How many islands there are in the Philippines would depend on whether it is low tide or high tide, always alluding to the famous Miss Universe Q&A back in '94 (lol). As a child, I always questioned that idea. How was it even possible for the sea to create islands and let them vanish within a day?
So the idea of "Vanishing" Islands across the archipelago has long been in my head. When I heard about the one in Sto. Domingo, Albay, I wanted to sea, I mean see it.hehe
It was Friday, yes TGIF, when I and a bunch of friends arranged a day tour to the island. The Vanishing Island of Sto. Domingo, ...
Ang Busay Falls ay isang popular na day trip destination para sa mga lokal na turista sa weekend lalo na sa panahon ng mainit na buwan ng Marso, Abril, at Mayo. Ito ay nakatago sa isang gubat na bundok sa sentro ng bayan ng Malilipot sa Albay.
Ang talon ay nasa 5 kilometro mula sa Tabaco City proper, 20 kilometro sa hilagang Legaspi City at madaling mapupuntahan sa pamamagitan ng parehong mga pribado at pampublikong transportasyon.
Ito ay itinuturing na isa sa mga pinakamataas na talon sa bansa pababang sa mga yugto mula sa taas na 250 metro cascading sa pitong maliit na pool.
Ang t ...
I was curious of what Albay has to offer when it introduced one of the famous attraction known today as the Vanishing Island. I have already seen a lot of this kind of island in the provinces of Davao, Samar and Camiguin and all of them were stunning and did not disappoint me. Last weekend,together with my college friends, we jump started our 2016 summer experience in this island. Little did I know, I would go all sepanx ("separation anxiety") after our Vanishing Island adventure.
Vanishing Island can be found at Malilipot Albay, but can be accessed via the port of Bacacay, Albay. Too compl ...
The streets of this city became a living display of the many forms that the town's most famous product, abaca, can take??"a giant chair, a giant jar, a giant gown.
Abaca was unmistakably the star of the show as the town celebrated its Lubid (Rope) Festival on Monday.
Now in its fourth year, Lubid Festival (July 1-15) seeks to promote abaca and the town's other products in the country and abroad.
Emma Bordeos, Malilipot tourism officer, said the town sent out street dancers in colorful costumes and paraded giant handicraft products to showcase the craft of artisans and the hard work of ...
MTV of Lubid Festival, Street Dance Competition at Malilipot, Albay.