I always sought to be personally and wholly involved in planning my travels. I have specific wants where to go and what to experience. Also, I tried to have allowances in between schedules ‘coz where’s the adventure if you try to plan everything, right? I wanted it to be organized yet still flexible for whatever might be better and let the fun flow naturally. So for this blog post, I’ll share to you my D-I-Y itinerary, transportation guides, accommodation(s) and some tips how to have a smooth escape in The Land of Smiles — The Kingdom of Thailand.
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Can you believe that you can visit 3 provinces in just one trip in 3 days time? If you have #travelgoals of reaching all the 81 provinces of Philippines, then this trip may be a good start. For approximately Php5,000, I had explored Ifugao, Mt. Province and Benguet with less hassle amidst being budget-conscious.
Iloilo is easily accessible from major airports/cities in the Philippines. It also caters international flights since this airport is one of the most efficient airports in the country (not one but actually the most, perhaps).
We spent almost 4 days in Luzon but technically, it took us only 2 days to enjoy Ilocos. The 2 days are set aside for our travel to and from there. And so, number of days to spend will depend on your mode of transportation, place of origin, even the choice how to travel within Ilocos’ tourist sites: exclusive tour or backpacker style.
Palawan as the largest province in the country in terms of land area never failed to maximize their blessings in rich resources to promote tourism (without compromising the preservation of these wonders, of course). Every tourist spots they offer is worth your stay and appreciation.