Showing posts from April, 2018

Daytrip to Cabongaoan Beach, Pangasinan

Working 6 days in a week and having just a single day off is quite stress-full. Maybe were on the same boat thinking of how can we maximize our one day off and do something that will take our stress away.

Thank God, Travel is always there. Traveling is always the answer. lol Perhaps your'e thinking now. "Is it really possible to travel for just a single day?" "Are you going to enjoy that?" Well for me, Its a big big yes! Tried and tested. Ever since, I'm really fan of joining a tour- Especially a day trip because I do only have a limited time. Well, A budget too! 
Traveling from Manila to Pangasinan is fairly expensive, Especially when you're traveling solo. The best option is to join a tour to cut the expenses. Can you imagine, For just 999 pesos or 20 Dollars, I was able to go the beach,  had fun and made new friends.
PS: Luckily, Was able to convince some of my friends to join with me
Here we go, Allow me to take you in our joiner tour trip last 2017…

Fantasy World – Abandoned Themepark

Fantasy world-The abandoned themepark in Batangas was built in 2001, In attempt to rival “The happiest place on earth”, Disneyland.

It was previously owned by a Japanese business man who is suddenly ran-out of money & had to leave the park, In an unfinished state.
The fact that the park was abandoned, You could still easily tell and see the potential of the park.

Its now currently run and maintained by the home owners.  For a fee of Php 1,000 for up to 10 person, Visitor like us can stil enjoy the medieval-theme park. The main attraction are the fountains, colorful rides, castle & the hanging bridge.

REVIEW: I really find the place beautiful though it was abandoned for years. Even though the rides there are not working, You can still enjoy and have fun in the place by just taking pictures because its really an instagramable one. I just hope that one day, someone will make this fantasy world operational. Just like the happiest place on earth, Disneyland. The potential is reall…

Villa Elma - A place never to forget

Lucban, A municipality in Quezon Province located at the foot of Mt. Banahaw is famous for Its "Pahiyas Festival" and so-called "Longganisang Lucban." but did you know that there's a Nature park in the field which perfectly fits for contemplating that will provide you rest and give you peace.

Villa Elma Nature Park
A mediation and a prayer site. It offers an opportunity to experience mountain and its many wonders.  Originally, It was built as a private rest house in 1992 as an expression of One Man's love for his family, friends and human spirit. It is his escape from the daily struggles of life into a world of wonder and imagination. After decades of secluded privacy, Last june 2016, Villa Elma is now open to the public.

One thing that I really liked in Villa Elma, Just upon entering, you will already feel the warm and welcoming ambiance as well as the the deep sense of peace and privacy. Backgrounded by the misty mystique of Mt. Banahaw.

We stayed at thei…