Thursday, March 29, 2012

mt timbak kabayan benguet

7:00pm we had our dinner. 7:45pm we were already on our rooms. not that we run out of things to do but it felt like it was getting colder by the minute. headache and chills. i had one of the coldest experience that night.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

PHL360 traveling soon

eight indie travelers will push the limit and move borders.
 traveling soon

Sunday, March 25, 2012

kabayan mummies timbak

"where do you think the mummy caves are?" our guide Vince asked while we were looking at wide vantage of the mountain range. pointed at one hill with a farm on top "no. that's the witch mountain" answered the guide smiling.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

the mind museum taguig

it is like entering a modern world with a great display of the planets and the science that formed through time. The Mind Museum has finally opened its doors to the public and was fortunate enough to have the chance to explore it on its soft opening.
a walk inside this state-of-the-art museum merged the amazing facts identified decades ago and the creative ideas of man. a journey to five sections and up to two hundred fifty hands-on interactive exhibits.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

el encuentro lois y monette

they would go solo on some trips that makes them look really tough but when i met them i can say that Lois and Monette are among the sweetest Filipina travel bloggers. both of them writes for a tandem travel blog, which are also considered to be among the coolest in the country. i have yet to join them on a trip and that's what im looking forward to doing this year. here to feature two Filipina travelers and their brief travel profile.
                                                      "el encuentro" 
lois yasay                                            blogger                                 monette fernandez
sole sisters                                             blog                                               flip'n travels

germany                                          farthest north                                hong kong, china
indonesia                                         farthest south                                           indonesia
united states of america                    farthest east                                         bohol, phils
united states of america                    farthest west                                             sri lanka

southern germany to france              longest road trip                     siem reap to  bangkok
banmaw to mandalay (myanmar)       longest boat trip                   trip to caramoan islands
manila to usa                                  longest plane trip                            flight to sri lanka
jodhpur to goa (india)                      longest train trip                                        none yet

grosser mythen (switzerland)               highest point                                      mt kinabalu
samal island (davao)                           deepest swim          none (don't know how to swim) 
kalaw to inlay lake                              longest trek                                         mt kinabalu
moung nga (laos)                                 hardest trek                                        mt kinabalu

money                                          item/s lost in a trip                                       umbrella
protection bracelet from a shaman item/s given on a trip                    beer cozy from bali
bugs in laos                                     worst food eaten                   all spicy food and balut 
1. farthest places reached are referenced from Manila (with Manila to Europe as West and Manila to Guam as East).
2. records here are subject to update. as we know travelers break their records from time to time. records here are updated as of this posting

previously featured:

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

timbak trail kabayan benguet

the route to Timbak Mummy Caves via the kilometer 55 of Halsema Highway gives way to a relatively easier access. the hike up with some few stops can only take about an hour and a half and with those who often trek, it would even be shorter.


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