Negros and Cebu Islands, Philippines — Two Girls RTW

Island hopping off Negros and Cebu islands

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Batangas, Philippines: Eagle Point Beach Resort —

This post is long due. Together with my family, we went to our very first vacation last March. It sure ain’t easy when you have to match everyone’s schedule – primary school student, polytechnic students and working adults. Special thanks to our gorgeous friends, KC, Madam Shee and Mike (Yes Mike, gorgeous ka rin. Pak!) […]

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Memoirs of Summer P1: Bantayan Island – Cebu — The Public Commuter

The last time I went to the Queen City of the South was last October 2015 when I traveled to Japan. Cebu is one of the Philippines’ major hubs, with direct flights to almost all major cities in Asia. But over the years, whenever I go to Cebu, I always settle in the city, which […]

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10 days for Cebu + Bohol + Panglao + Apo island — sLOVEnians travel

We weren’t very well prepared for our Philippines trip, as planning such a long journey (it’s our 8th month on the road already) isn’t always possible and we are also tired of it. Still, we had an amazing time on these islands and we we’ll come back, for sure. We want to tell you what […]

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Bohol Guide for Solo Travelers – Itinerary and Expenses — Katy Goes Places

One of the items in my loooong bucket list was to travel solo and I badly wanted to tick it off this year so one lazy day in the office, I booked a one-way ticket to Bohol (one-way ’cause I’m going to Cebu with my friends afterwards). I only stayed in Bohol for 2 days […]

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South Cebu: Gentle Giants — rayzean’s sweet escape

Oslob whale shark watching is a fast growing tourist destination in the Southern part of Cebu. Cebu City is starting to grow and to develop and so as a result, traffic is getting heavier so better start travelling as early as possible. Oslob whale shark watching is a 2-3hrs drive form the main city of Cebu so better start travelling before the sun rises.

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