Underground River of Palawan - Puerto Princesa

Posted in Travel & Recreation on June 26, 2014
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The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park (Underground River) is one of the World Heritage Sites in the Philippines that you shouldn’t miss. With its astonishing rock formations and clear waters, you’ll easily get fascinated by the astonishing view it has. Puerto Princesa is located in the province of Palawan where is known to be Read More »

Caramoan Island is the Secluded Paradise in Philippines

Posted in Travel & Recreation on June 25, 2014
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Ever wonder how would it feel to have a place where you can make your great escape? Someplace like a hidden paradise where everything is veiled with untouched beauty of nature? Would you believe that there’s that kind of place in the Philippines? Yes, you read it right. Caramoan is a secluded and almost untouched Read More »

The Parrot’s Peak in Mt. Pico de Loro

Posted in Travel & Recreation on June 24, 2014
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Hiking and trekking up to a great mountain top is sure an extremely fun thing to do. This is especially true if you’re with your good old buddies. It’s also a definite plus if you’re going up a mountain with a jaw-dropping view even if you’re still not on top. If you’re a mountain climbing Read More »

The Hanging Coffins of Sagada

Posted in Travel & Recreation on June 23, 2014
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We are all familiar with the burying of the dead through digging up a 6-feet hole in the ground that has a Hanging Coffins of Sagada. But have you heard or are you familiar with the hanging coffins? There is this small minority group in the Philippines that does this ritual to their departed loved Read More »

The Seven Churches Visitation

Posted in Culture & Tradition on June 20, 2014
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The Seven Churches Visitation also known asVisita Iglesia is popular in the Philippines during Lenten season specifically every Maundy Thursdays. It’s a practice where groups of people try to visit at least seven different churches in the country. They make sure that they pay homage to the patrons of each of these churches that they Read More »

Sunken Cemetery in Camiguin Island

Posted in Travel & Recreation on June 17, 2014
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Swimming Souls Sunken Cemetery in Camiguin Island. We are all familiar with cemeteries where we bury our departed loved ones. The dreaded six feet deep burrow which serves as the final destination for our biological body. What if it’s beyond six feet and what if it’s not on solid ground? There’s this one popular cemetery Read More »

Taal Volcano - volcano lake

Posted in Travel & Recreation on June 15, 2014
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Have you ever heard of a volcano with a lake in the middle? Well, it’s definitely only in the Philippines. The Taal Volcano is a one of its kind. Instead of hot moulting lava that is spouting in the center, a cool blue lake has taken over. It is also being considered as one of Read More »

Filipino Characteristics

Posted in Culture & Tradition on June 14, 2014
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Filipino Characteristics .The Filipino people are one of a kind. The little brown man as the other nationalities would say has a characteristic that separates them from other nations. It is their genuine hearts and passion and love for their country. A love and compassion that nothing even great storms can destroy. We already knew Read More »