Japan spring is the perfect opportunity to follow the path of the pretty petals. Walked under the Sakura trees. Read a book and admire the delicate beauty they have. Hanafubuki (blizzard of falling petals) was magical. If given a chance, … Continue reading
It’s my first time to visit Baguio. I know it’s ridiculous. I live here in the Philippines most of my life and have not set foot at the summer capital. So, when this opportunity came, I was very excited. Since … Continue reading
Dasol, Pangasinan We walked along your white sand shore. I picked my beautiful shells. Just us and you. The sun didn’t stay that long so I danced in the rain for the first time. I love it and I love … Continue reading
It’s been a while since we’ve updated our blog. May is the first month this year we didn’t travel. We have a lot of catching up to do!
This month, tulips travelled to Singapore. They stayed at the Flower Dome, Gardens By The Bay. What’s so nice about this garden is that you can appreciate the flowers and plants without sweating. There were other interesting flowers and plants too. They charge a fee for seeing the flowers in the Flower Dome as well as the Cloud Forest but it is well worth the money. They carry a lot of plants and flowers which don’t normally grow here. Here are the photos I’ve taken after admiring the flowers.
Last August, my family and I went to El Nido, Palawan. It was one of the best beach getaways our family did. I finally understood why they call Palawan “umbrella” or shelter. It’s not crowded and you can literally have your own island. The white, serene beaches are very calming and relaxing.
Unlike popular belief, you can have a budget holiday in El Nido. There are lots of small hotels at Bacuit beach, El Nido. From there, you can hire boats to go for island hopping. The food there is fresh and cheap.
We stayed at La Salangane. They have a restaurant and the food was great.
Welcome to The Travel Crowd. Our blog (mostly me, but my friend contributes a lot as well) about our whereabouts in the last 6 or so years. We only thought of writing about it after going through Europe and Asia with a beat-up guidebook in one hand and fistful of luck and hope in the other. It just hit me that I have to document it. It won’t be chronological, but then again…. 🙂