TO THOSE who love the great outdoors, consider visiting Barangay Day-asan in Surigao City. The village is dubbed “Little Venice” because if its narrow channels of water. The place offers activities one will definitely enjoy and cherish, and which will surely satisfy one’s wanderlust. Read More
WOE to tourists as Sagada’s Sumaging and Lumiang caves closed indefinitely. The closure according to Sagada Tourism officer Robert Pangod came after the death of a 15–year–old boy who fell while playing inside the Crystal Cave Monday, April 3. Police reported the victim is an 8th grader from Balugan National High School and a resident...
HUNGRY for “berry pretty” strawberries but too broke to go on a trip to Baguio City? Head down to southern Cebu for a promise of strawberry goodness in the mountains of Barangay Maloray, a 21.8-kilometer drive from the Municipal Hall of Dalaguete. Read More
DESPITE the frenetic pace of modern life, the past still haunts and somehow beckons. Ancient monuments and artifacts, age-old buildings and art, yesteryear’s lifestyle and furnishings still fascinate today’s millennial. Hence the presence of lifestyle and art and antique museums. One of them in Cebu is the Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House. Read More