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How to Get to El Nido Palawan?

How to Get to El Nido Palawan?

Finally, I got the ticket, no news about flights being cancelled, I finally got the chance to fly out and visit another part of the Palawan province, the famous El Nido Palawan. I was lucky enough that AirAsia Philippines was so generous in giving me ticket to Puerto Princesa Palawan, and that is from Cebu to Manila, then Puerto Princesa. I actually won a ticket for their flights from Cebu to Davao but since they’ve removed that flight, I asked if I could go instead to Puerto Princesa, and they’re so game with it. So, thank you AirAsia! How to Go to El Nido via Plane? There is actually a direct flight to Puerto Princesa from Cebu, but that one is not for free, so the flight provided by AirAsia was totally great for me. There is also now a direct flight to El Nido, and yes from Cebu! It used to be just from Manila to El Nido, but now AirSwift, a private airline and the only company that can land in El Nido now offer a flight from Cebu to El Nido. The El Nido airport is about

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First Time Scuba Diving Guide

First Time Scuba Diving Guide

I’ve been wanting to scuba dive for a long time especially when you're living in this island called Cebu that is surrounded with water and great diving spots, but I really thought it was just for people who are fit to do it plus I know I won’t look good in a wet suit. But, I met Radj through WithLocal s and he told me to try it because what I’m thinking is wrong, and if I really don’t like the wet suit I can go dive without it. Channel also have been telling me stories on how great it us to do it, but not really forcing me to do it. While Radj did actually organize a dive for me and his friends, and I was really game to do it! With this, I’ve decided to share with you my very own guide just in case you were like me. Please note that this is not a course, I didn’t get the course, I just got the basic, and the discover scuba diving (which I’ll talk about in another post). It’s a bit pricey for me to get a course but I’m thinking about getting one, I just need the money and th

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Rico’s Lechon Mactan Opens!

Rico’s Lechon Mactan Opens!

 February 3, 2016 – Around 10:00 am Rico’s Lechon opens its latest branch in Lapu-Lapu City, just along the road going to the airport, making it easier for everyone who wants to try out the best lechon in town, Rico’s lechon. I was able to try out Rico's lechon few years ago , I ordered online, paid online, and have it delivered at home. The lechon arrived earlier than I asked, which is really great, but because it was early and the rest of the family arrived about 2 hours later, it was not that as fresh as it should be. So I’ve been really looking forward on eating the freshly cooked – hope I used the right word here. I’ve been to their branch before near Ayala, but when I recently tasted it, it was indeed the best. Of course the one that we’ve tasted was fresh, because we’re the first ones to try out and even opened with them their restaurant. I love the spicy lechon! I’m even thinking of having another one again for my next birthday, but I think I’ll dine in there instead.

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Cruising at Bojo River of Aloguinsan Cebu

Cruising at Bojo River of Aloguinsan Cebu

I’ve been hearing a lot about this place in Cebu Philippines since last year and have been wanting to go here since I feel like, or as far as I remember I’ve never been to an eco-tour before. Plus, I’ve personally met one of the organizers for this place, one of the people who started and trained the people of Aloguinsan and basing to what I’ve been hearing from him and what he showed us through his presentation, I was really impressed and touched that they’re able to create such program that does not only help create another tourist destination, a program that does not only benefit one person, but a program that benefits the whole community in Aloguinsan. So yes, when you do visit this place, pay the fees, eat there, and experience the life of the locals in Aloguinsan, the people who work there who are locals of Aloguinsan and the members of the BAETAS (Bojo Aloguinsan Eco-Tourism Association), plus the whole community, town, and neighboring towns due to their local activities and

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