List of cancelled flights due to radar maintenance in March

MANILA– In relation to the announcement of scheduled maintenance of an air traffic radar in Tagaytay City, major commercial airline operators in NAIA cancelled hundred of flights from March 6 to 11.  Check the full list of cancelled flights below.  MARCH 6 Philippine Airlines 2021 – Manila-Masbate 2022 – Masbate-Manila 2265 – Manila-Naga 2266 –…

Jomalig Island: Maldives of PH

MANILA — Located far off the eastern coast of Quezon province, Jomalig Island continuously  amuse every guest that will step on its pinkish sand and beautiful landscape. Not to mention its clear and blue waters, it’s undeniable that this island offers an amazing weekend getaway. To be honest, of all the beaches that I’ve been…

Balinese inspired staycation experience at Cintai Corito’s Garden

BATANGAS – Nestled on the uphill of Lipa along Leviste Highway, Cintai Coritos Garden is a haven for those who want to detoxify from the hassle city life. The resort is only two to three hours away from Manila, making it one of the closest place for a quick break. The Balinese inspired resort has a well…

The quiet town of Candon

MANILA – You might have heard of Candon before, especially if you’re traveling to well known spots in Ilocos Norte or Sur. A month ago, I was assigned for a 4 day seminar in Ilocos Sur and fortunately my team agreed to my plea of staying in the city, than the usual hotels in Vigan. …

PHOTO: Cowrie Island, Palawan

PUERTO PRINCESA– We went to Cowrie Island for a day trip, our hotel (Aziza Paradise Hotel) arranged the trip for us but the boatmen told me that a day tour in the island cost Php 1,500 ($30). The Island is truly awesome, and Honda bay is simply a paradise to lounge in. We had our…

Exploring some of Samar’s best adventure spots

CATBALOGAN — Samar is finally receiving its well-deserved attention when it comes to tourism. And just a year ago, my friends from other publications were able to see and enjoy what this province has to offer. The trip which is initiated by the former governor of Samar to bring the province to the map of…

For love is like hiking and hiking is love

Love will always find a way to conquer doubts, fear, and hate. It strengthen knees on steep trails, it provides the freshest air and it will grasp you in every cliff. For love is like hiking and hiking is love. #BundokisPagibig — Gillian Gacuma

Beach camping experience at Playa la Caleta

MANILA — Summer is still far from reality and we just had the holiday breaks but for travelers like me, every weekend is always an opportunity to discover new destinations.  Located at the edge of  Morong, Bataan, Playa La Caleta is a rising beach destination that boast an amusing tropical scenery and clear sea waters abundant with diverse marine…

Makati’s comfort and affordability in one hotel

MANILA – Whether on business or leisure, every traveler hopes for certain things: inexpensive but comfortable accommodations, the convenience of getting around with ease, and the ability to cover more activities in less time. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case when traveling to Makati. Located along Evangelista Street, aurumOne Makati Suites is a haven in…

TEAM Mag & Blued launched first Filipino gay web series

MANILA — Blued and Philippines’ only gay magazine TEAM Magazine recently launched Hanging Out, a gay web series featuring  a twenty-something sketch artist, that becomes an accidental party-crasher when a Grindr hookup sends him to the wrong address. The awkwardness creeps in once everyone realizes the mistake. In an interview with CNN Philippines during the show’s premiere night,…

Camping at Mt. Ulap

MANILA — It’s no doubt that Mt. Ulap rose as a new hiking destination in upland north. Roofing at 1,846 MASL it peaks through the Lingayen gulf in Pangasinan in the west, Mt. Arayat in the south and the some of the famous Cordillera mountains on the east. Average temperature here ranges from 10 to 15…