Beyond Sagada’s magnificent landscape, epic peaks and troughs, winding roads, adventure scene, creamsicle sunrises, and pet-friendly community hides a tiny stall selling locally crafted wine aged in clay jars. Sagada’s Wine Refilling Station is a fun quirk to return to, definitely.
Baguio’s one of the best spots to go on a food crawl. In fact, I filled up our itinerary with only two things: restaurants and markets. That’s about it.
Canto Bogchi Joint was our first order of business upon arriving in the City of Pines.
It was half past midnight when we arrived in Vietnam’s capital. A vibrant city of blinding lights, lush parks, French colonial buildings, and masses of fast-moving Vespas.
Little did we know that the start of our adventure would begin in a small, quiet alleyway that housed the quaint 70s-style apartment we would call home for the next couple of days.
Guilty, guilty, and… guilty!
Don’t hate the traveler, just laugh them off.
Warning: There may be too much –ings for your taste. The scenarios depicted are mere exaggerations to keep certain points in check. Unless they really did happen to you then wham, bam, thank you ma’am!
On our first Caraga Region road trip, we began by boarding a hot bus to take us from Surigao City to Lanuza, Surigao del Sur. We had an idea of what kind of ride we were in for but our expectations were blown out the dusty window the further south we got.
Did I say creepy? It’s a juxtaposition of sorts. Imagine a secret island with nothing but abandoned ruins. Elegant yet enigmatic with a religious shrine greeting you not far from shore. Tourist-filled afternoons are fine but what could be lurking about come nightfall?