One Lovely Blog Award


A heartfelt thank you to Vasudha of Traveldefined for the One Lovely Blog Award nomination. I am a newbie in this blogging world and I am so overwhelmed that a fellow blogger recognized me. ❤ I strongly urge everyone to visit her blog, and dig in to the spontaneity of her travel adventures. 🙂

The conditions for the award are:

1. Thank the blogger who gives it and link back to the blog.
2. Tell the person who nominated you, 7 things about yourself.
3. Nominate 15 bloggers and let them know about the award.

7 facts:
1. I love Christmas. Best-loved season of the year. Seems everyone is in good spirit.
2. I’m scared of iguanas.
3. Lemonade fan.
4. I’m a tea drinker. Totally adore peppermint.
5. I can watch LOTR trilogy over and over and over again.
6. My favorite patterns are stripes and polka dots.
7. I will forever be amazed in fireworks.

Nominees in no order:
1. Corners of the World
2. My Favourite Past time
3. A life moment
4. Indahs: travel story and photography
5. The Urge to Wander
6. Bucket list Publications
7. Why is a raven like a writing desk
8. Travelling the World Solo
9. Outlook in Life
10. Slices of Life through Lens
11. Cooking with a Wallflower
12. Travel the Unknown
13. Small Town Girls Midnight Trains
14. La Vie C’est Bella
15. Aminelle Nali – Splendiferous Doses of Happiness

Thank you! ❤

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Fall in love with the natural wonders and relish this province’s old charm.


1. Tarsier. Watch the smallest living primate in the world sleep (or wide awake) in their natural habitat.

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Capturing postcard-pretty scenery in every angle. Panglao Island is a piece of heaven.


Fine white sand stretching on the shore. Crystal clear waters. Canopy of green trees. Friendly locals. Everything in this place is simply divine.


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More than the pristine beaches and the famed Sinulog festival, this thriving city has a pile of what to do list you shouldn’t miss.



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Cebu Calling: Swimming with Whale Sharks in Oslob

Plunge deep into the sea and meet the gentle giants of the Queen City of the South.
Once a quiet fishing town, Oslob now has been welcoming flock of tourists all over the world for one main reason, whale shark watching. Compared to the whale sharks in Donsol, the one in Cebu are domesticated. Locally known as tuki, these creatures relies on krill (small shrimps) that those fishermen-cum-tourist guides generously fed with their hands.


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