No better way to keep customer loyalty but through rewards. Most of my flights are booked via Cebu Pacific because of their GetGo Lifestyle Rewards Program and its convenience in both earning and using points. I have had my card since 2015, the year they first launched it. Been using it since. I have also… Continue reading Guide: Getting the Most of Your GetGo card
When Cebu Pacific first announced its direct flight from Manila to Siargao last year, I was probably one of the first ones to try luck. Flights to Siargao are not cheap. I thought the firsts usually come with a promo and I was right. Scored a cheap round trip scheduled January 2018. This trip was… Continue reading A Weekend in Siargao
Am not going to pretend to be an expert here but my first time in Tokyo hinted some tips I could use the next time. You could say that this post is primarily for me but I also hope it will come handy to at least one person out there brewing a trip to this… Continue reading Guide Questions in Navigating the Tokyo Train System for the First Timer
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Where to stay in Batanes?
This isn’t the first time I was asked about trip cost right after a travel. Some probably think my friends and I have a million peso travel bank to pull resources from. We do not. I don’t.
Believe it or not, I first heard of Magalawa Island from a friend from another country about two years ago. Seems like its reputation has gone far. Now, I could understand why. Doesn't it feel awkward when your neighbor knows more about your own home than you do? We can't be a stranger to our… Continue reading Travel to Magalawa Island: A Beautiful Shared Experience
Bacolod City, the capital of Negros Occidental. It's one of those I-can't-believe-I-have-not-been-to places for me. With, more or less, an hour flight from Manila, very affordable and various accommodation options, friendly locals (it's actually nicknamed as the City of Smiles) a haven for foodies, a manageable and convenient public transportation, Bacolod is an attractive travel destination,… Continue reading Destination: Negros Occidental (Day 1)
Times have changed. Read the paper, watch the news, or just scroll through your Facebook wall, and you'll see all sorts of bad news. These sights make it so easy to lose faith in humanity. But we can't. We just can't. If you have been following my blog, you probably have already read about my… Continue reading They Responded
In August of 2009, I was given what I consider, so far, as the biggest break in my career. I was given the opportunity to travel to Nicaragua and train the leadership team of the site that we were about to launch then. It was what opened so many other adventures for me - enjoy… Continue reading The Story of My Hammock Chair