Going to Bohol meant quite a detour, but I couldn’t NOT visit the Philippine’s 10th biggest island- there were tarsiers to be seen and Chocolate Hills to be climbed!
Even though it was different from what I had expected, Boracay turned out to be the paradise I was hoping for – the days spent at the glorious White Beach, the nights spent dancing!
I expected to hate Manila, but I ended up having a terrific time there and even spent more time in the city that I had wanted! Read to find out what made Manila so great for me..
How much money does it cost to travel in the Philippines? I am breaking down my expenses in detail for you: accommodation, food, drinks, tours and transportation.
Palawan was the last stop on my Philiippines island hopping adventure and I couldn’t have chosen a better place for the grand finale than the world’s most beautiful island!
This photo essay sums up my travels through the Philippines – enjoy my favorite pictures from the place that turned out to become one of my favorite Asian countries!
Bohol was the only island in the Philippines that I visited NOT for beaches and snorkeling, but for wildlife (tarsiers!) and the natural wonder of the Chocolate Hills.
Siquijor had not been in my original plans for the Philippines, but I am so glad that I ended up there – this island paradise became one of my favorite places in the Philippines!
As it turned out, I had saved the best for last: El Nido, my last stop on my island hopping trip through the Philippines, turned out to be absolutely stunning.