The skylines of the Coron islands in Palawan seems to be handcrafted by the greatest artist nature itself. It is a small fishermen island nestled in a beautiful landscape and divine diving spots. The islands are soon becoming crowded with tourists from all around the world after it got rated highly in Nat Geo. So if you like explorations and are okay with limited options and unlimited beauty then you better hurry.Continue reading
Theres a lot to see in this world and it cannot be seen sitting on a couch. We plan to cover even the most remote islands in the world and we have been to some islands where we were the first Indians that the local generation met.
There are 16 posts tagged Islands ( this is page 1 of 2).
Chocolate Hills are straight from your childhood’s drawing book
Everyone has imagined a place that truly existed while drawing the landscapes in our drawings in our childhood. Now imagine visiting a place that looks exactly like you have been drawing back then. Some people say the chocolate hills are man-made artifacts but they aren’t.Continue reading
Our happiest moments in the Philippines
The Philippines surprised me in many ways. Be it the lack of good local fare in Makati (Manila) or the uncomfortable but exciting habal-habal ride in Bislig, the country left me craving for more. By the end of the trip I was just not prepared to say goodbye; it had become my home.
Trailing the river that pumps the majestic Kawasan Waterfall
There’s a lot more to experience in the Philippines than crazy parties in Boracay and hopping islands in the Palawan. Cebu is a tourist hub with plenty of things to do and can get a lot crowded during public holidays and awesome weather; summers.Continue reading
How not to get scammed by taxi drivers in Manila?
If you have read my previous stories, you’ll know that before going to a foreign nation, I do a ton of research. The most amount of time I spend reading is “beware” or “safety” in a country. This is particularly important while holidaying in a developing country, otherwise, you’ll find yourself in many unpleasant situations.Continue reading
Surviving Philippines as a vegetarian
I have to admit, one of my biggest fears before I left for the Philippines was whether I would find food to survive as a vegetarian during my month-long stay. None of my friends or family had visited the Philippines previously, so I had only blogs and websites to rely upon. Most of them detailed accounts of several ghastly (sorry my Pinoy friends), unthinkable foods like Balut (half-formed embryo of duck) and full roast pigs. Continue reading
Getting a clear view of Mount Mayon in the Philippines
With 7000 islands in the Philippines, anybody can fall in love with their beauty over and under water. Different islands have a lot to offer and hopping different islands is one sure thing to do. But we were here to explore some amazing landscapes especially an active volcano.Continue reading
Arriving in the Philippines and getting around Manila
We departed from Chennai in the midnight, had a brief halt in Kuala Lumpur and reached Manila by 8 in the morning. Metro Manila is the largest business city of the country and is known for its skylines, congestion, mix culture and its concrete jungle. People either come here for business or use it as a transit to go to other places in the Philippines. But unlike other metros, Manila has a beautiful harbor overlooking the skylines.Continue reading
2 of the best places in Bali to reach early to avoid the crowd
This is the second time we visited Bali and I wanted to see places without the people. Okay! that seems fake but I really wanted to visit the places when and where it is less crowded. Bali is a big island and most of us hardly make it out of Denpasar, the place where the international airport is.Continue reading
How to get to Enchanted river and Tinuyan Falls from Mangagoy?
Seven kilometers from the town of Bislig lies the small town of Mangagoy, a popular stop for all visitors to two major tourist spots- Tinuy-an Falls and Enchanted River. There are several buses from Butuan city to Mangagoy every day, but most of them are non-air-conditioned.Continue reading