Travel Reminders when there's a Virus Outbreak

Travel Reminders When there's a Virus Outbreak

Here are safety reminders when traveling while a virus has been known to be transmitting.  Wear face masks at all times When you wear the mask be sure to cover mouth and nose. Avoid touching the mask once it’s on. Immediately discard single-use mask after each use. Wash hands after removing masks. Wash your hands regularly and avoid touching your eyes nose and mouth Cover … Continue reading Travel Reminders When there's a Virus Outbreak

Tips When Traveling to Remote Destinations

If you want to see a preserved authentic rich culture, then you may consider going to go to remote places. However, be sure to manage your expectations as this may present you with some inconveniences. A place essentially dedicated to tourism differs from the off-beaten track. They may be a little raw and do not have the amenities you enjoy in the city. Also, you’ll … Continue reading Tips When Traveling to Remote Destinations

Oslob Heritage Park's Cuartel de España and Other Ruins

Text & Photo: Kaycie Gayle Yambao Some of the historically significant places in Cebu are found in Oslob Municipal Heritage Park. It is where Calle Aragones, Cuartel de España and Oslob’s Baluarte are quietly nestled. As you explore this area, you’ll get the chance to marvel at the landmarks that were once important in Oslob.  Old streets Two of the oldest streets in Oslob are … Continue reading Oslob Heritage Park's Cuartel de España and Other Ruins

Tops Lookout in Busay Cebu City

Tops Lookout in Busay Cebu City

Text & Photo: Kaycie Gayle Yambao Tops Lookout better known as Tops sits in a mountainous village in Busay and is about ten kilometers from downtown Cebu. It offers a panoramic view of Cebu City and its surrounding areas. It is a known hangout place at night, but in my case, I visited it in the daytime. Upon visiting it in the morning, I realized … Continue reading Tops Lookout in Busay Cebu City

Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary

Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary

Known to be the second smallest primate in the world, the Philippine tarsier has been attracting people across the globe to visit Bohol just to see it. This primate is endemic to the Philippines and known for its small body with big eyes. Trivia about the Philippine Tarsier Due to the Philippine tarsier’s rarity, conservationists master their traits to ensure that they are properly protected … Continue reading Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary

How Does Traveling Changes You?

TEXT: Kaycie Gayle Yambao Whatever is the reason why you travel, you will certainly discover new things. You will take home the learning and realizations you’ve had during your journey. The things you have been exposed to and experienced have a way of influencing you even without you noticing it. It may have a slight impact on you internally but it will eventually manifest externally. … Continue reading How Does Traveling Changes You?

Bilar Manmade Forest in Bohol

Bilar Man Made Forest in Bohol

TEXT & PHOTO: Kaycie Gayle Yambao Some people consider that a drive through this area is just enough to see the place, while some think it’s just a tour infill, others see it’s a good stop on the way to other tourist spots. But for others, it is worth a special trip to appreciate its natural beauty. Whatever it is that you prefer, this spot … Continue reading Bilar Man Made Forest in Bohol