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Mitzi Ilagan | PinoyTrekker.com After a few minutes of meditation inside your room, you have decided that you need to go soul-searching. The problem is, you have nothing: no company, no large budget, no plans, no idea. But nowadays, backpacking has become a thing. What is it, anyway? Backpacking is a low-cost form of travel wherein you'd have to bring your materials...
By: Ana Margarita Olar| Pinoytrekker.com Engaging on a road trip is a unique way to regain your sense of freedom. You're free from stress, free from your routine, and you are a free spirit. To make your road trip experience more convenient, here are some essentials that you should bring along: SNACK AND FLUIDS You don't want to spoil a road trip...
By: Ana Margarita Olar | Pinoytrekker.com Renting a car may seem a convenient way to travel when you don't have your own vehicle. Yes, using a rental car can provide comfortable travel. You may think that the renting process is straightforward and without hidden charges. There are hesitations and questions. Do I need to pay to refuel the car? Do I...
Ana Margarita Olar | PinoyTrekker.com Summer has ended and rainy season is here. Downpours, cold and dark environment brings out a gloomy feeling. Some prefer to stay at the comfort of home. But for adventurers and thrill seekers, it doesn’t mean missing out all the fun that the rainy day has to offer. There are many places and many activities...
without Social Media
Mitzi Ilagan | PinoyTrekker.com As a millennial, I wouldn't deny being too hooked with updating my social media accounts wherever I go. Whether it's checking in on Swarm about my whereabouts, posting stories on Instagram as I head to another burger joint, or tweeting simple rants about public transportation, a day just wouldn't pass by without social media. But here's a...
Visit in Batanes
Ana Margarita Olar | Pinoytrekker.com We often hear Batanes on the news. The weatherman made an impression to me that Batanes is an island that typhoon loves to visit. But, today Batanes is becoming the top list most-visited island in the Philippines. If Batanes is on your bucket list, here are the amazing spots that you should not miss: Imnajbu Road Cliff Imnajbu is the...
try at tanauan
Patricia Aleckzandra | PinoyTrekker The Philippines is administratively divided into 81 provinces (Filipino: lalawigan). These, together with the National Capital Region, are further subdivided into cities (Filipino: lungsod) and municipalities (Filipino: bayan). Cities are classified into three categories: highly urbanized cities, independent component cities, and component cities. Baguio is considered as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Bacolod is PH’s City of Smiles, the Queen City...
Glamping=glamorous+camping Remember the good ol' days when we had to log into our Facebook accounts every four hours because we had to harvest apples? The hype from Facebook's Farmville may have died, but there's this hidden gem in Batangas which will make it seem like living inside our "farms". Located in Brgy. Iba, Taal, Batangas is a 3.5-hectare, which is likely...
By: Ana Margarita Olar| Pinoytrekker.com Not all people are adventurous enough to try mountain climbing. But if you are willing to try but still hesitant, here are some reasons to push through with mountain climbing: PHYSICAL AND MENTAL WORKOUT: Climbing a mountain challenges you not only physically but mentally as well. We all know that a proper physical workout has overall benefits...
Dinagat
Famished and wet, we trudged our way out of thick rows of passengers disembarking at San Jose port. All coming from Surigao del Norte, we braved ferocious waves, but above all, the thought of being stranded at sea, due to monsoon-led rains. In a silly effort to save pesos, we began tackling the steep incline leading to the Dinagat Tourism Office, an 11-kilo...

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