What is it about the Philippines that makes it different from the rest of the world? Well, for one thing, it is all about our culture. Here are things you should know about Filipino culture that sets them apart from any other nation. Like everywhere else in the world, it has positives and negatives. But hey, let’s focus on the positive, okay?
Philippines ‘ climate is not always as spectacular as it appears on postcards. As a foreigner, you might wonder when is the best time to visit the Philippines? Well…
Ugong Rock Palawan, it was a hot humid day, but damn it was worth the climb. Most of our group wimped out of the zipline but not us…
Things to do in Coron Palawan – Most of Palawan is still untouched and not yet commercialized, making Coron a great place to visit…
Aussie slang words can both confuse and amuse. Learn these Australian slang words and phrases and you’ll feel at home on your first day Down Under.
Moving to Australia –There is nothing better than the Australian weather, other than the beaches, the nightlife, the people, the accent, etc… (LOL) The golden beaches, the blue skies, and especially the pure chillness and relaxation that covers Australia – truly a place to dream of. But, that’s not all that Australia has to offer.
Brisbane City’s spectacular scenery and pleasant locals have been the draw-card for many domestic and international visitors, making Brisbane the fastest-growing city in Australia. In November 2014 the city hosted the G-20 summit, attracting thousands of media, delegates, and security staff.
It is best visited during low tide so you’ll be able to see the entire island. Due to the sun directly shining on its powdery cream-colored sand, this looks like a dessert in the middle of the sea.
Palawan’s Cowrie Island, part of our Honda Bay Island Hopping trip, is named after the brightly-shelled mollusks which residents said thrive in the area.
Starfish Island Palawan is a small snorkel spot of Puerto Princesa with less than 20 cottages as accommodation for picnicking island-hoppers. A shuttle van which the tour guide is Kuya Bonbon picked us up from our hotel around 7 am, continued to pick the rest of the group up, then we’re off to Sta Lourdes Wharf where boats going to the islands were docked.