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Go out. See how others live. Change perspectives.

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Cagayan Valley: The Nitty-Gritty

[...] off anywhere, it's a perfect excuse for a 12-hour long sleep. Where to Stay: In Palaui: Bayanihan Hall  Nothing beats homestays where one can experience living in a local community. When in [...]

Cagayan Valley: The Nitty-Gritty

[...] staying in Bayanihan Hall. Room rate is P200/head. If you plan to pitch tents, rate is P150/head for setting up tents [...]

Travel Time: 16 Hours to Palaui Island

[...] Verde, we signed up with the Coast Guard and got ourselves a guide who also led us to the Bayanihan Hall. Bayanihan  Hall We were welcomed by the homestay's most gracious caretaker, Charlie Acebedo. [...]

Tuguegarao: Hot and Humid Pancit Country

[...] proceeded to see the falls. The falls is easily reachable by a short 30-minute trek from the Bayanihan Hall. A few photos here and there then we made it back to San Vicente port. We decided to eat [...]

Travel Time: 16 Hours to Palaui Island

[...] , we scratched off Plan A. Plan B it is then! From the port, we hired a boat to take us to Punta Verde where the local fishing community in Palaui Island is situated.  Punta Verde is the jump-off [...]

Cagayan Valley: The Nitty-Gritty

[...] - Once you get to Sta. Ana, ride a tricycle bound to the port. At the pier, take the boat to Punta Verde, the jump-off point for trekking to the lighthouse. 11AM - Check in at Bayanihan Hall 12PM - [...]

Cagayan Valley: The Nitty-Gritty

[...] - Once you get to Sta. Ana, ride a tricycle bound to the port. At the pier, take the boat to Punta Verde, the jump-off point for trekking to the lighthouse. 11AM - Check in at Bayanihan Hall 12PM - [...]

Lessons from Long Weekends and Even Longer Bus Rides

[...] to take the elite floor seats.. for eight hours. What's your bus horror story? Photos by Aaron Arvin Manila [...]

Shakespeare in the Park

[...] course on Arts Appreciation. Have you always had an inclination to the arts? Photos by Aaron Arvin Manila. This post is part of the Singapore Series. [...]

Tinglayan, Kalinga: Sleeping Beauty, Tattoos, and Babkals

[...] or Bontoc. Francis Pa-in- Kalinga Guide- Contact him at 0915.769.0843 **Superb photos by Aaron Arvin Manila. [...]

Lessons from Long Weekends and Even Longer Bus Rides

[...] to take the elite floor seats.. for eight hours. What's your bus horror story? Photos by Aaron Arvin Manila [...]

Manila: Seeing the City in a New Light

[...] tells us that our geography dictates our destiny. That was one great insight that I got from Carlos Celdran's Walk This Way Intramuros Tour. The walking tour is a great way of introducing Manila [...]

Manila: Seeing the City in a New Light

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Silay City Walking Tour

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The Obligatory New Year Post

[...] Quarter: Then came July, armed with a nice weekend spent in the heart of Manila. Seeing Carlos Celdran doing what he does best paired up with an al fresco dinner with a sweeping panoramic [...]

Fang-Od, The Art of Traditional Inking, and Chickening Out

[...] naming the largest falls I saw as Ruby falls. No-brainer 'no? By the time we walked along the rice terraces and saw people harvesting the grains, we knew we were nearing the village. It took us two [...]

My Mojo, Chinese New Year, and Miri

[...] . It was a joy telling people stories about Fang-od, the traditional Kalinga tattoo artist, rice terraces, and the lush and cool mountains up north. A few minutes before the clock struck 12, I headed [...]

My Mojo, Chinese New Year, and Miri

[...] . It was a joy telling people stories about Fang-od, the traditional Kalinga tattoo artist, rice terraces, and the lush and cool mountains up north. A few minutes before the clock struck 12, I headed [...]

Sagada and The Double Rainbow High

[...] on the way to the town proper, I was already swept away by the amazing view of pine trees and rice terraces. At The Lemon Pie House Two years later, in the summer of 2010, I planned a trip with my [...]

