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Green travel is traveling with a heart for the environment. It’s a kind of travel wherein you protect the places you visit, allowing others to enjoy every tourist spot even after you’ve left. It promotes sustainability and responsible tourism too. It’s significant. That’s for sure. But how can you have a green lifestyle when you’re traveling? Here are some tips for you: Transportation An airy trip Need to go someplace Continue Reading
If you’ve read my post about Sirao Flower Garden, you’ll know that this was part of our DIY tour in the Queen City of the South, which we finished in one day. Tops Lookout offers an excellent view of Cebu thanks to its location. The tourist spot, located at Barangay Malubog, Busay, Cebu City, is popular because there is no better place to take a good look at Cebu City Continue Reading
Last June, with so little time on our hands, I and two of my closest friends planned a DIY tour in Cebu City, Philippines. The first one on our list was Sirao Flower Garden in Busay. Also referred to as Sirao Flower Farm, the garden boasts of its flower varieties that will attract your eyes as soon as you enter the garden. Note: Currently, there are two gardens in Sirao; we Continue Reading
Are you aware that there are 256 shades of grey if you use an anti-aliasing software but only 30-50 shades are perceptible to the human eye? Likewise, there’s more to the Philippines than meets the eye. By and large, when the word “tourism” reaches their auditory nerves, people think about hotels, sightseeing, travels, and income. Tourism actually brings in large amounts of income in payment for goods and services available, Continue Reading