one of the most awaited celebrations in the Philipines is the extravagant Pahiyas Festival in the town of Lucban, Quezon Province. the colorful thanksgiving is held every month of May in honor of the patron saint of the farmers, San Isidro Labrador.
my highschool girlfriends, all five of us, seldom have this bonding moment after graduation wherein all are present, worse when we were already working as we sometimes work on different shifts. so i decided to call them up; told them about this big announcement i can only tell at the beach on this particular day and only to … More When One Lies, The Group Goes to the Beach – Stilts, Calatagan, Batangas, Philippines
Iñaki: let’s go out of town. Nice: ok, where do you wanna go, i’ll try to plan. (i can’t plan, i don’t have the luxury of time to plan!) Iñaki: anywhere, i’ll handle all the expenses. call the HS rehab gang. Nice: woah, ok, i’ll plan. . Nurse Ira (to nice): you free this weekend? … More First-time Surfers @ La Union, Philippines
if you have spent most of your life in an urban community, then visiting Villa Escudero, approximately 2 hours from Manila (if the traffic jam gods are not against you. hehe. . :)), is a must. Showing off how rural lifestyle is what Villa Escudero all about.
the very reason of this unplanned beach trip last summer of 2010 is to spend quality t-i-m-e with him before his year long cruise in Europe (but dont expect you’ll see a photo of him here, haha!). We only had one weekend left that time so we target to hit the nearest non-commercialized beach from … More 1day Beach Hopping – Quezon Philippines
Vigan is one interesting place in the North. it makes me feel i live in a Philippine history book. .
it was summer of 2010 when i get to visit Ilocos Norte for the first time. . ~12 hours travel via commute route from Manila, Ilocos Norte is totally worth the numbing of your legs and butt. .