Tuesday, January 14, 2014

TURISTA Magazine: Travel to Camiguin for its Sights of Wonder

One of the things that I love about wayfaring is having the opportunity to share my passion for it. And in the past two years, I've been offered the chance to write for a few local magazines. It is through print media that I continuously get to show more of my love for exploring the Philippines. 


Last year (October), my beach feature on Camiguin was published on TURISTA Magazine. I was truly ecstatic when I finally saw it, as it was my best travel write-up yet. I was also super proud of myself, as the article got to cover two pages of the mag. 

Check out Rubel's photo by the beach! :)

I really put a lot of effort on this particular story as I loved everything about Camiguin. It truly counts as a Philippine destination that's worth traversing. How so? Well, before Cebu Pacific offered their direct flights to Camiguin, my group and I had to travel in all transportation means --- via air, land and sea. It was a seasick-and-butt-numbing kind of experience! [Read our Mindanao 2010 escapade here]


I can't help but look back on the many blessings that 2013 has provided me, as it gave me another shot at ticking off one more dream from my bucket list: to write for a travel publication (and still counting). 

Here's to more travel features this 2014! :)

Explore & Be Free!
Mai

*You can get your FREE Turista Magazine at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and Duty Free Philippines.

21 comments:

  1. Congratulations, Mai! I've been meaning to visit Camiguin again. The last time andyan ako 2010 pa hehe. More magazine rakets to come! :P

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  2. Hi Mica! Thank you for dropping-by. :) And salamat sa pagRecognize. :)

    And same here! 2010 pa last kong bisita sa Camiguin. Miss ko na nga eh. :)

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  3. Sorry fans of Budget Biyahera, am sisters with the writer and have an autographed mag pa! :-p

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  4. Awww.. thanks Ava! I hope to meet you soon too. :) If may PTB hangout, sama ka! :)

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  5. Hahahaha PaoPao! Fans talaga noh? :P Thank you sisterette! :-*

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  6. I have never seen Manila like this ever before. Thank you for sharing this post. Your post have given me a whole new perspective.

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  7. Manila has improved a lot, it has been quite some time since I went to Manila, is the Chinese Garden still there?

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  8. Hehe sometimes I just want to be like a tourist in Manila exploring different sites that are part of culture and history. That's why I asked if visitors can take pictures without asking admin.

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  9. The walking tour looks really fun Mai. I hope I can do it too someday.

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  10. I've always wanted to try his tours ever since I keep seeing him around facebook. He seems pretty cool xD

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  11. Nice! I would have really gone with you if I knew this! Also, yes, the character of the tour guide will really affect the over-all experience! :)

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  12. Krissy Had told me a lot of tales and her childhood memoirs of this beautiful island. I hope we can visit this too soon. Cheers for another Mag exposure! More to come for you!

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  13. I would have experiencing running naked in this U, If my parents allowed me to moved in Manila. Hey, that's a joke, but I love to visit when I got chance. tour mo kami jan Mai ha!

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  14. Hahahaha! Are you referring to UP's annual Oblation Run? :P And oo ba! Would love to take you around my alma mater.. :)

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  15. Congrats! You are lucky with this free tour. I wish I could trip around places worth-visiting in Manila too. Maybe I'll do it with my close friends in Manila.

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  16. I have never been to Camiguin. Sad reality! I would really want to go one day, maybe this year who knows. I read your article when I picked up a copy of the magazine at the NAIA Terminal 3 late last year and Camiguin has been on my mind since.

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  17. Beautiful place, although I haven't been there for a few years now. Of course, you've tried the Vjandep pastries, right?

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  18. How was Krissy's experience when she last traveled to Camiguin? Kasi super kapagod the first time I visited since wala pang direct flights doon noong 2010.

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  19. Awww... thanks Kessa! You should definitely visit Camiguin, as it's such a wonder! :)

    Thank you again for taking a snapshot of my article! I really appreciate it. :)

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  20. I have tried Vjandep. :) I even brought some home, along with some tablea. :)

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  21. Oh yes! She was my batchmate. And I know cookee. I think she mentioned you in one of her FB posts. :) You have a good heart. Hope to meet you some day!

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