Sunday, May 19, 2013

The George Tapan Masterclass conquers Surigao!

Finally, one dream has come true. This June 14 to 17, I will be personally leading a tour in my most favorite destination in the Philippines - Surigao del Sur. 

If you have read my blog entries on Siargao and Surigao, you will see why this destination is truly something that should be in your bucket list. And, to make it extra special, I will be with renowned travel photographer George Tapan who will guide us in capturing every angle of Surigao's hidden beauty. 

This tour includes photography sessions with George Tapan and tours to Sohoton Caves and Jellyfish Lake. It costs only P26,000 per pax for 4D/3N. The price is inclusive of full board and water cottage accommodations (triple sharing) in Club Tara, roundtrip airport transfers from Surigao airport. Airfare not included, but can be arranged by iTravelerAsia, my newest travel agency. All taxes and other surcharges are already included. Airfare to Surigao airport can be costly though at around P6,000 to 9,000 roundtrip. Right now, it is at P6,000 round trip. 

Believe me, even though it may be quite expensive, this will be one hell of a trip, and I guarantee you a wonderful and unforgettable vacation in this hidden gem. You get all your money's worth - a hassle free vacation to an uncharted destination + a George Tapan photography workshop set at the most beautiful islands you will ever see. 

Reserve a slot now by contacting Jacob at +63 917 530 9810 or +63 2 470 1761. I hope to finally share with you first hand my glorious travels in the Philippines. This will just be one of more to come!

See my posts on Surigao and Siargao here:

Mozaic: Ubud, Bali

In every trip I take, I always make sure I visit a high calibre restaurant, whether it be one of the top restaurants in the region or a Michelin starred one. For this trip to Bali, I finally secured seats to the elusive Mozaic. 

Friday, May 17, 2013

The Purist of Ubud

As you know, I visit Bali every year. Let's say it's a pilgrimage I make already. Bali is one of my favorite spots in the world, even though it doesn't have great beaches such as ours. And when in Bali, I always take the trip up to Ubud, that quaint highlands town known for its art and culture.

The Mongolia Voyage: Part 3

After that short visit to the Terelj, I was dead set in finding another location. Unfortunately, it was just so difficult to book plane tickets to the Gobi and even just the overland tours. I also had a schedule to follow, so in the end, I surrendered to the fact that this trip will only be a glimpse of Mongolia. 


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