Basic Packing Tips from Martha Stewart

Because it is a joy to have a neat and organized luggage bag, I am sharing this quick and easy-to-follow packing tips from no less than the wedding expert, Martha Stewart. Layer 1 Line the bottom with shoes and tech gear in bags. Fill the center with rolled-up jeans and jackets. Layer 2 Lay dresses … Continue reading Basic Packing Tips from Martha Stewart

Five Reasons You’ll Get High With Caramoan

Caramoan is considered as Bicol’s best kept paradise. Even if there have been man-made changes in some islands, the rest remained unspoiled. Like the tourists that flock to the peninsula all-year round, here are five reasons you’ll love Caramoan, too. 1. It offers unparalleled coastal exploration opportunities. Whether you visit the nearest islands or those farthest from Paniman, you’ll discover … Continue reading Five Reasons You’ll Get High With Caramoan

The Mountain Bicolanos call Magayon

  Its near-perfect cone has made it one of the dominant sights in Bicol. No wonder people want to visit Albay just to see Mayon Volcano up close and personal. If you have already enjoyed its classic postcard view at Cagsawa Ruins, seen it closer when you hiked Ligñon hill or trekked the lava trail and … Continue reading The Mountain Bicolanos call Magayon

Calaguas Misadventures

Now I am convinced that “life at its craziest is also at its most instructive.” No person in his/her right mind would cross the sea knowing that there is a typhoon. But we did in spite of the news warning people in Bicol region to suspend any maritime travel due to typhoon Bebeng. However, I … Continue reading Calaguas Misadventures