Whale Sharks & Mayon Volcano in Legazpi

Last updated: January 31st, 2016 | in Legazpi | Luzon | Traveling

Are you an early riser? If not, then you should just get out of your comfort zone for a couple of days when you visit Legazpi, the biggest town in Bicol near the southeastern end of Luzon (the biggest and most populated island in the Philippines). It takes about 10 hours by bus or 1 hour …
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Almost Surreal: Banaue and Batad Rice Terraces

Last updated: January 31st, 2016 | in Banaue | Luzon | Traveling

Most people who never visited the Philippines before think all this country has to offer are beautiful beaches and a few dangerous volcanoes as well as regular natural disasters such as earthquakes and typhoons (because they heard of them in the news). But guess what, there is so much more to this fantastic country and …
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This is one of the first posts on Philippines Redcat and before I start writing about the fun stuff (oh my god what epic times are ahead of us) I think it’s a good idea to cover some of the basics. And that would definitely include discussing the different means of transport options you have in …
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Manila Highlights

Last updated: September 13th, 2016 | in Luzon | Manila | Traveling

For most guys who come to the Philippines, the capital of Manila is only a short stopover before continuing the journey upcountry to the rice paddies of Banaue, the historical town of Baguio, the impressive Mayon Volcano in Legazpi or to one of the 7,000 or so islands. But guess what, there is a lot more …
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