This quirky museum in Hongdae is a must visit for anyone who loves photo. We have so much fun on every tricky photos, considering we only took photos outside the museum. It’s free. But if you want more fantastic photos, pay … Continue reading
Since my sister and I are avid Hello Kitty fan since our elementary days, we’re both excited to experience Hello Kity Cafe in Hongdae, Seoul. It is actually part of our itinerary, and good thing it is, because we got … Continue reading
My sister and I missed cherry blossoms during our trip in Seoul last month, so I started asking God to see Sakura in Japan. Everyday, I’m monitoring Cherry Blossoms report of Japan-guide.com – a week before my trip (April 11-20, 2014), … Continue reading
I was prettty impressed of efficiency and practicality of Japanese. Maybe this is what I really wanted to see, that’s why I really dreamed of going to Japan (than US, Europe). What makes the diffrence are advanced technology, efficient process and … Continue reading
Magdapio Falls is located between Cavinti and Pagsanjan, Laguna. I just knew that Magdapio Falls was used to be the famous Pagsanjan Falls. I lived in Laguna, but never been around. So, instead of the usual Tagaytay roadtrip with my friend, we head on to Cavinti, Laguna to see th falls. Pagsanjan is 2.5 hr from Manilla, while Cavinti is 3 hrs from Manila. Continue reading
Cowrie Island is the best part of our island hopping in Honda Bay. I’m glad that this is the last island of the tour and we can spend long time here. Oh well, define, pure white sand and blue-green crystal waters…
What I love about the island is these trees surrounded along the seashore. Syempre may shade effect, pwede kang mag-emote and mag-relax while enjoying the view of the sun, sea and sand… At least, hindi ka masyadong iitim. Walang ganitong puno sa Boracay or sa Bohol or kahit sa Malapascua. So here, you can just chill under this tree and enjoy the art of doing nothing. So my cousins and I, just chill and enjoy the blue waters…
Another thing I love about Cowrie Island are the coconut trees, free cottages, affordable restaurant and outdoor body massage by the locals. This is really the best place to relax after a long day of island hopping, snorkeling and picture taking!
You can avail the buffet lunch in this island and get a free entrance for only P300. They serve good food.
Definitely you get good value for your money!
Our second day in Palawan is all about exploring the Island of Honda Bay. Logistics going to Honday Bay is easy. All you need to do is to hire a van or a tricycle who will bring you to the Honda Bay Port. If you’re travelling alone to 4 persons you may opt to hire a tricycle which will cost you P500-P600 or if you’re in a bigger group hire a van which will cost you around P1200-P1500. Since we’re a group of 9, we hire Kuya Duds van, I never had a chance to met him, because I knew he’s an owner of van operators in Palawan. You may contact him at (63) 939 906 4808 or (63) 917 590 2001. He and his team are very honest and nice.
In Honda Bay Port, you can customized which island you want to visit according to your budget and time. Our group choose, Starfish Island (P50), Pambato Reef (P50) and Cowrie Island (P300 with buffet lunch). Then you also have to rent a boat, small boat will cost P1300 and big boat will cost P1500.
Our first stop is the Starfish Island…
All the boat men were trained to do this camera tricks. This is the best part of the starfish island experience.
We also rented a small cottage (P50) where we leave all our things.
This lagoon is a project of Mayor Hagedorn, locals in Puerto Princesa, usually have tree planting projects every month. This is to sustain the natural resources and the wonderful environment of Puerto Princesa.
Of course, my sister, mother and I explore and enjoy the first island.
And my cousins too! But honestly, I only saw one starfish in the island… That’s why it’s named “Starfish Island” and not “Starfishes Island.” The water is not the best place to swim but you can go snorkeling and we enjoyed it!
Situated in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. It was here the Union Flag was lowered and the Malayan flag hoisted for the first time at midnight on August 31, 1957.
Dataran Merdeka was the usual venue for the annual Hari Merdeka Parade (National Day Parade).
The architecture of the building around Merdeka Square is a work of art.
My sister standing tall in Merdeka Square.
One of the reasons i want to visit Kuala Lumpur is to see and capture one of the worlds tallest tower, the “Petronas Tower.”
Sister Jelome in her signature Yoga Photo!
Woohoo, finally, I’m in Petronas Tower!
Facts: he Petronas Twin Towers (also known as the Petronas Towers or Twin Towers), in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia are the world’s tallest twin buildings. Tower 2 was built by the South Korean multinational Samsung Engineering & Construction and Tower 1 by Hazama Corporation of Japan. They were the world’s tallest buildings from 1998 to 2004 if measured from the level of the main entrance to the structural top, the original height reference used by the US-based Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat from 1969 (three additional height categories were introduced as the tower neared completion in 1996).