The Ultimate Philippines Travel Packing Checklist

The Ultimate Philippines Travel Packing Checklist

This is a guest post from Travels with a Hobo 7,107 – the number of islands that make up the Philippines. Its vast archipelago is rich in culture, heritage, adventure, biodiversity, and unique experiences that make traveling to my home country a unique...
A Two-Week Itinerary for The Philippines

A Two-Week Itinerary for The Philippines

UPDATED: 4/2017 The Philippines is moving on up on the places to visit in  Southeast  Asia,  but trust me, it’s not there yet.  It’s still a bit under the radar compared to its neighbors. Fortunately, this means it’s a great time to visit. The Philippines is...
My Experience, Advice and Tips for the Philippines

My Experience, Advice and Tips for the Philippines

Here are some tips for the Philippines which will help you explore the country better.   I completed a month of travel in the Philippines and a glorious month it was! The only bad news: It wasn’t long enough, but isn’t this always the case? Yes, yes it is....
Sagada: Chillin Out to Extreme Caving to Hanging Coffins…?!

Sagada: Chillin Out to Extreme Caving to Hanging Coffins…?!

  [adsenseyu2]   Oh Sagada…. How I love you. What an adorable and charming little village. I think I love this spot so much because it reminds of Pai in Thailand except on an even smaller scale. One little road was all it was. It seems like nothing special...
Exploring the Rice Terraces of Banaue and Batad

Exploring the Rice Terraces of Banaue and Batad

      Most will think I’m really stupid for coming here… I was already in Manila earlier in my Philippines trip, so if I was coming to this region, north of Manila, I should have done it already. But I didn’t. I had so many things on my list, I...
Siquijor Island: Crazy Bike Rides and a Witch Hunt

Siquijor Island: Crazy Bike Rides and a Witch Hunt


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  Siquijor is known for its witchcraft, spookiness, and shamans, you wouldn’t know it from first glance. We read about it, but otherwise it’s just another island! Since we were arriving super late, we booked a super cheap room on Agoda.com. After getting...
Panglao: Following Locals and a Surprise Detour

Panglao: Following Locals and a Surprise Detour


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  So Panglao was nothing special, then it turned to something special, and VERY random. Here’s what happened:   The dude at the restaurant climbed this tree…And then served me my fresh coconut juice…     From our place at Nuts Huts on Bohol, we...

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