Blog Posts - Siquijor



Water and Sands in the Philippines

Just a few days ago Cebu registered a high 44.1 degrees heat index according to PAG-ASA Mactan. According to the said local state weather bureau, the heat index (also called human discomfort index) is the actual temperature felt by the body based on...
by Bisdak Travels on Apr 25, 2016

Unsere Backpacking Reiseroute auf den Philippinen

Wir möchten euch in diesem Artikel einfach nur unsere Reiseroute, die wir in knapp 4 Monaten auf den Philippinen gereist sind vorstellen. Nach und nach werden die einzelnen Artikel in der Karte verlinkt. Ihr könnt in der Karte zoomen und euch so be...
by Auszeitnomaden on Apr 11, 2016

Dining around Siquijor

Even before I have set foot in Siquijor, I have been warned by those who have gone there that food in the island can be expensive. They were right on that account because most of the restaurants, are owned or partly owned by foreigners who most proba...
by First-time Travels on Apr 7, 2016

Staying at San Juan Community Development Cooperative, Siquijor

I was browsing through my Facebook timeline when I saw my friend, Mags Dizon, posting photos of her Siquijor trip. I was immediately taken and instantly remembered other friends who also went to the island a few months back. The idea of going to Siqu...
by First-time Travels on Apr 5, 2016

5 Heritage Landmarks in Siquijor

So,  I was able to enjoy the natural attractions of Siquijor Island. But apart from its beaches, waterfalls, springs, and other natural beauties, Siquijor is also rich in history, with a number of heritage churches sprawled across the six municipali...
by First-time Travels on Apr 2, 2016

Siquijor Beaches, Waterfalls, Spring Parks and Marine Sanctuaries

I have enumerated in my previous post about the various ways to get to Siquijor. Searching for the beautiful attractions to visit in Siquijor, the beaches best for swimming, the natural sights to see, the waterfalls to check, spring parks to spend so...
by First-time Travels on Mar 31, 2016

First-time in Siquijor Island

Siquijor is said to be a mystical island in the Philippines because of the presence of healers in this 338-square kilometer area. Even when I was small I have heard a lot of these stories from our elders. And while my sister and I were recently in Si...
by First-time Travels on Mar 28, 2016

Siquijor – Auszeit auf der Hexeninsel

Die kleine Insel Siquijor ist 337 km2 groß, liegt südwestlich von Negros und nördlich von Mindanao und war unsere zweite Insel, die wir auf unserer Philippinen-Reise besucht haben. Heute nehmen wir euch mit auf eine Rundfahrt über die kleine und...
by Auszeitnomaden on Mar 26, 2016

Why Cambugahay Falls In Siquijor Is Unique?

The magical Siquijor is both feared and revered by locals. It’s the place to go, if you’re looking for a boroboro, or witch doctor. The Provincial Tourism Department has a list of “official healers”, or [...] The post Why Camb...
by Philippine Islands on Jul 31, 2015

Photo Wednesday: Enchanting Siquijor

Larena, Siquijor (‘Siquijor information from Wikipedia Website‘) Siquijor (Tagalog pronunciation: [sikiˈhor], Cebuano: Lalawigan sa Siquijor, Tagalog: Lalawigan ng Siquijor) is an island province of the Philippines located in the Central...
by Lagawan on May 6, 2015

Style (and Packing) Tips for Vacation Travels

This blog sure had a very long hiatus. To make a year-long story short, I got a promotion last year and work stuff just piled up. But a friend of mine reminded me that I have a blog. And I thought, "Summer's just around the corner. It's an excellent...
by The Clothes Muse on Feb 21, 2015

The Truth about Siquijor in the Philippines

STORY: Finally making the trip to this island took me three years due to unforeseen circumstances such as impeccable weather forecasts, sudden acceptance of a job, and the impossible myths this... Backpacking trips around The Philippines, Asia and B...
by Pinoy Boy Journals on Oct 8, 2014

Travel Notes from Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines

This is my first and last post before i head back home! booo! I got so dark from all my beach trips, snorkeling excursions and motorbike rides. I just ripped a hundred kilometers on the road,... Backpacking trips around The Philippines, Asia and Bey...
by Pinoy Boy Journals on Sep 11, 2014

Travel Notes from Dumaguete, Negros Oriental

This is my first and last post before i head back home! booo! I got so dark from all my beach trips, snorkeling excursions and motorbike rides. I just ripped a hundred kilometers on the road,... Backpacking trips around The Philippines, Asia and Bey...
by Pinoy Boy Journals on Sep 10, 2014

Guest Post: The Five Best Places in the Philippines for Retirees

(Photo credits: Aleksandr Zykov / Flickr) After years of hard work, diligence, and dedication, it is finally time to take a much-deserved rest away from the hustle and bustle of city life. It is time to visit and potentially settle in that beautiful...
by Adrenaline Romance on Aug 26, 2014

Guest Post: The Five Best Places in the Philippines for Retirees

(Photo credits: Aleksandr Zykov / Flickr) After years of hard work, diligence, and dedication, it is finally time to take a much-deserved rest away from the hustle and bustle of city life. It is time to visit and potentially settle in that beautiful...
by Adrenaline Romance on Aug 21, 2014

Guest Post: Top Five Places in the Philippines to Retire

It is never too early to make retirement plans in order to prepare yourself for in terms of financing and security. Typically, retirement is associated with an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, and retirees always think of living somewh...
by Adrenaline Romance on Aug 21, 2014

Top Ten Places to Visit in Siquijor

Siquijor has magic, in heaps of it. The famed and feared island of Siquijor- known for its shamans, folk healers and sorcerers- is almost a taboo to Filipinos. Ask anyone, and you will probably get a fair chance to be warned to stay well away. They c...
by Philippine Travel Forum on Jun 5, 2014

Top Ten Places to Visit in Siquijor

Siquijor has magic, in heaps of it. The famed and feared island of Siquijor- known for its shamans, folk healers and sorcerers- is almost a taboo to Filipinos. Ask anyone, and you will probably get a fair chance to be warned to stay well away. They c...
by Philippine Travel Forum on Jun 5, 2014

Isla: A GMA News and Public Affairs Summer Special with Solenn Heussaff and Mikael Daez

Catch ISLA, a GMA News and Public Affairs Summer Special which will air this May 11, 10:45 pm on SNBO, GMA 7, after Imbestigador. It is an exciting special as Solenn Heussaff and Mikael Daez explore 6 marvelous islands out of the 7,107 islands in the...
by The Philippines and Beyond on May 8, 2014


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