In this final post of my 10-day Philippines Tour, I’ll be sharing our short but very interesting journey getting from Cebu to Mactan Airport. You’ll also read tips that can help you save money and avoid the common taxi scams. In case you are looking for a hotel to stay in Cebu, you may also be interested to read my […]
This 10-day Philippines travelogue is finally coming to an end. Today, we would be bidding farewell to Boracay. Join me in this return journey where I’ll share some minor mishaps (sob!) as we made our way from Boracay to Cebu. There, we would have a short stay near Ayala mall before catching a next-day flight home. Journey from Boracay
Ready for some Boracay-fun? Check out how we made our way from Cebu to Boracay to visit one of the World’s Best 100 Beaches, as voted by CNN. Yes, you are right! This was a very popular beach we were visiting on Day 4 of our Philippines 10 Days Tour and all logistics required to get there would be worth it! The first
Day 3 of Philippines 10 Days Tour was dedicated to Bohol Island – the place to be to view the spectacular Chocolate Hills, cute gremlin-like Tarsier and to cruise the Loboc River among many other attractions. This also happened to be a day we got screwed up so badly and ended up paying the most for the least. So please
Aguinid Falls was next in line on our Day 2 tour itinerary, after having spent the morning swimming with Whale Sharks and bathing in icy-cold Tumalog Falls. Now listen, I highly recommend Aguinid Falls as a tour destination because it was so unbelievably FUN! Officially, this marked my virgin attempt in hiking up a gushing waterfall. How cool is that?
Day 2 of Philippines 10 Days Tour was an exciting and adventurous day that saw us swimming with whale sharks in Oslob, bathing under the mystical showers of Tumalog Falls and hiking up multi-tiered Aguinid Falls. Swimming with Whale Sharks in Oslob Do you love fish? No problem if you don’t. I don’t fancy fishes too. However, swimming with GIGANTIC fishes is a
Ready for some ideas on your next holiday trip? How about visiting Philippines which by the way consists of 7,641 islands. Yes. You’ve heard me right – just 7,641 islands. =) It would probably take you just 20 years if you cover one island a day. I covered three islands in my Philippines 10 Days Tour that brought me to Cebu, Oslob,