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My Post Pandemic Plans + Local Travel Bucket List

If you are wondering when will this end, you’re not alone. A lot of things have changed since the lockdown has been lifted — businesses and public areas start to open up again, and most people slowly go back to working in their offices. We gradually transition to the “New Normal,” yet going out still scares me because there are still a number of cases out there. Until a safe, effective vaccine is available, there will continue to be a risk of infection. What are your post-pandemic plans?

5 Ways To Travel From Home

Traveling makes our life better and happier in several ways. Nothing can ever replace the experience of going somewhere new and exciting, learning different cultures, and meeting countless people! This year, I made a promised to myself to be more adventurous and start traveling solo, but exceptional circumstances happen sometimes. All my flights were canceled because of the current global travel restrictions to defeat the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19). So, as a responsible citizen, I isolate myself at home and practice social distancing. I’ve had to hit pause on my travel plans for the meantime.

7 Best Places to Eat in Sagada, Mountain Province

Sagada is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after destinations in the Mountain Province. I visited Sagada earlier this year and had been to several tourist attractions. Fresh and authentic food can be enjoyed here in between hiking and touring. There are lots of food places to choose from depending on your budget and food preferences. Etag and pinikpikan are always on the menu! Yogurt, lemon pie, and coffee are also the favorites of many. So where to eat in Sagada? Here’s a list of the best Restaurants and Cafes in Sagada, Mountain Province.

5 Reasons to Visit Birdland Beach Club in Bolinao

Birdland Beach Club is a resort that has a neo-traditional and rustic chic style located on Long Beach Bolinao, Pangasinan. It is a place for people who are seeking for a priceless experience and are no longer looking for the most spectacular swimming pool or manicured landscape. Birdland Beach Club in Bolinao provides you with a unique experience and exclusivity if you’re into nature, simplicity, and if you’re looking for inner peace and tranquillity of mind. Here’s why you should consider Birdland Beach Club on your next summer vacation! 1. It is an eco-friendly resort Birdland Beach Club is the first boutique eco-resort in Bolinao. The resort stands up to its eco-friendly theme because they have animals around, vegetation, solar panels for their energy, windmill for their water, nipa huts of various sizes, and a lot of water activities. The owner built it around the existing coral instead of destroying them. All the pathways are sand and everything here is either made of wood or bamboo, which makes it very unique. The food they serve at the restaurant are vegan, paleo, and vegetarian friendly. They grow their own fruits and vegetables, and they don’t use MSG or GMO products. 2. The place is so serene and relaxing Aside from being an eco-friendly resort, it is also blessed with magnificent views and sea breeze. The resort will give you a unique take where you are torn between taking a dip in the ocean and just enjoy the breeze while listening to the sounds of a hundred birds. 3. Unique Accommodation The accommodation in Birdland Beach Club greatly varies according to your style. They have regular nipa huts, nipas by-the-beach called bolifugaos which are 3, 4, and 5-story high. We stayed in a 3 storey nipa hut with a sleeping area on the top level, a hammock and dining area on the second level, and a private restroom on the ground level that features all one-way glass window where you can see a spectacular view while taking a bath. It feels good waking up to the most glorious view of the ocean. 4. Insta-worthy spots Birdland Beach Club also features a lot of insta worthy spots from the beach, nipa huts, the wooden structures, hammocks, and a lot more! They even have areas for beach club members, including the famous 3 level large nests and a nipa hut that is filled with colorful bean bag chairs and hammocks in front of the beach. 5. There are lots of activities that you can do! At Birdland Beach Club, you can also cruise during sunset, go island-hopping, watch the sunset like stranded castaways, or float with Birdland’s floating houses. They also have a natural sea-water pool in the middle of the resort where it is surrounded by the bolifugaos and just a few meters from the restaurant. You can also swim in underwater caves, snorkel in front of the resort to view and be amazed by the giant clam. They also have the only bamboo solar tricycle and jeepney in the Philippines to tour you around Bolinao’s famous site. Birdland Beach Club also hosts the annual West Philippine Jazz and Blues Festival every second weekend of March. How to Book Birdland Beach Club You can book directly by visiting their website: Birdland Beach Club is also available on Airbnb for as low as ₱2000 per night for their world-famous bolifugaos! You can sign up here: to get ‬₱1,600 off on your first booking. Note: Please do check travel restrictions before booking. How to get here Birdland Beach Club is just a few minutes away from Patar White Beach, underground caves, and Bolinao Falls. To get here, you can ride a bus going to Bolinao, Pangasinan. It is accessible by Victory Liner, Dagupan, and Five Star Bus. If you are coming from Baguio, you can ride Partas Bus. Once you get to the bus stop on the town proper, you can ride a tricycle going to Birdland Beach Club. The resort also offers Bamboo Tricycle or 1975 Vintage Mercedes Limousine Shuttle to and from the resort when and if available. Make sure to reserve ahead of time to be picked up. Follow

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