Just a week after traveling to the beautiful Kaybiang Tunnel in Ternate, I went on a birthday trip to Palawan. Initially, I wanted to bring my Honda CBR to Palawan but upon checking the costs, I figured maybe next time when I get rich, so I just booked a plane ticket. It was alright with me because I knew that motorbike rental shops in Palawan are abundant. I also knew some people who are renting out their own bikes so bike condition wouldn’t be a problem.
Hi Guys, please grab the latest copy of InsideRACING Magazine (Volume 11 Number 10) and read about my journey from Metro Manila to Cebu via Bicol – Samar – Leyte, right before Typhoon Yolanda hit Visayas. Hopefully this Epic Ride will serve as a guide for future travelers who would like to travel the same route as it contains all the necessary information to help you on your trip: from the route you will take up to the RoRo details you will need. Though it is difficult, it is possible – all 3 islands and 1100 kilometers of it. Live free…
Napakaliit na bagay, ngunit napakalaki na sa kanila. The 250 km trip was definitely worth it for me. Sa mga kababayan ko sa Bogo at San Remigio sana nakatulong kahit papaano ang dala namin. Babangon tayong mga Pilipino
For those in Central Visayas, please help out in repacking goods to be delivered to the people from Bogo / Bantayan this weekend. These people lost their homes and families, and the least that we could do is to give them a little something. You may bring drinking water (1L / 1.5L Bottles), ready to eat food (none that would require any cooking like rice, noodles, etc), old clothes, etc. If you don’t have much, then you can give them your time. Feel free to give me a call at 0917-7213745 if you want to help. I will be at PITLANE RESTOBAR in A.S. Fortuna, Mandaue City this November 15th, Friday at 3 pm to help out. The ride to Bogo will be on the next day, as I (we) will be bringing the goods personally to them. #ReliefPH #YolandaPH
Cebu’s affluent gated communities located north of the Cebu City, which was developed by the same corporation that had developed Manila’s prestigious gated communities of Forbes Park, Dasmariñas Village, and Ayala Alabang. This prime subdivision is located on a hill or an elevated area, providing a breezy living environment and stunning views of the city.
Thanks for the warm welcome AMBC-Cebu! Can’t wait to conquer the TCH with you guys!
AMBC – All Motorcycle Brands Club – “A unison of friends that have the same passion for motorcycles”
*You are not measured here by what You have or what your status is. You are measured by the content of your character.
At AMBC you will never have to ride alone”
During one of my recent trips to the Province of Isabela, I chanced upon this huge fixture by the side of the main highway of Ilagan, Isabela. At first, I thought it was just some sort of a decoration. But upon looking closely, it dawned upon me that this big structure was actually one of Isabela’s Pride – as it was recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s biggest rocking chair.
DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM RECOGNIZES AVENUE PLAZA HOTEL
AS ONE OF THE TOURISM CHAMPIONS IN THE
1st GAYON BICOL AWARDS 2013
FOR ENTERPRISE SERVICE EXCELLENCE
and celebrates the award with a HOMETOWN SPECIAL – giving Bicolanos 25% discount on published room rates
To get away from the stresses of the Metro, I will be embarking on a journey to Cebu via motorbike. I went here before taking on the route from Ormoc, now I think it’s time to take either the Isabel or Palompon pump boats to bring me to the Queen City of the South.
I am currently conditioning my bike, and preparing the stuff I would be using. Preparation is key in this arduos task as this will require me to travel at least a thousand kilometers, and boarding 2 ferry boats to reach Visayas.
I plan on staying in Cebu for at least a couple of months, not only to tour, but also to de-stress and be refreshed. Not bad for a plan, eh?
The long row of windmills in Bangui, Ilocos Sur is a sight to behold. It is so unusual in the Philippines that some people travel up to 1200 kilometers by land just to see it. I even know some people who has included the Bangui Windmills in their bucket list.
I’ve been to the NorthWind Bangui Bay Project for a couple of times now, both as part of a Northern Luzon Loop solo expedition, but this time would be different.
Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, also known as Burgos Lighthouse, is a cultural heritage structure in Burgos, Ilocos Norte, that was established during the Spanish Colonial period in the Philippines. It was first lit on March 30, 1892, and is set high on Vigia de Nagpartian Hill overlooking the scenic Cape Bojeador where early galleons used to sail by. After over 100 years, it still functions as a welcoming beacon to the international ships that enter the Philippine Archipelago from the north and guide them safely away from the rocky coast of the town.