Spain Attractions – A Peek At Valencia City Tourist Spots

A pose for posterity at the unique Turia Fountain at Plaza de la Virgen in Valencia, Spain

Seeing Spain attractions is one of my intentions for my travel to Spain. Nevertheless, the travel itinerary prepared by the Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional Para el Desarrollo (AECID), which sponsored our 10-day Study Tour on the Development of Cooperative Integration In Spain, was very hectic. Hence, I and the rest of the 15-man Philippine Delegation just made use of whatever free time available to have a free wheeling visit to Spain attractions and have a peek on Spain culture. Read More »

Estrella Falls – My Journey To The Southern Side of Palawan Island, Philippines

A visit to Palawan Island in the Philippines is a dream come true for a Filipino like me who is aching to live up to the challenge not to become a stranger in one’s home land. Hence, while I was on board the Cebu to Puerto Princesa flight of Cebu Pacific Air, I kept on jotting down on my notes on what possible destinations can I visit for my 4-day, 3-night trip inclusive of air travel and 1-day business meeting in the island. Read More »

3 Unusual South Pacific Destinations

Think of a South Pacific vacation and odds are that Tahiti or Fiji comes to mind. Although those destinations are indeed stunning and beautiful, there are hundreds of additional places in the South Pacific that are equally impressive. If you are considering an upcoming holiday in the South Pacific, get off the beaten track and explore some unique destinations. Islands which are still pristine, natural and let the visitor understand the culture. At the same time, tourists can relax in unparalleled scenery, taste exotic cuisine and swim in crystal clear waters. Not to mention, you can still find excellent travel deals to many of these destinations. For three unusual South Pacific vacations, consider the islands of Palau, Samoa and Yap. Read More »

Photo of the Day – Kids In Action

The Photo of the Day deals on the Kids In Action on board a styropor while plying the placid waters near the landing point en route to Tiktikan Lagoon within the vicinity of Sohoton Cove in Bucas Grande Island, Socorro, Surigao del Norte, Philippines. The sight of the innocent stare of the children had captivated my attention and refused to be erased in my mind until nowadays. The ingenuity of the kids in action in utilizing the styropor as mode of conveyance is worth appreciating. Read More »

My Travel A to Z While On Island Vacations And More


I have seen Travel A to Z posts circulating in the blogosphere in the later part of December, 2011 and really found interest going over some of them as it gave me insights into the comings and goings of bloggers who are way ahead of me in the travel blogging hammock. Lately, much to my appreciation, I got a tag from my esteemed founder of the Pinoy Travel Bloggers Flipnomad and my interest to this Travel A to Z phenomenon had shoot up some more.Though I am a bit of an introvert and my travel blog is only a few days far from its first year anniversary, but it is also an honor to share some of my travel experiences and preferences. Read More »

Photo of the Day – The Giant Headdress

The photo of the Day is the Giant Headdress with the dancers belonging to the Higa-onon Tribe at the center on their best attire as participants to the annual Kaamulan Festival featuring the seven tribes (Higa-onon, Bukidnon, Manobo, Talaandig, Matigsalug, Tigwahanon and Umayamnon) residing in the Province of Bukidnon, Mindanao Island, Philippines. I took this Giant Headdress photo during my trip from Cagayan de Oro City to Davao City via Buda when I passed by this head-turning structure at the junction between the national highway and the Sayre Highway leading to the town of Impasug-ong, which is a Higa-onon term meaning make the current come upstream. Read More »

Castielfabib Agro Tourism – The Other Side of Valencia, Spain

A pose for posterity in front of the Hostal Centenares

Agro Tourism as well as crop and livestock production are the businesses being engaged into by agricultural cooperatives in the Autonomous Community of Valencia, Spain. This was the information I got during my visit together with the other members of the 15-man Philippine Delegation to the Study Tour on the Development of Cooperative Integration In Spain at the Conselleria D’ Agricultura (Department of Agriculture Regional Office) at Peixca I, Alimentacion, Valencia City, Spain. Read More »