What is Mizu? In Japanese, it literally means “water.” Why a restaurant offering delectable sushi and sashimi be named that? Well, I can only guess. Here’s my theory: Mizu is a fish-focused restaurant (the restaurant serves creatures that come from water). I tried to search for the history of the restaurant’s name via their official website […]
Aguinid Falls in Samboan may not be the largest, most awe-inspiring waterfall in Cebu yet it’s definitely worth seeing especially if you’re already in Oslob, South Cebu. Make this side-trip and you’ll have great stories to bring home.
Maybe it’s the traveler’s mistake. Maybe it’s the local’s mistake. When visiting a popular tourist destination like Sumilon Island during summer season, here’s a quick story that can lessen your disappointment.
Would I recommend Microtel UP Technohub hotel? Quick answer: Yes. Be sure to check the swimming pool located at the roof deck and don’t miss your free breakfast as the buffet spread is quite good. If you set your expectations right, I believe your stay will be as splendid as ours.
Siquijor has long sparked my fascination for the supernatural. With its folk healing festivals, odd inn names, and potions sold as souvenirs, curious tourists (like me and Neil) wanted to see what it’s really like. So we decided it was time we visit Siquijor. Hope this rough guide works for you.
It was our second day in Siquijor. Trying to forget my cowardice at Salagdoong Beach, I was secretly hoping I could face the challenge in Cambugahay Falls. Known for its enchanting three-level waterfalls and must-do vine-swinging, I was super excited…
Cliff-diving is synonymous to coolness.
As I watched Neil take another plunge from a 35-feet-high diving platform in Salagdoong Beach (Siquijor), I sighed.
Why does he have to be effortlessly cool?