The past four months have been challenging for all of us. Not only it brings stressors in our lives, but, created so much fear that makes things even harder. For people who are used to go out and love socializing, this pandemic is a nightmare. Even if you are a homebody, this crisis will still […]Read more "What to do during a pandemic?"
Today was held the grandest and largest folk dance in Sorsogon called “Pantomina“. The dance is all about love and courtship which is being showcased during the Kasanggayahan festival for the whole month of October. Every activity is colorful, exciting and different which is worth watching. This year’s “Pantomina sa Tinampo” was lead by Gov.Chiz […]Read more "Sorsogon bags the Guiness World Record for the largest folk dance"
Among the most visited places in the beautiful Philippine country, the Province of Bicol stands out as a must-see region. The province is popular with tourists for its beautiful beaches, impressive waterfalls, watching of white sharks, and its famous Mayon Volcano. The tourism industry is supported not only by the beauty of the landscape and the […]Read more "Top 10 Best Bicolano Foods"
Singapore is a fast-paced sovereign city-state in Southeast Asia. I dreamed of visiting this place for a long time, and with my friend’s encouragement, we booked our flight to Singapore via Cebu Pacific Airlines. It’s a trip we planned for a long time, yet, we never had a chance to talk about because everyone […]Read more "OUR WONDERFUL TRIP TO SINGAPORE"
As I sit back and rest myself to a bamboo chair under this old yet cool nipa hut, I begin to experience the peace and calmness of the place. My mind was put at a calming mode, feeling the warmth, and the sounds of the waves from the blue-green untouched beach of my childhood days. […]Read more "A SHORT SWING IN SORSOGON"
For few days of browsings my news feed, I saw a lot of people posting and sharing their experiences to this place and I remember the day I’ve visited this small and quiet place that I truly enjoyed. Sumlang lake is located in Camalig Albay, and this is becoming famous not only to locals but to […]Read more "Sumlang Lake"
Imagine yourself walking with your loved ones in a cobblestone walkway surrounded by houses with a taste of Spanish and modern architectural designs. Imagine yourself cruising in a river with your best of friends and taking breathtaking photos having modern historical hotels in your background. I know it’s hard to imagine these things, however, these […]Read more "Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar"
Mayon Volcano also is known as “Mount Mayon” or “Bulkang Mayon”. It is famous not only because it’s an active stratovolcano but because of its perfect cone shape which everyone in the world admires most. Bulkang Mayon is part of the Pacific Ring of Fire and located in the province of Albay in Bicol Region […]Read more "Mayon Volcano"
Chocolate hills and tarsiers made me wanted to visit Bohol as well as the thrill and adventures along Panglao beach. I’ve been everywhere in the Philippines, and Bohol and Cebu are the two popular cities that triggered my wanderlust and itchy feet this time. So what are the most fun and thrilling things I did […]Read more "Things to do in Bohol Philippines"
I wanted to share inspiring wanderlust quotes that I’ve read from books, the internet, and other sources. These quotes inspired me to do more adventures and see the most beautiful places that I’ve only seen on postcards and Instagram. These quotes are the reasons why I fell deeply in love with photography, voyage, and mother […]Read more "10 INSPIRING Travel Quotes"
One of the most memorable spots in Coron Palawan where I love to watch the sunrise and sunset is Mount Tapyas. Mt. Tapyas is one of the highest points of Coron Palawan. The giant metal cross serves as a landmark that can be seen day and night because it is brightly lit. It has 700+ stairs steps and handrails all […]Read more "Mount Tapyas"
If there will be a place that I would like to go back to, it will be El Nido Palawan. I’ve shown you some of my travels and adventures for 2016, which includes Hongkong, Boracay, Zambales, Bicol, Coron, etc…but, I never posted the first adventure I’ve made in January of 2016 which triggered my wanderlust […]Read more "El Nido Palawan"
