Blog Posts - Batangas



HE BREWS CAFE BATANGAS (Update!)

A year back, I found myself having good times with friends in this cafe. And today, me and my boyfriend always want to keep on coming back simply because we are truly satisfied with their foods. Please read my previous blog post about Hebrews Cafe he...
by Myxilog on Aug 28, 2016

Hugot Cafe, Batangas

After work, my best friend and I went to this cafe without even dilly dallying just because it's been years since we had our time together. And besides, on the 24th, it will be our 16th year anniversary of being best of friends. Though there's a lot...
by Myxilog on Aug 19, 2016

Masasa Beach in Tingloy Island

Aside from Burot Beach,  the Masasa Beach in Tingloy Island is one of the unspoiled beached in Batangas. It features white coastline, pristine water and some rock formations. It's  three-hour land trip and a 45- minute motorboat ride from M...
by Travel Tropa on Jul 13, 2016

Church of San Juan, Batangas

Last May 22, 2016 our photography club visited the town of San Juan in Batangas. It’s famous for its beaches. No other than Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO) chief Noelito M Pasco toured us to this wonderful, quiet town of...
by el toro bumingo on Jul 7, 2016

July 23 2016 declared holiday in Batangas – Apolinario Mabini Day

The country will be marking the 152nd birth anniversary of hero and revolutionary leader Apolinario Mabini this July 23, Saturday. The day is a special [read more]...
by The Filipino Scribe on Jul 5, 2016

Layag-Layag Beach - An Ideal Beach Camp Destination 4 Hours Away from Manila!

During my previous hike to Mt. Pico De Loro, I was able to speak to a guide that helped us climb up to the summit of that mountain. He told me that there is a beautiful beach called Layag-Layag that is free and very accessible from Manila. I immedia...
by Angelo The Explorer on Jun 15, 2016

Team Building at Hesperides Beach Front Resort - Lian, Batangas

Finally, another travel-related blog post! Got tons of backlog about my travels late last year and early this year on which, I am hopeful, to find time to write about my experiences and how it turns out. One thing is for sure, it was an all-out fun&n...
by The Daily Posh on Jun 12, 2016

The Mangroves of San Juan, Batangas

Last May 22, 2016 our photography club had the chance to visit the quiet town of San Juan, Batangas. This is in line with their photography contest that aims to showcase the best of what the town can offer. One of the highlights of our trip to San...
by el toro bumingo on Jun 3, 2016

Family Outing at Bernabeach Resort + Cliff Diving at Bamboo Beach

I blogged about this resort last 2014 and until now, it's the most read post in my blog. I don't know why. Haha. Nico was the one who discovered this place and he shared it with the gang 2 years ago during one of our random out of town trips. In...
by Drowning Equilibriums on May 5, 2016

Johanna's Grille, Batangas

It's been 9 months. Woah, time flies real quick. This time, we are celebrating our "monthsary" in Batangas, unlike the past months, when I went to Europe, we ate out somewhere with snow. It is just too bad that most of the time, it is my hard days wi...
by Myxilog on Apr 20, 2016

Myx Travels; Tingloy, Batangas Part II

If you've been an avid reader of this blog of mine (well, that's impossible, I guess, LOL.), you have probably read the post I made about Tingloy, Batangas last year. (You can read my post here, in case you are interested.) I've been in Maricaban las...
by Myxilog on Apr 13, 2016

Peninsula de Punta Fuego

Lots of fun at Long Beach, Peninsula de Punta FuegoWe had been two times already , anyone who wants to avail the use of facilities , amenities and services of this club must apply for membership or secure a letter of endorsement from any member of th...
by Pictourista on Apr 7, 2016

Mount Maculot

Mt. Maculot - Rockies (706+)Rockies-Summit-Grotto Traverse (930+)Source: http://www.pinoymountaineer.comWe met up at  JAC Liner in Buendia-LRT at 5.00amEveryone was asleep once we've hopped on the bus since it was really early. We got to sl...
by Explored and Experienced on Mar 12, 2016

Fortune Island, Nasugbu Batangas

Enthralled by Lakwatserongsulit's blog post about the island. I pursued myself and several friends to tag along on my impending trip. Was able to ask a friend for his car while he is away. One of the perfect date's to catch the sun and the beach toge...
by Norse God on Mar 4, 2016

Enjoying Tagaytay’s Chilly Breeze

For those wanting a quick respite from the congestion, pollution and fast-paced life in the metro, the Tagaytay is the destination to go. Tagaytay is only about two hours away from Metro Manila but the contrast between the two locations is very strik...
by The Introverted Weekender on Feb 14, 2016

Taal Volcano: A Small but Terrible Natural Wonder

In our Social Studies, Science, and Philippine History classes during our elementary school years, our teachers usually ask us to enumerate some natural geological wonders of the Philippines. One of the wonders that most often come up is beautiful Ta...
by Adrenaline Romance on Dec 7, 2015

Scuba Diving in Twin Rock and Cathedral, Anilao: An Adventure-Filled Affair with an Alien World

There is a land so alien, mysterious, and dangerous that we barely know anything about it. Yet, this place is very near us; it starts where the green plains end and the azure sea begins. Yes, we are talking about the beautiful, colorful empire beneat...
by Adrenaline Romance on Dec 3, 2015

December 8 2015 declared a holiday in Batangas

The province of Batangas in Southern Luzon will be celebrating its 434th foundation anniversary this coming Tuesday, December 8. It is referred to as “Ala Eh! Festival,” which was derived from the common expression attributed to Batangue...
by The Filipino Scribe on Dec 3, 2015

Mt. Maculot: Listening to the Whispers of Mother Nature

What does a mountain tell you? In this much quieter part of the land, you can hear its soft voice. A mountain may proudly share its treasures. It may weep in agony. It may teach you lessons in life. And it wordlessly tells you its poignant story. For...
by Adrenaline Romance on Nov 25, 2015

The Yard; Burgers and Sausages

It's been a while, yeah, it's really been a while since I really had some time visiting some burger shops. The last time was when we had dinner at Burger King Lipa after the meeting, and that was just simply awesome. Sorry, I don't want to turn my bl...
by Myxilog on Nov 11, 2015


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