Thursday, April 10, 2014
There are two prominent travel seasons in the Philippines. First is during the time when the Catholic majority of the Philippines commemorate the Holy Week which happens sometime between mid-March to mid-April depending on the Roman Catholic calendar and secondly during first week of November in observance of another event from the same religion. Aside from professing their faith, most of these dates are non-working holidays which gives an ample time for the country's busy workforce to travel longer distances. Here is a one-stop, comprehensive guide to help Philippine travelers on their adventure trips on having a stress-free wandering vacation.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Last year, the Philippines reached 38 degrees Celsius. So far it was one of the hottest temperature ever recorded in the country. It is a bad idea to stay at home. Even worse if you would get suffocated to populated areas. Good thing, the Philippines has over 33,000 kilometers of shoreline. Choose a few kilometers of it to relax and meditate. Soothe yourselves with turquoise seas, the smell of sea water brought along by the wind and have your feet touch the powdery unspoilt sand, whether it be white, gold, pink, gray, and black. You name it. Here are few of the remote beaches in the Philippines we have been to. The farther you get, the better. And the adventure to get to it is as rewarding as reaching it!
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Starting map version 20140321, the GPS routable map of the Philippines based on Openstreetmap data and compiled by Schadow1 Expeditions has a new look. This is to enhance visibility of the types of roads and points-of-interests (establishment icons) while on the road. The map style has been revamped to make driving, biking, and trekking the Philippines easier; so you can travel and explore more without getting lost.