2012 Travels: Chasing Places Like It's the End of the World
2012 Travels: Chasing Places Like It's the End of the World

2012 Travels: Chasing Places Like It's the End of the World

Top Destinations for 2012, Top Philippine Getaways 2012, Top 10 Domestic and International Trips – Sure, in a few days time, your timeline will be bombarded with these tag lines, promise. But hey, they say, 2012 is different; some people say that it’s the End of the World (it didn’t happened yesterday though). But I hope everyone would always celebrate life like it’s their last day on earth.

C’mon, let’s reminisce the good times we had this year.


First time to watch the Igorot Ritual Dance and I love it!

Started my year meeting old Igorot people



at Sampaguita Beach, Batangas


A chillax weekend with the other travel bloggers. Thanks Azalea!

First time to join for some creepy Ghost Hunting in Baguio

Street Food Galore at Burnham Park


  It was in Sabang that I thought of settling down… for the first time.

Talking with people who shares the same passion of traveling gives me butterflies from time to time.


Our First Operation Palaboy in Magalawa Island

What’s up Doc, Picture muna tayo!

Sharing the fun with my family at Virtual Zoo Manila


Had the opportunity to fulfill my ultimate dream – that is, to live with the Ifugao people for a week.

November & December are all about mountains, terraces, hiking, and toploads. 🙂
Left & Right Top photos – Batad Rice Terraces; Middle Left Photo – somewhere in Ifugao Province; Middle Right photo – Tappia Falls in Batad, Ifugao; Bottom – Toploading with Polish friends and travel blogger friends at Mayoyao, Ifugao.
In short, we chased the Ifugao in 360 degrees. =) 

Participated in the G.I.V.E. Ifugao Project with the other travel bloggers Heiz Ramos of Journeying Pinay, Miguel of  Byaheng Palos, Joanna Jane Liwag of  The Backpack Chronicles, and Ian dela Pena of Brownman Trips.

Participated in SBMG’s Christmas Charity for 2012 at Sitio Casili and Sitio Inigan in Rizal

Note: Trips outside the Philippines are not included for the obvious reason.

God, Thank You for all the blessings!
Thanks for all the safe travels.

This is my entry for Pinoy Travel Bloggers’ Blog Carnival
for the month of December with the theme

‘The Year We Traveled Like It’s the End of the World’

hosted by Gay Mitra-Emami of Pinay Travel Junkie 
and Regine Camille Garcia of Between Coordinates.


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