When in Nairobi, try exploring the Masai Market.
Frankly, it reminded me of the flea markets back in the Philippines but my Ghanian roomie was really excited for this mini shopping spree, plus it’s a good way to explore Nairobi other than being stuck in the apartment for the entire weekend.
Masai Market is named after the Masai tribe. You can buy anything from clothes, artwork, bead works,shoes, bags, wooden stuff and my favorite, chess sets intricately carved from soapstone. Nice, a little pricey though. Read more
I finally gave in and took a dip in Salagdoong Beach. I wanted to jump off the cliff since it was high tide but I wimped out
There’s an entrance fee of 20 pesos per head and if you would like to dine, they also have a decent restaurant. The price is reasonable but since we were in a string budget, it was not considered too reasonable for us.
If you have enough time, I suggest you explore Siquijor more. Siquijor in a day but there are too many things to explore to cover a day in Siquijor. All the place we went to were too ‘touristy’ for me.
To jump or not to jump?
I cant wait to go back to Siquijor, next time, it will all be about caves and magic potions. Read more
Situated in the town of Lazi, Cambughay Falls is a multi-tiered waterfalls and one of the main attractions in the island. It is hard to believe that years ago, this is not considered a tourist spot in the island since the place is untidy and accessibility from the highway is bad.
Now, the vicinity is clean and to reach the waterfalls, you have to go down 130-ish steps. Its kind of steep but I have been to Casaroro and this is a lot better. Entrance to the falls is 15 pesos for the upkeep of the place. There are also parking fees, and in our case, 15 pesos for the tricycle. Read more
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