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Chilling at the 7 Commandos Beach

Chilling at the 7 Commandos Beach

One of the El Nido Tour A’s stop is the beautiful 7 Commandos Beach. From afar, you can then start to notice the long stretch of white beach, and when you step your feet on those sands, it’s so thick that your feet will bury to the white sands. Finally, our last stop, the 7 Commandos Beach ! A stop where there’s comfort room! I actually ran to the comfort room, but made me too tired because it was hard to run at their white beach. I love the beach right after I got off the boat. The rest of the people on the boat goes to this huge cottage so we just follow the crowd and found that they’re selling food and drinks. Be warned, it’s expensive, so bring some cash. But I was way too thirsty to think about the cost. I’ve tried their halo-halo and it was not that worth of the price. Haven’t tried their shakes, but I’ve got a feeling that it was powdered shake, not fresh fruits. We mostly spent our time at the 7 Commandos Beach chilling, just relaxing. Enjoy the people playing, kids running

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On Top at the Mines View Park

On Top at the Mines View Park

Baguio City is well-known for a lot of stuff, a lot of spots to just chill and be refreshed. I was curious and that’s why we did go to Baguio, one of the tourist spots that is top on my list is the Mines View Park. The Mines View Park is basically an overlooking view of the outskirts of Baguio. The view are mountains, the sky. If you’re from CebuPhilippines or have been in Cebu and visited Busay, or Tops view. Then you could compare it that but the Tops here in Cebu looks a lot better at night due to the city lights. In Baguio’s Mines View Park during the day is just the green mountains and the sky. A lot of people who were there said it’s refreshing, it’s beautiful, but as for someone like me who have been to mountains, saw some mountains, climb mountains, grow up in a mountain, the view is pretty ordinary. For me, as a Cebu travel blogger who have seen more beautiful view that this, what they’re saying is actually over rated. As a travel blog who goes somewhere ever

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Passing Through the Big Lagoon of El Nido

Passing Through the Big Lagoon of El Nido

The Small Lagoon of El Nido Palawan was really impressive, and hearing the name Big Lagoon as one of the lagoons included in the El Nido tour A, I set my standards to the Small Lagoon and expect a lot from the Big Lagoon. It was already about 3PM when we arrived at the Big Lagoon of El Nido, sadly, I think we lack time since there’s one more place to go after that. I’m not sure why there are kayaks that we can rent there since we’re just on our boat passing through. I think if the water level is a bit higher, we’re allowed to go down and do the kayak at the Big Lagoon. We were not even got a chance to dip there, we’re just literally passing through the Big Lagoon and go back to where we entered. Not sure if it’s same with different seasons and weather, hopefully it is. But I enjoyed the view, but still the Small Lagoon El Nido is a lot prettier and more fun to be at. On the way inside the Big Lagoon, we just do sightseeing and take pictures in front of the boat and just

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How to Renew Philippine Passport? (CEBU)

How to Renew Philippine Passport? (CEBU)

Traveling around the Philippines is great, but there are times when I was invited to go and visit a different country and one of the things that hinder me to go and do it is my passport. My passport is 19 years old, it was issued way back in 1997 when my family and I visited HongKong for a vacation. That was just it. So today, I've attempted to renew my passport, but I lack in valid IDs since I work freelance, I don't have any company ID. No worries, you visiting this travel blog to find out how to renew your Philippine passport is not a waste. My Mama was able to renew hers with no sweat, and I was there. Philippines Passport Renewal Requirements Please note of the word "renewal", I only need to renew my Philippine passport so I don't need to apply for my first passport - which is harder, as they say. So if you're looking for a post about getting your passport for the first time, I'll try to share it with you when my niece will get theirs, to

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A Walk in the Wright Park Baguio

A Walk in the Wright Park Baguio

Right after we visited the Mansion for few minutes, we walked just across it, and we’re at the Wright Park of Baguio City. We enjoyed our walk at the Pool of Pines, surrounded by pine trees and seeing other people walking, touring, and locals walking their dogs. It’s also where I bought a painting, I haven’t still put it up till now since it’s a bit pricey to have it framed. Anyway, it was more or less 10 minutes walk to the end wherein we took a bathroom break for a while, since we've been walking around from destination to destinations. The pool at the park though is nice, it’s green, but nice. Not sure if there are some fishes there, but it’s too greeny to see if there’s a living creature there. At the end of the Pool of pines, you’ll see another like open building (not really sure how to describe it and wasn’t able to take pictures of it since I was busy with my painting and thinking about the bathroom). But behind it, there are some people or locals there selling souv

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Finding the Secret Lagoon of El Nido

Finding the Secret Lagoon of El Nido

One of the destinations of El Nido tour A is the Secret Lagoon. It’s so secret that it won’t be that obvious that there’s a lagoon on that beautiful beach, on that seaside, but then the tourist will give you that idea that there’s something there and there’s that part that you can get into. But what’s in it, well, you have to check it out for yourself. We docked at the beach around 12noon. The tour guide and the boatman have to prepare our meal first so they told us that we should go to the lagoon first while preparing our lunch. So we did. They just pointed us out there, and just followed the others where they are going or where they’re from. Noticed a lot of people are going into the rocks, and no holes are obvious that you can enter until you come in really close and you’ll see the hole. Going in the Secret Lagoon is a bit tricky, and can be hard for some people. So, I’ve included that part in my vlog about the El Nido island hopping tour A so you’ll know how to get in. No

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