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Because Batanes
Ivatan life The little province of Batanes has a natural charm coming from both its untouched surroundings and hospitable people.  We stayed at Bernardo's Hotel, which is almost across the highway and beach. Similar to most accommodations in the town, it's ...

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Asakusa-Nikko
First out-of-country We went on a pre-wedding trip to Tokyo and stayed at our friends' place before they return to Manila. We had indefinite plans, except to just explore the side streets of the city and to visit Nikko to supposedly experience my first snow...

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Back in Busuanga
   

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Boracay
 

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Real
4th of June

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Baler Glamping
The other side This sleepy town underwent several changes ever since it no longer caters exclusively to frequent surfers. From cozy accommodations, big-scale family-friendly resorts started appearing. This boardwalk is lined with restaurants and resorts. It...

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Holy Week at Casa
Morning workout This sudden Holy Week trip lead us to Zambales, which has always been a go-to beach destination because of its proximity and less crowded shorelines.  Hidden in this province is Casa San Miguel, a charming bed and breakfast/museum/cafe/music...

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La Union
Something new We arrived at our resort at 5AM and ended up sleeping on chaise lounges by the common area. From there, it was a weekend of trek to Tangadan Falls, food trip along the provincial highway, morning surf/sunbathing and a plate full of deep-fried,...

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Finally Pinatubo
4 years in the making After two failed attempts, which turned into a travel scam, we were able to join ate and her former officemates on their trip to the active volcano. It was an early morning and bumpy ride and 2-hour trek to the crater.   Eating inside ...

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Garden of Gethsemane
93 Years
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