A landlocked province with a rich history and untouched natural beauty make Abra an extraordinary destination. Yet it’s so underrated and still considered as an off-the-beat attraction. And as for personal experience, it’s very elusive. ThrowbackIt’s time to hit the road again as we reach the last leg of our trip. Apayao and Abra provinces … Continue reading Abramazing, At First Glance
”Slow food, slow life; fast food, fast life.”
Know before you go. 1,338 hectares of visually appetizing mountainous forest park. Home to a total of 89 species of birds, 23 species of mammals, 13 species of amphibians, 13 species of reptiles,(1) and at least 105 Philippine flora endemics. (2) And crystal clear river system. Truly a nature tripper’s paradise. No wonder why Balbalasang, … Continue reading Travel Guide: Balbalasang-Balbalan National Park
In the search for the bush food of Kalinga. Tucked in the north-west mountainous slopes of Kalinga province and bordering Abra and Apayao provinces, lies the humble barangay of Balbalasang in the town of Balbalan. A settlement to the Banao tribe. Right in the green heart of Balbalasang-Balbalan National Park and by the riverbanks of … Continue reading Gastronomic Hike to Balbalasang – Balbalan National Park
Another version of this legend states that the beautiful lady’s name was Lagkunawa.
An Igorot culture appreciation that will never go out of style.
Originally designed to be a hill station of Americans years ago. Bloomed into a city nestled on top of a mountain, surrounded by pine trees and sunflowers. A cool and breezy place with interesting food and art scene. That’s Baguio before. Well, there are some left and the plan is for the city to rev-bloom. … Continue reading The RevBloom of Baguio: City of Crafts and Folk Arts
During our road trip up in the mountains of Cordillera, we spent a couple of days in Sagada and boy I was not prepared for THE hiking adventure waiting for me at this lovely destination.Woke up early and prepared ourselves for a whole day hike in Sagada and Bontoc, Mt. Province. Obviously I was not … Continue reading Hike in Sagada