Iloilo City Travel Guide Collab



ShareTweet Getting ready for Dinagyang Festival? This Travel Guide that I and Regine made would be of great help, promise. Its very simple, we describe and give travel tips about Iloilo City. So, here it is: Iloilo City Travel Guide Collab with Regine of Between Coordinates. 1. Describe Iloilo City. Regine says: Iloilo City is home to several historical landmarks, old churches and buildings, delicious local cuisine, friendly Ilonggos, and of course this city boasts it’s much awaited world-class Dinagyang Festival every January. James says: For me, Iloilo City is a steamy bowl of batchoy. A noodle soup with pork innards poured with hot […]

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Traveling Solo Takes Away Your Sanity



ShareTweet WARNING: I’m posting this just for myself and for my future kids and so on… PLEASE DO NOT READ.   I’m just typing what I wrote in my travel notebook. This is very raw, a personal reflection of what I was feeling/thinking on Day 1 of my Visayas Trails.     Photo by JC General on Flicker   >> I’m here at the riverside boardwalk near Smallville in Iloilo City. It is the first day of my month-long journey in the Visayas and Ilocos. I am enjoying the breeze beside the Iloilo River, the wind is a bit cold […]

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Iloilo & Guimaras Travel Guide on Mabuhay Magazine



ShareTweet LAGAW ILOILO KAG GUIMARAS A 3D/2N suggested itinerary for budget travelers who love the journey more than the destination. A heritage tour down south of Iloilo, beach bumming in Guimaras or just a walking tour along Iloilo City’s old streets plus food suggestions along the way. “Lagaw” means “wander” or “travel” with special focus on the experience while on the journey and less on the destination itself. Are you ready to make “lagaw?” Tara at mag-lagaw-lagaw na sa Iloilo kag Guimaras (C’mon and let’s wander in Iloilo and Guimaras).   DAY 1 (Southern Iloilo Heritage Tour) Start the day right […]

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