A few months ago, I shared some tips on our #swiss weekend getaway. Our wonderful experience from Crosswinds Swiss Resort made us want to come back sooner. But since our #squad are looking for other beautiful places that we can share with you guys, we decided to visit a place that gives a #Hollandfeels experience. […]Read more "The Greenery"
2016 Happy Rabbit Travels #2016bestnine photos. Thank you guys for appreciating my work. More travels and adventures will be posted soon. Happy New Year everyone!Read more "2016 Best Nine Photos"
“No one realizes how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old, familiar pillow.” –Lin Yutang Lin Yutang has been true to his words. Have you ever felt that way after your travel and getaway? Writing this article made me think of the things that I did […]Read more "Top 10 – Things to do in Coron Palawan"
Recently, I had another staycation with my best of friends. It’s already becoming a habit of our circle to have staycation every quarter. Though we had several choices of hotels, we all agreed to go to Crosswinds Resort Suites this time. We get a one bedroom suite and book the deal from the Deal Grocer. […]Read more "CROSSWINDS RESORT SUITE TAGAYTAY"
I hope you enjoyed the Part I of my first solo travel. I know I promise to tell you everything about the second part of the trip I made. So here it is guys 🙂 PART II – CORON, PALAWAN Palawan is famous not only here in the Philippines but in all parts of the world. So […]Read more "Coron : My First Solo Travel (Part II)"
The 21st of July marked my first solo travel. I was thrilled and excited for the trip yet also a bit anxious and nervous at the same time. I know that I’m used to traveling with companions, either with siblings or with friends. My friends thought I was crazy and some did not believe I […]Read more "Boracay : My First Solo Travel (Part I)"
“Sometimes the best vacation is staycation” It’s true that when we grow older and get a stable job, we have less time meeting our best of friends. They also have their jobs and priorities; what’s used to be a daily meet up becomes weekly, monthly, quarterly and annually. Every person has their pals, best friends […]Read more "F1 HOTEL MANILA"
Hi everyone! Happy Rabbit Travels is now live on Instagram. In line with this, I’m inviting you all to follow my journey and adventure. All the wonderful and beautiful places I’ve been will be featured in my account. Leave your username on my Instagram post. Follow me, comment here including your blog sites. I will follow anyone […]Read more "Happy Rabbit Travels on Instagram! Comment your username and will follow. "
I’m not getting old…I’m getting better. These are the lines that I keep repeating to myself. Today adds another year for me to celebrate life. Another year to celebrate with friends and dear loved ones. Another year where I can dream and pray for a better relationship, better health and better tomorrow. I know people […]Read more "It’s my birthday!"
I know I haven’t met you yet but I know I have known you in my past life. I know our paths have crossed already…maybe I was just busy building my career and my life that I let you passed me by. Crazy! Insane! Yes possibly I am into it already, but I won’t give […]Read more "Dear Future Travel Buddy"
If you’re a woman and you plan to go solo for travel, what are the things you have to consider? Recently, I took a two weeks time off. Two weeks of vacation with no plans, no itineraries and no friends and siblings with me. Two weeks of my first-time solo travel that made so much […]Read more "Solo Travel Tips for Women"
For the past few months, I felt that I’ve lost my spirit in writing. I felt like there’s a need to pause and think of the ways to boost my confidence in writing.I know there’s a need for me to reflect and think of what makes me run out of words and stories. It’s not […]Read more "Take a break, breathe and write"
Sorsogon is not just a province or city that I can call, it’s my home. To give you an idea, SORSOGON is a province in the Philippines located in Bicol Region (Region V). It has 14 small towns, 1 city, and 541 barangays. The people of Sorsogon are called Sorsogueños. The spoken languages are Bicol, Tagalog, Sorsoganon, […]Read more "TOP 10 REASONS WHY I LOVE SORSOGON"
I and my siblings decided to go to Zambales for two days and one night. We picked Zambales not only because it’s convenient but because it offers a lot of activities and adventures besides its well-known beaches. It is located in the Central Luzon region of the Philippines, and it only takes 3-4 hours to […]Read more "Anawangin, Capones Island and Pundaquit Beach"
