Aeta | Tribes in the Philippines

Aeta Tribes are the indigenous people spread in the  mountainous areas of Luzon, Philippines. According to "These people are considered to be Negritos,  whose skin ranges from dark to very dark brown, and  possessing features such as a small stature and frame; hair  of a curly to kinky texture and a higher frequency of naturally  lighter color (blondism) relative to the general population;  small nose; and dark brown eyes. They are thought to be  among the earliest inhabitants of the Philippines, preceding  the Austronesian migrations.

Mission | To Be the Best Travel Blogger

Best Travel Blog
Boracay Island
I am not a pro in photography, my memory is not enough for the wide history, and I don’t have money to travel around the world. But, I will do everything to learn and to be one of the best travel bloggers in the world. I learned a lot when I was still developing TravellingCup, my very first travel blog published on the web. This knowledge will be used for developing Sirang Lente to provide to the readers everything about travel, as a relaxation. I will not stop learning, because I do believe that learning is constant.

Tau't Batu | Tribe in the Philippines

Tau't Batu
Tau't Batu
Tau’t Batu (people of the rock) are indigenous people located in some high lying areas on Mt. Mantalingajan. As of right now, most of them are still using the ancient mode of living, like hunting and farming. They also use caves as their home but some already have houses made of light and sturdy materials like nipa, coconut leaves and woods.  During our visit, I noticed that most of the women use cloth to cover their bodies while shirts and G-strings for the men. Our itinerary here: Mt. Mantalingajan

Mt. Mantalingajan Traverse | Palawan

Mt. Mantalingajan
The summit of Mt. Mantalingajan
Mt. Mantalingajan is situated in Rizal, Palawan with more than 4 hours travel from Puerto Princesa City. Manta (another name given) got the 9/9 rating in terms of difficulty. Some of the hikers I met said that it is a combination of Mt. Halcon in Mindoro and Mt. Guiting-guiting in Romblon. And to complete my MIMAROPAs Big 3, here’s Mt. Mantalingajan.

Negros Museum | Bacolod City

Negros Museum
Inside Negros Museum | Portraits of the previous Government Officials
Negros Museum is almost in front of the Negros Provincial Capitol in Bacolod City. It serves as the provincial museum of Negros Occidental which was opened on March 16, 1996 at the Provincial Capitol Building. May 2003, it was transferred to its current location which is the former Agricultural Building. The Agricultural Extension Building was built in 1941 and was renovated in 1991.

San Jose Church | Ilo-Ilo

San Jose Church
San Jose Church facade
San Jose Church is the first church in the city of Ilo-Ilo, built by the Jesuits around 1607.  But, on April 29, 1617, the Augustinians established San Jose, a house of the order. It was saved from being bombed by the Americans during World War II.  As the years goes by, some renovations were made.

Molo Church | Ilo-Ilo

Molo Church
Molo Church has an amazing details
Molo Church (St. Anne Parish) is situated in front of the town plaza.  Molo is actually one of the seven districts of Ilo-Ilo City which formerly called Parian (Chinatown) because the residents here were mostly Chinese. Then it was changed into Moro because of the frequent arrival of Muslim pirates from Mindanao, but later evolved in Molo –

The Venice | Fort Bonifacio, Global City

Venice Grand Canal
The Venice in McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio, Global City, Taguig
The Venice (photo above) I saw a friend posting a photo, in facebook, that is so familiar. Out of my curiosity, I asked my friend if where was that photo taken. And she told me the details. I told my travel buddies about this place but I was sad, they already knew it. Without any plan, we visited The Venice and here's what we found: