Biking in Bohol

With my experience in Olango Island, I now see travelling in a whole new perspective.  As I go to different places with my bike, it gives me a sense of achievement that makes me want to go somewhere farther and out of my comfort zone. My bike buddies and I talked about going to Bohol…

Biking in Olango Island

I used to think about travelling to different places through a plane, boat, bus or car but I never thought of using my bike. When you meet people who also have the same passion for travelling or sports, anything is possible. My colleagues and I have been biking around Cebu for months until we decided…

Island Hopping in Surigao

Previous post: Surfing in Siargao Whenever I hear “Siargao” and “Surigao”, I could only think of “surfing” and “Enchanted River”.  I never knew about its surrounding islands.  We went on to try island hopping. From the resort, we rode a habal-habal to Dapa Port where our banca was docked. Banca Fee: Php 5,000 (whole day…

Surfing in Siargao

I’ve watched several surfing films and I was fascinated at how surfers were able to balance on their surfboards despite the horrifying waves.  I would often imagine myself surfing but I never thought it would become real. Ritha was planning to go Siargao with Joan and Cindy.  She invited me and Rose to join them. …

Scuba Diving in Pescador Island

Scuba diving was in my bucket list for years until I was finally able to cross it out (yey!). I was searching for blogs about scuba diving here in Cebu and I came across several bloggers who blogged about their scuba diving experience in Moalboal, one of the best diving sites in the country. I…

Autumn in South Korea – Last Day

On our last day, we went out on separate ways hours before our flight back to Cebu.  Lhynx and I decided to walk around and explore the streets near the Hyehwa subway station. Pepero Day is an observance in South Korea similar to Valentine’s Day. It is named after the Korean snack Pepero and held…

Autumn in South Korea – Hanbok

To complete our South Korean experience, we went to the Seoul Global and Tourism Center to try the Hanbok.  It is located at 27, Myeongdong 8-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul. The Hanbok is the traditional outfit of the Korean people. Koreans nowadays wear this outfit only on festive days or special anniversaries, however it was worn daily up…