Are You Ready to See Japan?

Indeed, if you were asked today, would you say you are ready for Japan? Are you ready to walk its streets, eat its distinct cuisine, enjoy its culture? This island country located in East Asia has so much to offer for the traveler in you. There is something to discover in each city of Japan, in each of its prefecture. […]

Travel Photo of the Week 20

Last December, Daryl and I had the opportunity to travel again to Surigao, this time with friends from church. One of the places we checked out was the Tinago Holiday Resort. We get to sail across the river on that raft that Daryl is standing on 🙂 The sun was hot but a swim in the river was cool.

Summertime in Phuket 1

I had originally thought of writing one single post about that lovely summer when Alice (my co-author of this blog) and I together with our husbands (Daryl and Geoff) and friend, Gloria spent several days in Phuket. But then there were so many lovely memories and so many photos (!) that I thought I should really just write 2 or […]

Fairytale Brownies Spring Deluxe Combo Giveaway

Calling all brownie lovers out there! Here’s your chance to win not just a couple of brownies but a Combo Pack and from a “delicious” brand, too! Welcome To Our Fairytale Brownies Spring Deluxe Combo Giveaway~ Hosted By Tammie’s Reviews, Giveaways and More And Sponsored By Fairytale Brownies If you have a sweet tooth, Then this is a company for […]

Crystal Cave (Part 3 of 3)

The third cave we visited is aptly named Crystal Cave due to the glittering and shimmering stalactites and stalagmites all around us. The cave is 157 meters long by 12 meters. Our guide told us that this cave used to be difficult to explore but a metal walkway was installed which made exploring the cave so much easier.     […]

Panligawan and Pandalihan Caves (Part 2 of 3)

After sorting out how to get there and where to find the caves in the map which was part 1 of this series, let me tell you about the caves.   Panligawan Cave This cave is a dead cave, meaning the stalactites and stalagmites are not growing anymore as the roof of the chamber collapsed, apparently in the 1960s. It’s […]

3 Enchanting Caves in Mabinay, Negros Oriental (Part 1 of 3)

As I was planning our trip to Dumaguete, while researching for places to go I saw a photo of a cave in the images in Google. It caught my eye and I began looking in earnest about a place called Mabinay. Although “Mabinay Caves” is mentioned a lot in the net, the caves are actually NOT at Mabinay town proper […]