Flying from Clark Airport & Experiencing Philippine Airlines Inaugural Clark-Siargao Flight

Flying from Clark Airport & Experiencing PAL’s Inaugural Clark-Siargao Flight

Flying from Clark Airport — A Cheaper Option?

It all started when I found a relatively cheap direct flight to Siargao from Clark Airport with Philippine Airlines. It was Php 4k roundtrip, and a month before my flight date. A week later, I booked the same flight for a friend that was joining me, and hers cost only Php 2k roundtrip! One of those moments that I wish I had waited a bit longer, haha. Flying from Clark Airport is possibly cheaper and definitely a worthwhile option to look into. It draws some congestion away from NAIA and getting there from Manila is now convenient, too!

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How We Did Surigao + Siargao in 4 Days

I’ve always wanted to visit the Enchanted River and find what the hype was all about over at Siargao. Together with my friends, we hit two birds with one stone and finally made it happen! Instead of only documenting through Snapchat, I thought I’d be more intentional in properly filming this trip. So here it is: 4 friends on a 4-day trip squeezed in 4 minutes#TeamGaoGao

See photos and a detailed map of our itinerary after the jump:

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5 reasons you'll fall in love with Zambales & Talisayen Cove

5 Reasons You’ll Fall in Love with Talisayen Cove in Zambales

On the west coast of Central Luzon lies the province of Zambales, home to many natural wonders. Known among them are the beach coves, consisting of (by order of popularity): Anawangin, Nagsasa, Talisayen, and Silanguin. Each one guaranteed to make you fall in love with. This particular post focuses on Talisayen Cove, but it shouldn’t be much different from the others except perhaps by volume of visitors.

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Exploring Southern Mindanao: Sarangani + South Cotabato

Exploring Southern Mindanao: Sarangani + South Cotabato

Wanting an adventure away from the usual hotspots around the country, my friends and I spontaneously booked a flight to General Santos City (or GenSan, for short) in Mindanao. But why GenSan?! No reason— other than it was the cheapest we could find during one of Cebu Pacific’s crazy seat sales. There were nine of us at the time of booking— but a couple of days before our departure, two of them backed out due to work opportunities. Still, seven of us as a group was the biggest I’ve travelled with, and it turned out to be quite a blast!

I have to admit that when I think about GenSan, the only thing that comes to mind is that it’s the hometown of Manny Pacquiao and Melai

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