Cheap Accommodations in Kalibo, Aklan

ShareTweet Kalibo, Aklan Cheap Accommodations / Hotels / Guesthouse / Inns A lot has been asking me on where is the cheapest place to stay in Kalibo for the Ati-atihan festival. So I think this will be helpful for budget travelers like me: La Esperanza Hotel Osmena Ave. Kalibo, Aklan (at the back of Landbank and near the bus and van Terminal going to Iloilo) E-mail: Tel no. (036)262-3989; 268-9254   Room rates: Cheapest: Fan Room- Php150/head. I stayed here and they have 4 double-deck beds, meaning you are sharing the room with 7 others. Luckily, its was off-peak season so […]

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In Retrospect: 14-Day Solo Backpacking Challenge

ShareTweet Here’s for everyone to understand better and more clearly why I have to do the challenge. Purpose: I want to prove to myself and to others as well, especially to Filipinos, that traveling is not that expensive (or reserved only for the rich) thereby encourage fellow Filipinos to travel and explore their own country. Duration: July 6-21, 2010 (14 days + 1) Route/Itinerary: West Visayas except Antique, Region 6 (get a Philippine map to better understand) Manila – Negros Occidental (Silay City, Bacolod City, Murcia, La Carlota City, Kabankalan City, Hinigaran, Valladolid) Negros Occidental – Guimaras (Nueva Valencia, Jordan) […]

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14 Days Solo Backpacking Challenge

ShareTweet This I think will be my favorite post, the essence of journeyingjames: come and join me as I walk, run, climb, ride, swim and fly! Come July 6 (Tuesday), I am embarking on the longest backpacking journey yet in my life. Armed with courage, confidence, backpack, running shoes, camera (Mitchkay, are you going to lend me your DSLR? Pleeeease) and cheap tickets. You say ADVENTURE? Nahhh, its more than that! In fact, I will be amazed if someone did this already.Duration: July 6-20, 2010Solo. I want to do this solo because I don’t want to be in a hurry, […]

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