HabagatCentral was derived from inspiration of traveling. Like the wind called “habagat,” it travels swiftly over the archipelago bringing much needed rainfall for replenishing the parched soil.
Sharing the experiences of traveling in the Philippines and a guide for potential tourists, students, yuppies, burgis, alipin, liping manggagawa, akademisyan, urbanite, conyo, promdi, pulitiko, negosyante, foreigners and many more. At the same time, it acts as a commuters guide for those who needed some references in how to survive and enjoy the 7107 islands without the expense of renting a car.
Berniemack Arellano, is just a simple and boring guy who wants to go amok whenever he’s being prevented going somewhere else.
Since birth, he has been traveling due to the transient nature of the work of the father: settled in Cebu for 3 years, then resettled in Imus, Cavite for 12 years, 6 years at Iloilo, a year and a half at Cebu and several months in Southern Mindanao. He dared himself not to be a tourist, but a sojourner, a wanderer, a traveler, an explorer and most of all, a professional commuter.
Since then, he has been dreaming to emanate Ian Wright and Diego Buñuel’s travels.
Comparto mis experiencias en viaje y vida cada día aquí. Van a saber algunos consejos también en conocimiento local. Experimentar las fiestas, las maneras de vida de los locales, cultura local, herencia y mucho más. Este es mi manera para ayudar la gente y experimentar el mundo–en su formas colorados.
No hacer solo ver el mundo, ser parte de él también. Sera un viajero, no sólo una turista!
These are the places that I have been to in the Philippines so far. Unfortunately, no out of country yet–but that’s on the bucket list. Hehe! (As of 27 August 2012)
My Lakbayan grade is B+!
How much of the Philippines have you visited? Find out at Lakbayan!
Created by Eugene Villar.