Friday, November 25, 2016

How you can save on your travelling trips

I started to travel last year but never really focus on it until this year 2016 of January. Travelling means expense and I normally pay for my airfare and other overhead. Here are some ideas that a friend gave me to save on my travelling expenses and I am sharing this to you as well

For Flight: i.e., Your BUDGET is Business/First Class
You may book either
1. Econmy Class
 2. Low Cost Carrier (Budget Airline)
3. Connecting Flight instead of Direct
4. Connecting Flight and Low Cost Carrier
5. Early Morning Departure
6. Red-Eye Flight (Early Morning Arrival)
7. Flew Standby (Chance Passenger)
8. Discounted Rate
 9. Bundled Package
10. Deal Through Online Site
11. Deal Through Last Minute Booking
8. Cheaper Airport

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Why do you need to do Family Outing

Having five kids that has a busy schedule is a stress to our get together; there are so many things that hinder us from being one.  But as they say, when you are a mom; you will definitely find ways of doing so that that you could be able to share and experience activities and create memories along the way.

But just how can we do that, how can we detach ourselves on our daily stress and expose new experience to our kids and connect each other as one family. All this can only be accomplish via family vacation. It would sound expense but then again, no money can replace the memories and happiness that would be felt during the family vacation. Family vacation promotes positive ties and vibes.

Family vacation is a team bonding and it definitely is a moment for communications; getting updated on plans of one another and seeing them grow on their own two feet


It definitely helps if the place that we could visit helps us along the way.

Friday, November 18, 2016

Where to Stay in Coron: Darayonan Lodge

Coron, a place where I dream of going someday.

Last November 5, my dream became a reality when I finally visit Coron.  Coron is a first class municipality in the province of Palawan. . It is the commercial capital of the Calamian Islands

Check out the amazing places, faces and food that I enjoy during my stay in Coron.
It was a blessing when I was able to get a promo fare  to fly in Coron because normally it would cost you around 6 to 7 thousand for a round trip; so be sure to be on the lookout for seat sales or peso deal from airlines.  My flight was in afternoon and thankfully my flight was not delayed compared to other airlines.

The first that surprise me is the type of airplane that we are going to use, sanay kasi ako malalaki but this time, it was a small plane lang pala. The reason for this is that, maliit lang pala ang runway ng Busuanga Airport but then again, what matter is; I landed safely
Upon arrival in Coron, vans are actually waiting outside and names are posted for your convenience; para wala ng hanapan at sigawan.  My driver was accommodating enough to wait for me as I took few photos of the airport.

It was an enjoyable 35 minutes ride from the airport to the town proper where I would spend the night. I seated beside the driver to make sure that I could enjoy the scenery

For my first night, I stay at Darayonan Lodge

Darayonan is a Cuyonon word that literally means a place to stay. To the traveler, it connotes a place of sanctuary where one can feel safe, relax, de-stress, and re-charge. Darayonan Lodge tries to be such a place to its guests.

Highlights of the place

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Four before forty: Exciting destinations to tick off your go-to list

Thanks to budget airlines, the world has truly become everyone’s oyster. Today’s globetrotters are no longer an exclusive club of the privileged—with record-low airfares, rewarding one’s self with the perfect holiday has never been easier. Everyone’s dream destination is now within reach, with more choices available even to the budget-conscious. Here are some of the most exciting destinations to check off your list before you hit the big 4-0.

1.         Batanes
The Philippines’ northernmost province is its own little version of New Zealand. Batanes’ windswept hills and dramatic cliffs have captured the imagination of many, and its relative seclusion (on some days of the week, there’s only one flight to its capital Basco) has added to its charm. Some also come to seek the Ivatan people’s unique yet simple way of living, making it a perfect place to unwind.