Tinglayan, Kalinga: Sleeping Beauty, Tattoos, and Babkals

[...] to finally meet the famed mambabatok. How to Get to Tinglayan: 1. Board a bus to Tabuk. (via Victory Liner in Kamias) 2. From Tabuk, ride a bus or jeepney bound to Tinglayan or Bontoc. Francis Pa-in- [...]

Lessons from Long Weekends and Even Longer Bus Rides

[...] all started with a plan to go to Kalinga with a new friend we've met at Batad. I called Victory Liner a day prior to the long weekend and the representative said that there were plenty of [...]

Tinglayan, Kalinga: Sleeping Beauty, Tattoos, and Babkals

[...] to finally meet the famed mambabatok. How to Get to Tinglayan: 1. Board a bus to Tabuk. (via Victory Liner in Kamias) 2. From Tabuk, ride a bus or jeepney bound to Tinglayan or Bontoc. Francis Pa-in- [...]

Cagayan Valley: The Nitty-Gritty

[...] I'm certain we almost did not push through because of the long lines at the terminal. Luckily, Victory Liner now has an online booking and reservation system for trips to Tuguegarao. Several airlines [...]

Guilty Splurge Series: Can't Stop Spending in Hoi An

[...] rain to make the most of our time, but in the end we succumbed to another inviting restaurant at Le Loi. For dinner, we chose Streets. It might be that Miss Ly's was too high of a standard because I [...]

Saigon Walking Tour

[...] to get a better map, we roamed along the streets until we made it into the Dong Khoi Area, along Le Loi Street. For 15000 VND we finally got ourselves a nice street map of Vietnam. Nevermind that we [...]

Saigon On My Mind

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Saigon Walking Tour

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Saigon On My Mind

[...] and not take any form of transportation for the day. We first ventured into the streets near Pham Ngu Lao, the backpackers area, to find some decent place to exchange money but were surprised to find [...]

Saigon Walking Tour

[...] breakfast from Saigon Backpackers Hostel. First we ventured into the backstreets near Pham Ngu Lao to find a decent foreign exchange but believe the travel forums when they tell you to go [...]

Saigon Walking Tour

[...] the free breakfast from Saigon Backpackers Hostel. First we ventured into the backstreets near Pham Ngu Lao to find a decent foreign exchange but believe the travel forums when they tell you to go [...]

Saigon On My Mind

[...] any form of transportation for the day.  We first ventured into the streets near Pham Ngu Lao, the backpackers area, to find some decent place to exchange money but were surprised to [...]

My Mojo, Chinese New Year, and Miri

[...] In an attempt to get my mojo back, I impulsively bought bus tickets from Brunei to Miri in Sarawak, Malaysia for this year's Chinese New Year weekend. Rewind to [...]

My Mojo, Chinese New Year, and Miri

[...] In an attempt to get my mojo back, I impulsively bought bus tickets from Brunei to Miri in Sarawak, Malaysia for this year's Chinese New Year weekend. Rewind to [...]

Travel Time: 16 Hours to Palaui Island

[...] no trouble catching sleep on the bus so the 13-hour trip was not a biggie. Scoring the bus tickets proved to be a challenge though. The lines in Victory Liner were too long 2 weeks before [...]

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Cagayan Valley: The Nitty-Gritty

[...] off anywhere, it's a perfect excuse for a 12-hour long sleep. Where to Stay: In Palaui: Bayanihan Hall  Nothing beats homestays where one can experience living in a local community. When in [...]

Cagayan Valley: The Nitty-Gritty

[...] staying in Bayanihan Hall. Room rate is P200/head. If you plan to pitch tents, rate is P150/head for setting up tents [...]

Travel Time: 16 Hours to Palaui Island

[...] Verde, we signed up with the Coast Guard and got ourselves a guide who also led us to the Bayanihan Hall. Bayanihan  Hall We were welcomed by the homestay's most gracious caretaker, Charlie Acebedo. [...]

Tuguegarao: Hot and Humid Pancit Country

[...] proceeded to see the falls. The falls is easily reachable by a short 30-minute trek from the Bayanihan Hall. A few photos here and there then we made it back to San Vicente port. We decided to eat [...]

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