Awesome Road Trip with Friends in Cebu
No maps. No heavy bags. Just enough cash for fuel, food, water, and unexpected detours. All four roadtrippers have but one thing in common: an itch for adventure.
Losing To A Million Sardines
This is a story of how we lost a bet and won something priceless.
Catching Up With Friends at Pinamungahan's Quaint Resort
Even in the start of the 'ber' months, I couldn’t stop myself from travelling far down Cebu. After all, it has been centuries since my friends and I planned for this short getaway to Mitch’s resthouse in Pinamungahan...
Blissful Encounter with the Blue Water and Bewitching Island of Boracay
I have always longed to breathe the air of new places. And now I took the opportunity to pack my bags and fly somewhere I haven’t been to: Boracay.
Pescador's Picturesque Marine Life
Fifteen island trotters took the plunge and found themselves riveted by the view of Pescador's sprawling beauties nestling deep beneath its turquoise waters.
5 Fabulous Pinay Mom Travel Bloggers to Follow
It's Mother's Day so island trotters Issa and Neil honor these five fabulous Pinay mom wanderers and writers who immensely inspire us with their adventures and mishaps.
Emancipated by Ethereal El Nido
I sometimes fancy that my story might prove useful to a few or at least entertaining to some of you - but I’m scarcely competent to judge.
Bantayan is a Verb!
I can fill your head with so many praises about this place, and you’ll still decide to stay on your couch for a movie marathon. So we’ll go easy on the adjectives, and head straight to your Bantayan list of Things to Do.
Bantayan Island- Where You Can be Both Selfish and Selfless
Bantayan’s endless sunshine begins to show up, now get up! Cotton clouds adorn the deep blue sky, go see them! Fine, powdery white sand beach awaits your feet, The crystal clear water is now perfect for a skinny dip!
Why I’ll ‘Come Again’ to Camiguin
'I should be quite content if I owned a hut and a little plot of land in Camiguin where your father and I could retire,' my mother’s thoughts exactly. She repeats this reverie loudly whether or not she finds a willing listener.
Go Pro Hero 3: A True Story
Friends and acquaintances gasp as soon as they set their eyes on a tiny yet mighty water-proof camera. But here’s the real story behind this fascinating gizmo.
Sunset View in Durhans White Beach Resort, Tabuelan
When Yolanda (Typhoon Haiyan) ravaged Cebu, Leyte and some parts of Samar, tourist-worthy spots severely suffered. Typhoon survivors are still busy rebuilding their abodes. Town leaders are doing their utmost to regain a sense of normalcy and revive the tourism industry.