Maribojoc Church: Gaze Upon the Heavens

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Before that fateful morning of October 2013, Maribojoc Church was a pilgrimage site for the devout locals and was a repository of Bohol’s church ceiling masterpieces. The coral stone Diocesan Shrine of San Vicente Ferrer, once stood wars and other calamities that beset the paradise island of Bohol, is no ...

Ruined Church of San Pablo of Isabela

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Perhaps it was the last church we have visited that cool Friday afternoon in Isabela Province of the north, but is one of the most profound. In the town of San Pablo (de Cabagan) lies an old Spanish colonial era church in semi-ruined state. First built in early 17th century, San ...

How to Overcome Envy on Travel Blog Posts?

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Let’s face it. We bloggers or readers sometimes do feel jealousy or envy with our fellow bloggers or the ones we follow. In the community of travel blogging, hide as we might, but we do feel envious to our fellow blogger whenever they go somewhere else, celebrate, or relax. In ...

Finding Tranquility in Davao’s Linosutan Beach

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Talicud Island in Davao Gulf is indeed a floating emerald laced with pearly white sand beach. Despite its proximity with Davao City, it has maintained its countryside laidback charm. Although there are several notable beaches here such as in Babu Santa and Isla Reta, if you really like to be ...

Pancit Cabagan: Isabela’s Queen Pancit

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“A road trip isn’t complete without food trip,” that’s my motto. Isabela Province wasn’t spared with this mantra that I have, but I was up to a surprise when I saw its famed Pancit Cabagan, 30 minutes south of Tuguegarao City. “Miss, seryoso? Good for one ba talaga ito?” (Miss, are ...

How to Get in and Out of Yogyakarta Adisucipto Airport?

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Adisucipto International Airport (IATA: JOG | ICAO: WARJ) is the airport serving the Javanese cultural city of Yogyakarta in Indonesia. It is the preferred destination airport for those who like to visit the famed UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Borobudur and Prambanan and experience the best of Javanese culture. It ...

Bohol: More than a Hundred Days Hence

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On 15th of October, 2013, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake shook Bohol onto its knees, claiming more than 200 lives, isolating towns, slicing some of the famed Chocolate Hills, and destroying century-old heritage churches. The scene of destruction, hunger, and desperation was in the air when we went there five days ...
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