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Guerrera Rice Paddy Villas

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Just any other wanderer, I am always in search for good food whenever I’m in a new place. When we were in Camiguin, we searched for the best places to dine and Guerrera Rice Paddy Villas tops the spot on Google and Tripadvisor sites. We didn’t hesitate and squeeze this place to check out on our itinerary.  Read More »

Snapshots: Discovering Camiguin’s Mantigue and White Island

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Camiguin Island tour  won’t be complete without visiting White Island and Mantigue Island. When I tried to do some research, White island gained more popularity in the web compared to Mantigue Island. I haven’t heard of the latter until we reached Camiguin. I was postponing this blog post, hoping to find the extra memory card of my GoPro where basically stores majority of my photos on both islands. I guess the long stretch needs to end and I need to stick on some shots imported on my phone and from my other camera.

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Road trip in Camiguin: The Island born of Fire

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Camiguin Island, being the second-smallest province in the Philippines made it very feasible for a whole day road trip. I had the chance to visit Camiguin Island last December with my fiance’s family and we were able to check out the small yet very picturesque island in the country. With a rich history foreground, and several beaches to dwell on, I was giddy enough to join the trip.

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Carcar: The Heritage city of Cebu

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Carcar may be one of the few cities in Cebu that preserved history for tshe next generation to explore. They are known to be “The heritage city of Cebu”, given the fact that structures built during Spanish colonization period are kept in good shape until today.

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Sinulog Snapshots (a year ago)

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Kriswanders, has been dormant for a month now, and I have a lot to share with you guys, but I want to start the year with a throwback Snapshot post. Snapshot series has been dormant for quite some time as well, so I guess it is fair enough to bring this back to life. Read More »