Sinulog, The Mother of all Festivals – 10 Facts to Expect

Sinulog 2017“One Beat One Dance One Vision” A thousand hearts and voices shouting faithfully in unison, a celebration that brings people together from all over the nation, the country’s loudest, grandest and most colorful celebration, The Mother of all Festivals, Sinulog, celebrated since 1980 is one of the most loved festival in the country it tells…

Sunkissed in Higatangan Island

Higatangan Island is a piece of Naval that is situated in the north west tip of Leyte. The name Higatangan is gotten from the word “atangan” meaning a waiting area. Old people say that the spot was the place pirate traps victimizing drawing ships with loaded products and goods. It was also belived to be…

The Millionaire’s Row of Iloilo

We all know that Iloilo was one of the wealthiest urban communities in the nation during the Spanish time it was the frontier capital of Spain and moreover their last abroad territory after the Americans helped for our independence. Amid the Spanish period, the sugar cane industry was at its peak and was the primary…

Dinagyang Festival kicks off in Iloilo City, HalaBira!

Fiestas are the best time to travel and wander around Towns and Cities in the Philippines as they give you with the ideal chance to truly experience and understand the Filipino culture up close. Dinagyang Festival is that one time of the year that is mostly anticipated, the grandest, biggest and significant celebration of western…

One Beat, One Dance, One Vision. Sinulog Festival 2016

Known as the mother of all festivals in the Philippines, the Sinulog , celebrated subsequent to 1980 is one of the most loved festival in the country it tells a connection of the nation’s embrace of Christianity, It additionally showcases the rich and creative culture of Cebu and each Filipino as it reminds us of…

The Ruins

There are numerous things to do in Negros other than eating Bacolod’s Chiken Inasal and watch the world famous Masskara Festival, one of the must visit place in Bacolod is the ruins of the mansion of Don Mariano L. Lacson in Talisay, “The Ruins” ” The Mansion” or also better known as the “Taj Mahal” of Negros, built in loving memory of of a sugar noble’s wife , though the mansion is irreparable, it was acclaimed as one of the most fascinating ruins of the world.

Experince the Vibrance of Bacolods Masskara Festival

Experience the Vibrance with the City of smiles Masskara Festival, a celebration of fun, happiness and laughter, this festival never failed to impress me, indeed it is the most happiest festival i have ever seen with the pounding drums and the celebration tunes all around city, you’d need to battle the desire to dance, it is also an incredible experience to encounter local culture and its traditions, meet local people at one of their happiest and most extravagant street performance.

Remnants of Typhoon Yolanda

Nov 7, 2013. Sunny morning:  Not even a raging wind or rain was felt, the clouds were not gloomy as i have imagined compared to a normal typhoon we usually experience. It was a normal day like we always do “typhoon?? it’s just nothing” but not until early dawn when the super typhoon was at its strongest.…

Kalanggaman Island

This is Palompons Paradise. Kalanggaman is viewed as the most beautiful beach the region of Leyte has to offer. The postcard-perfect virgin island with its clear waters rich in dark blue shading, a white sand that smolders your feet as you hear the sound of the waves smashing and the cool salty ocean breeze brush by is positively a virtual place that is similar to heaven a paradise where you can be filthy rich in nature.

Aliwan Fiesta : Festival of Festivals

In over of 7107 islands of the Philippines I could never let you know what number of Festivals or Fiestas in the country is continuously commended every year. Each township, city, municipality, including regions have their own Festival that frequently serves to meet and satisfy particular purposes, either a profound or religious Festival, food, history,…

Sinulog Festival 2014

 I love Philippine Festivals, there’s no doubt about it. I have seen the country’s most colorful and lively festival , the Sinulog celebrated since 1980 is one of my favorite it represents the link of the country’s embrace of Christian faith, It also showcases the traditions and culture of Cebu and every Filipino as it reminds us of…

Aliwan 2013 Festival of Champions

The Beat, the intense dance, the vibrancy,the enthusiastic fun, and the people .  This is why i love every tiny bit of every Filipino culture. If you love wandering around the country why not try visiting cities and towns during fiestas. I bet, it will be a great and fun experience. Learn about some of…