Davao and The Eye of an Eagle

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The High and Mighty Mt. Apo

Davao is Duterte and Duterte is Davao. This is the first thing in mind when someone mentions Davao. Well, this place isn’t all about that fierce President of the Philippines. Davao also stands out in terms of tourist attractions.

Davao City in particular is hail as the largest and safest city in the Philippines. Located in Davao del Sur, Mindanao. It is the home of Durian, Sweet Pomelo, houses the majestic Mt. Apo (the highest mountain peak in the Philippines) and the home of the endangered Philippine Eagle.

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I Left My Heart In BATANES


“And she only reveals what she wants you to see. She hides like a child.. But She’s Always a Woman to Me…


This is an excerpt from Billy Joel’s Famous Song, and this is exactly how i described this place.

This face ๐Ÿ˜ญ is literally what i’m feeling as i’m writing this post.

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Food Trippin’ in Baguio

Yep! It’s another post for Baguio! ๐Ÿ˜‚ This place has been my goto area nowadays. Isn’t obvious that i love the city?! โค๏ธ In April, our main itinerary was to go to Pulag and hike  to celebrate my birthday week but decided to enjoy first before immensing ourselves in pain! Hahaha
Our Goal is to just Eat and Eat and Eat…

Then in October, i went here again to accompanied my friend, her very first Baguio experience! ๐Ÿ˜Š

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Bandung: Shopping Pa More!

Our 6th Day in Indonesia was spent in Bandung, the shopping paradise of this country. The bf made a point to really include this city in our itinerary. Knowing him, stealing a branded item in its lowest cost will make him happy.

Bandung houses several shopping stores offering all forms of factory overruns. Just make sure you know how to differentiate the authentic ones from the fakes as some stores are mixing their collections.

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Temple Running in Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta is another tourist destination in Indonesia. Located in Central Java, probably the most interesting of them all as this area houses the 4 pronounced religion in the world. The grand mosque of moslems, catholic church inย central Yogyakarta and the 2 architecturally different temples, the Borobudur Temple of Buddist and the Prambanan Temple of Hindus.

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