I went to Pinto Art Museum with my friend Gege. I always wanted to see this place as I’ve heard that this is a must visit place…so I did. We decided to meet at 10:00 in the morning at Farmers Cubao Quezon City since the FX Terminal going to Antipolo is there. We ride a […]Read more "Travel Guide: Pinto Art Museum"
Subic Beach is one of the places that I always love to go back. I was 10 years old when I first visited this place and though very young, I have never forgotten it. Subic beach is found at Calintaan Island of Matnog Sorsogon. Matnog is a third class municipality of Sorsogon, which is part […]Read more "Travel Guide: Subic Beach Matnog Sorsogon"
Hong Kong is simply an extraordinary place to visit. In this city, one may enjoy the modern and ancient life without leaving the city. It has several attractions which include; shops, museums, parks, beach, island and temples. When I visited Hong Kong for the first time, I made sure that I’m ready. Being ready physically, […]Read more "Travel Guide: First Time in Hong Kong"
Mt. Daraitan is near the border of Tanay Rizal and General Nakar, Quezon. Attractions include river, spring, cave, mountains and limestone formation. The barangay has proper management of handling visitors and they provide trained local tour guides for every group of climbers. Based on Pinoy Mountaineer description, “the hike up is a straightforward 600-meter […]Read more "Mt. Daraitan + Tinipak River Dayhike"
Did you ever experience longing for long-gone moments? I bet you do, we all do… and as I’m writing this, I recall all the memories in Boracay that made me happy and unhappy at the same time. Memories that made me want to re-experience those past events as they already left a mark in my […]Read more "Boracay: Nostalgia Moments"
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is one of the most awe-inspiring and absorbing historical sites that I’ve been. Not only because it’s superb but also it gave us an educational experience. The tour guides are outstanding and they provided us the backstory of every house built in this park. Our tour guide was so great […]Read more "Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar : 2016"
While I was running on a Sunday afternoon, I saw the beautiful sun rays reflected on the trees. I stopped from running and just watch these amazing view in front of me. I’m not sure if people noticed it because it seems like everyone is busy doing their thing. People come to this […]Read more "Photographs: UP Oval"
Mount Samat Shrine is one of the highlights of our tour. It is located in Pilar, a town in the Province of Bataan. We are thankful that we have the van, we no longer need to walk to see it. When we reached the park, we noticed that some people are having picnics, some are […]Read more "Trip to Mount Samat Shrine"
After our hot-air balloon experience, we’re still excited because we will go ahead with the second part of our tour. I actually don’t have an idea of the next destination as I haven’t search it on google. My friends told me that we’re heading to Bataan to see the Mount Samat Shrine. Kuya Harry organized […]Read more "Why you should go to Bataan Tourism Center?"
Last Saturday, February 13, I went to Clark Pampanga to see the Hot Air Balloon Festival with my closest college buddies. It’s actually the 20th Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta and it’s a four-day event from February 11 to 14. The event will showcase the talent and passion of the pilots from all over […]Read more "2016 Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta"
If you’re looking for a place to cool-off, a place that’s near Manila and a place to ponder, then, go to Baguio. It is considered as the “Summer Capital of the Philippines” and the “City of Pines” located in the Province of Benguet. I’ve been to Baguio for a couple of times and I always […]Read more "Baguio: The Sweet Escape"
Zambales brought me into its hidden paradise. No doubt why people visit this one amazing province in Central Luzon. If you want to see more of this breathtaking site, check out my the previous post about Anawangin, Capones Island and Pundaquit Beach. Before you start your trip to Zambales, see first the guide, activities, tips […]Read more "Budget Travel Guide: Anawangin, Capones Island and Pundaquit Beach"