In the town of Pakil in Laguna stands a beautiful church officially known as the St. Peter of Alcantara Parish Church, though most of the people simply call it as Pakil Church. This rural town may not be your usual destination when visiting Laguna, yet it is actually a good place to visit especially if you go on a Visita Iglesia of the great churches across the province.
You have probably heard about the Canary Islands: an archipelago of seven islands belonging to Spain that are located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Morocco. These islands are a very popular holiday destination: vast natural parks, golden and black-sand beaches, waves... If you want to enjoy a beach holiday filled with hiking trips and occasional museum visits, then Tenerife is waiting for you.
Set in the beautiful town of Magdalena in Laguna, the St. Mary Magdalene Church is a great landmark to visit for all tourists visiting the place – not just for Roman Catholics.
For some, the thought of going travelling on your own is daunting. However, flying solo gives you complete and utter freedom to do whatever, and go wherever you like. What’s more, there are certain destinations that are perfect for unaccompanied and intrepid travelers.
Take Croatia, for instance. From its historic cities like Zagreb and Dubrovnik to the magnificent coastal regions of Zadar and Split, the potential places and pursuits are vast. Along the way, you’re bound to meet up with like-minded tourists and backpackers.
There are many beautiful places in Laguna that are often overlooked by tourists who have limited time and simply want to visit the most popular spots in the country. Many towns and cities in the Philippines have lots of great spots to offer yet don’t get recognized because of the lack of tourism promotions and ads.
Early today, I had the chance to witness and join this year's celebration of Lanzones Festival, an annual thanksgiving on bountiful harvest of lanzones here in Camiguin Island, the country's second smallest province.
The organizers of the Sinulog Festival 2015 have already released the official schedule for next year’s activities. The month-long celebration offers several activities, though most of the tourists prefer to visit Cebu and watch the Sinulog Grand Parade set on January 18.