Dinagyang 2023 Results
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by Aldrick 'chiki' Agpaoa
1w ago
As one of the major festivals in the Philippines paying homage to the Sto. Niño (Child Jesus), Dinagyang 2023 is a comeback that everyone else are anticipating. After a 2-year hiatus wherein the festival was held online because of the Covid-19 pandemic, it did not stop Dinagyang to showcase their devotion and revelry. Read also: My Dinagyang 2023 Festival Experience Dinagyang 2023 Major Highlights Dinagyang 2023 was highlighted by three of the major events of the festival proper. First was the return of the Kasadyahan sa Kabanwahan where several contingents from Panay Island and neighboring ..read more
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My Dinagyang 2023 Festival Experience
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by Aldrick 'chiki' Agpaoa
1w ago
HALA BIRA! DAGYANG NA TA! Iloilo Province is one of the most highly-urbanized provinces in the Philippines. It is not only known for its warm and hospitable people but this province is also home to one of the grandest festivals in the Philippines – the Dinagyang Festival! This Mardi Gras pays homage to Sto. Niño, the child Jesus. The feast of the Child Jesus is widely celebrated throughout the country every January and it kicks off all other festivals in the Philippines through this religious tribute. Read also: Iloilo – 20 Places to visit in the “Heart of the Philippines” My Dinagyang 202 ..read more
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Panagbenga 2023 Schedule of Activities
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by Aldrick 'chiki' Agpaoa
2w ago
It is the season of blossoming once again and for this edition, Panagbenga 2023 is coming back big – with the theme “A Renaissance of Wonder and Beauty.” On its 28th year, Panagbenga has always been one of the most anticipated events in the Philippines. Celebrating this festive season in the Cordilleras, the Baguio Flower Festival has since been a constant scene highlighting the rich culture and tradition of its people. Read also: 5 things you should know about Baguio’s Panagbenga Festival Panagbenga 2023 – A Renaissance of Wonder and Beauty Rising from the challenges brought about by the pan ..read more
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Dinagat Islands Travel Guide
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by Aldrick 'chiki' Agpaoa
3w ago
Dinagat Islands Overview Formerly a part of the province of Surigao del Norte, Dinagat Islands officially became a province in 2006, composed of 7 municipalities. It is the third newest province in the Philippines (2006), with Maguindanao del Sur as the newest (2022). The tourism infrastructure in the province is not yet well-developed and the main attractions on the island province are mainly by boat. There are a few tour operators on the island but I can assure you that the atmosphere in Dinagat Islands is very laid-back – a calm place, with cool and nice people. This is one of the few ..read more
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Dinagat Islands: Caraga’s Mystical Island Province
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by Aldrick 'chiki' Agpaoa
3w ago
Places to see and explore in Dinagat Islands Being one of the youngest provinces in the Philippines, Dinagat Islands is also new to the tourism scene. Since its inception in 2006, the province has slowly been appearing on everyone’s bucket list. As it is one of the smallest provinces, too, in Mindanao composed of only 7 municipalities, the province is full of undiscovered natural wonders waiting to be explored. Without keeping you reading for too long, here are some of the amazing places we have visited during our short stay: Municipality of Libjo Hagakhak Rock Formation (Little Hagakhak Islan ..read more
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Surigao City Travel Guide
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by Aldrick 'chiki' Agpaoa
3w ago
Surigao City Overview Surigao City is a 1st class city found in the northern part of the island of Mindanao. This “City of Island Adventures” is one of the oldest port towns on the island and was founded during the Spanish colonization period. The city can be reached in about 2.5 hours by plane (from Manila), 1-3 hours by water through the nearest province (Dinagat Islands and Southern Leyte), and 4-5 hours by land from the nearest neighboring city (Cabadbaran City and Butuan City). Its vast and diverse topography is what makes this city the gateway to Mindanao and of the province of Surigao d ..read more
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Surigao City: Exploring the City of Island Adventures
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by Aldrick 'chiki' Agpaoa
3w ago
Gateway to Mindanao: Surigao City As one of the cities of the Caraga Region in Northern Mindanao, the Surigao is the main gateway to the island of Mindanao. With its airport located within the city center, this first-class city can now be easily accessed from Manila or Cebu and its ambiance is welcoming once you step into the province. The bustling city of Surigao is also near some of the most iconic destinations in the Philippines such as Siargao Island and the City of Butuan in Agusan del Norte. The city can be best explored in 2-3 days, with a side trip to Dinagat Islands or to Siargao Isla ..read more
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Turista Boy’s Best of 2022
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by Aldrick 'chiki' Agpaoa
1M ago
2022 is a year full of surprises for me and this year brought me to extremes that I never imagined to have done in this year. From visiting over 17 provinces (12 old, 5 new provinces) this year for my personal quest for #Project82, I can say that there is really more than just traveling – it is an adventure that I took to know more about myself and more about life. Traveling to the different parts of the Philippines opened my eyes to more stories that made my heart full and my experience bank richer. Although this year has also its fair share of ups and downs, experience is still the best teac ..read more
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Turista Boy’s Best of 2022
Turista Boy | We're Born to Travel
by Aldrick 'chiki' Agpaoa
1M ago
2022 is a year full of surprises for me and this year brought me to extremes that I never imagined to have done in this year. From visiting over 17 provinces (12 old, 5 new provinces) this year for my personal quest for #Project82, I can say that there is really more than just traveling – it is an adventure that I took to know more about myself and more about life. Traveling to the different parts of the Philippines opened my eyes to more stories that made my heart full and my experience bank richer. Although this year has also its fair share of ups and downs, experience is still the best teac ..read more
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My Clark International Airport Experience
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by Aldrick 'chiki' Agpaoa
1M ago
Approximately 107 kilometers from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (IATA: MNL), the Clark International Airport (IATA: CRK) moved to a much larger and eco-friendly New Terminal Building. Read also: Swissotel – Experiencing Swiss Hospitality in Clark The New Clark International Airport Terminal Building Drawing inspiration from the nearby Mount Arayat and Caraballo Mountains of Pampanga, Clark International Airport’s notable façade is like a mountain range mimicking its background, infused with eco-friendly technology aimed to reduce its carbon footprint. The material used for its roofi ..read more
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