We only have one full day at Apulit Island so time is of the essence! Gotta do what we gotta do, and this day turned out better than I had anticipated. Here’s our second day at the island.
Since we only have three days to spend, we spared no time and quickly got involved in one of the many activities on the island practically the moment we checked in. Here’s what we did the rest of our first day.
Palawan is called the Philippines’ “last frontier” and joins the ranks of “the best islands in the world” among travel websites and magazines these past few years. And so, when an opportunity to visit the province came, deciding was easy. And this would be one of my most epic getaways so far.
I was in the midst of covering the 2017 Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 Subic Bay when a lapse of judgment caused me to break my phone and lose my recently taken photos with it. Months later, I was able to revive my phone and was glad to recover the shots I thought would be lost…
We stayed at City Center Hotel for the latter half of our impromptu Baguio trip. This isn’t my first time to stay here so it’s a good chance to see what’s changed since then.
One of the hotels we stayed in during our impromptu Baguio trip is Casa Vallejo. This property dates back to 1909 so it has that “old world” charm that drew us to it. Here’s my review of the oldest hotel in Baguio City.
When you suddenly have a long weekend ahead of you, what do you do? Normally, I’d just catch some sleep but since the Labor Day weekend became unexpectedly longer, a quick getaway is in order.
Another reason why I enjoyed our trip to Bangkok is because of our hotel. With so many options to choose from, here’s why we picked Galleria 12 Sukhumvit as our home during our stay in the city.
Pad Thai is my favorite Thai dish and I wanted to conclude our trip by having some of the best Pad Thai in Bangkok. And I think we found it and that’s basically all we had time for on our last day in the city.
Our second (and last) full day in Thailand brought us all over Bangkok but the day’s highlight would definitely be the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, about 100 kilometers southwest of the capital. And here’s how our third day went.
Do you know that pedestrian overpass that links Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 with Newport City? Well, it has a name and it’s called Runway Manila and it’s now open! I had the chance to use it early this week and here’s my experience.
We didn’t have to go far from The Grand Palace to get to our next destination, Wat Pho or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. It is just behind the complex and it is a must-see Bangkok attraction.