I just got back from a brief trip to Boracay. My travel bug was itching like crazy and I just needed to get out and see the beach, swim in the water, and just get away from it all. We were lucky that our local quarantines have been eased for the past month or so and traveling domestically has been made easier. I wanted to share a step-by-step guide as to how I was able to head to Boracay and back.
The Top Two things I love in this world are Adventure and Coffee! Since beginning my journey to rediscover my island, I found that I could combine both my loves of travel and coffee into one Day Trip Adventure for you guys to follow along. I've talked about DSB briefly in a previous post about Side-Trips in Bacolod. In this post, I just want to focus on my favorite places in DSB that never get old. I love coming back here whenever I can and sharing some history of the place with you guys.
Who would have thought that 2020 would come to an end so soon or look? Honestly, with all the lockdowns and restrictions it's been a blast getting to know the local travel spots a lot more. I've been thinking since some places are opening up again locally as well as some other countries, I wanted to take you guys through some tips for When You're Ready To Travel Again.
Last week, I spoke about how traveling is like today and during my research, I found more interesting information about how traveling is like closer to my hometown - Bacolod City. During my research, I found that Visayas has some open tourist spots already. Although, a different kind of staycation and a look at what it's like to travel right now is what you can most likely expect. From places like Palawan to Boracay, let me give you the breakdown on how you can safely travel to these places.