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Places, faces and little things that I love around Pinas.

Denn Alejandrino
Bangui Wind Mills Ilocos Norte, Philippines The wind was so strong, the waves were twice the height of a human, and the sand were prickly, but we enjoyed every minute of this adventure Ilocos Norte Philippines, Philippines Beaches, Philippines Travel, Vigan Philippines, King Travel, Travel Log, Beautiful Places To Visit, Places To See, Beautiful Beaches

Cebu vs. Ilocos

Three months and a week left until our 6th Anniversary and I'm still undecided where to celebrate it. When it comes to stuff like this, Jhay...

Swim with Whale Sharks ~ fishing village of Donsol. Interacting with Butanding, also known as the gentle giant, is an exhilarating adventure. The waters of Donsol are your best bet to spot these gigantic blue-grey spotted creatures. Riviera Maya, Cozumel, Cancun Mexico, Holbox Island Mexico, Swimming With Whale Sharks, Excursion, Wale, Roatan, Summer Pictures

Ten Things to Do in Sorsogon

Visit the “Switzerland of the Orient” located at the southernmost tip of Luzon and explore its abundant natural tourist attractions. The province of Sorsogon in Bicol Region is a prime eco-tourist destination offering pristine beaches, unexplored caves, numerous waterfalls, national parks, marine reserve and more. Here is a list of some of the things you can do and see to help you plan your next visit in the province. Sunset at Donsol 1. Swim with the Whale Sharks Experience a one of a kind…

Kalesa. Philippines Culture, Island Nations, The Republic, Archipelago, Pinoy, Manila, Southeast Asia, Horses, Spanish Colonial

Kalesa

A Kalesa is a horse-drawn carriage used to be one of the main modes of transportation in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial period. Introduced in the 18th century, the Kalesa are mainly used by the Illustrator, senior officials and nobles, are the only ones who can afford to ride the cars at the time. The Kalesa is made of a wooden cart with a roof, usually made of steel. There are two round wheels, one on each side. Two rows of seats with seating for four passengers. Kalesa Today…

Rice terrace fields of Banaue, Phillipines Baguio Philippines, Philippines Tourism, Manila Philippines, Banaue Rice Terraces, Baguio City, Exotic Beaches, Enjoy The Sunshine, Tourist Spots, Natural Wonders

The majestic Banaue Rice Terraces carved by the hands of the Ifugao’s and dubbed as the “Eight Wonder of the World,”. The Banaue Rice Terraces start from the base of the mountain range and reach up to several thousand feet high. It is said that their length, put end to end, would encircle half of the globe. Made 2,000 years ago, these rice terraces manifest the engineering skill and ingenuity of the sturdy Ifugao’s.