Anthony Jay Andrada | PinoyTrekker The cold weather that embraces me and the beautiful faces of the people make me want to go up in north... again. It is my third time already in Baguio, but let me tell you how I fell in love deeper with my last visit there. Last March, we went up with some few friends who’re...
By Aimee Shaw Air New Zealand has announced it will fly direct to the capital of the Philippines, Manila, starting from December. The latest expansion to its Pacific Rim network will see the year round service operate three times a week using a Boeing 767-300 aircraft, with a flight time of 10 and a half hours each way. Air New Zealand Chief...
By Nadj Villaver, Negosentro.com | Want to get a quick spree from hustle bustle of city life? There’s a perfect weekend beach getaway for you. Don’t worry! You don’t need to book a flight. Just three to four hours from Metro Manila ,you’ll reach Anawangin Cove. Located in San Antonio, Zambales, this crescent-shaped cove is the most accessible from the...
By Nadj Villaver, Negosentro.com | If you love nature, white sand and crystal clear waters, you definitely should add Calaguas Island to your travel bucket list! This picturesque spot is perfect for Valentine's, anniversary, holidays, weekend or any day getaway for two or for the whole group! I’ve been to some of the islands in Caramoan, Camarnies Sur but Calaguas Island...
By Nadj Villaver, Negosentro.com | When you’re travelling to Bicol region, the first class municipality of Daet, Camarines Norte will welcome you. Considered as the gateway to Bicol Region, Daet is 350 kilometres from Manila and can be reached seven to eight hours by land travel. In 2014, Daet, which serves as the commercial and government center of Camarines Norte,...
By Nadj Villaver, Negosentro.com | Known to be as the “Heart of Bicol”, Naga City is not just geographically located at the center of the Bicol Region, but it is also the top destination choice of travellers visiting the region. Whether you’re a pilgrim or a tourist ready to explore the whole peninsula, “an maogmang lugar” (the happy place) can take...
By Homerun Nievera, MyTagaytay.com | It was during my 5th grade in Don Bosco Makati did I first encounter the Lighthouse in Calatagan, Batangas. I was then a member of our school’s Junior Aspirants’ Club which was known as a stepping stone to the priesthood. We had a field trip to Calatagan and in one of our walks on the beach,...
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