With tears in my eyes and broken heart, I am adding Filipino cuisine to our “I would rather go hungry than eat this food again” list. Why? Here comes a long list of biggest disappointments…
Click here to find out all about Jeepney – most popular cheap transport option in the Philippines! Jeepney photos, Jeepney history, Jeepney cost, and more!
When you’ve just about seen it all, it can be hard to know where to go next! Try our selection of destinations for the traveling pros!
From all the plenty islands (Cebu, Bohol, Dumaguete) that we traveled in the Philippines, there is one that captured our wild travel hearts the most:
Siquijor (pronounced sicky whore), also known as the Island of Fire. Siquijor is the third smallest province of the Philippines and an island, that has it all.
Our main expenses when staying in Cebu – from accommodation to food and transport fees. Check out how affordable it could be to travel here!
5 reasons we did not enjoy our short stay in Pagudpud – starting from the weather and finishing with unfriendly locals. We were certainly unlucky people!
Our favourite snapshots of the Philippines – from Manila through Laoag to Banaue and Cebu. We tried to capture the happiness, sadness, simplicity, dynamism and poverty…
The Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras is an outstanding example of an evolved, living cultural landscape that can be traced as far back as two millennium ago in the pre-colonial Philippines. Check out our gallery to experience its beauty!
Life seems to be much better on the beach, right? Today’s post is all the palm trees, coconuts, golden sand and crystal clear sky. We are taking you to Alona beach, a small stretch of tropical paradise on Panglao Island, Bohol in the Philippines.
A brief overview of our expenses during a week of travels in the Philippines. The good news is that we managed to follow our $25 a day budget plan!
Our stay in the Philippines has just come to an end. Now it’s time to sum up our visit by saying what we liked and disliked.
Pack lite, travel far and live long – how we packed for a journey across the Philippines, Singapore and Indonesia.