Latest blog posts on Exploroo.com

Make yourself your own travel diary, start your own free travel blog to share your experiences.
Bookmark and Share
Happy Elephant in the Rain
Posted by Daniel Lew on Jul 08, 2009
Off we went again, for the 2nd time to Pala U Waterfall. This time was quite an experience with heavy rain. I must say it makes it all the more special being in the water whilst ranining as it is very refreshing. To our surprise on the way back whilst driving we saw some elephants blocking the...
Continue Reading »
No comments yet
Posted by Gavriel Shaw on Jul 07, 2009
  A post I wrote in the glorious Thailand travel days of 2007... - Right now I'm writing from an exquisite beach in Thailand, ("Sea Side Bungalows" on the island of Koh Samui). Here's a snap from a path leading to the beach: I've been traveling this past year in...
Continue Reading »
No comments yet
Posted by Jyan P. on Jul 04, 2009
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 What’s in a name? The name Manny sounds like Money. If we talk about the boxing world, Manny is not only money but also power. I can’t think of anybody who doesn’t know who Manny Pacquiao is. ...
Continue Reading »
No comments yet
Posted by Zico Zitsy on Jun 30, 2009
Dubai is such an exciting and diverse travel destination that it attracts millions of visitors annually - particularly during the winter months when the weather is perfect for every single activity from sunbathing and scuba diving to camel racing and desert safaris.If you're planning a trip to...
Continue Reading »
No comments yet
Posted by Zico Zitsy on Jun 30, 2009
The district of Trastevere was once inhabited by the medi working class and since the 1970 has been filled up with new hotels, tour buses and sidewalk vendors. The original people of this district belong to a mixed ancestry, mainly Jewish, Roman and Greek and for decades they were known for...
Continue Reading »
No comments yet
Posted by Jyan P. on Jun 28, 2009
Did you know what and where is the second largest bird on the planet located? Only in the Philippines. The PHILIPPINE EAGLE is the world's second (next to the American Condor) largest bird. The nape of this bird is adorned with long brown feathers. These feathers make the bird resembles like...
Continue Reading »
No comments yet
Posted by Jyan P. on Jun 28, 2009
Butanding or Whale Shark considered the largest fish in the world, regularly swims to the Philippine waters.  Many tourists tend to not leave the country without first experiencing the thrill of being near this gentle giant - the Butanding. If you want to see and be side by side with this...
Continue Reading »
No comments yet
Posted by Jyan P. on Jun 28, 2009
Where in the world is the merriest celebration of all souls day? As far as I know, only in the Philippines. All souls day is the "fiesta" of our departed loved ones. As the term All Souls Day imparts, it should be solemned enough to reflect and remember the good life of our dear departed ones. But...
Continue Reading »
No comments yet
Lechon (Whole Roasted Pig)
Posted by Jyan P. on Jun 28, 2009
I don't know if "Lechon" or whole roasted pig is popular in the western world. In the Philippines, Lechon is a popular "delicacy" that every fiesta, birthday or any celebration can't be without. There is what we call "lechon de leche" or not-more- than-a-month old roasted pig and the...
Continue Reading »
No comments yet
Posted by Jyan P. on Jun 28, 2009
A motorcycle is known to be a vehicle good for two riders. But wait a minute, how come six to eight riders can be accommodated in one motorcycle? Okay, let's make it clear. The driver, one rider in front of him, four backriders for a total of six was a normal sight in hilly destinations. But...
Continue Reading »
No comments yet

 

Blog Archives

Find a Hotel

 

Ads