MARCH 21, 2015

To kickstart summer this year, me along with my De La Salle University (DLSU) friends decided to take a trip from Manila to Pampanga, a province in the Central Luzon region here in the Philippines. It usually takes two to three hours of land travel from Manila depending on the traffic situation (which is probably the worst here in MNL I should say).

Our main itinerary for this trip was to try one of the famous attractions in the said province, Sandbox. It is located at Alviera, Porac, Pampanga which features a full stretch of outdoor activities for all ages.

SandBox at Alviera is a unique getaway for families that redefines outdoor adventure and fun. It features a full stretch of exciting attractions that will surely make everyone appreciate the outdoors. Everyone in the family has something to do here from playground for the toddlers to Mini Golf for the grandparents! With a mountain range along the horizon and the surrounding wide plains, SandBox is definitely the place for family outdoor fun!

Source: Alviera

The Sandbox Crew




This year 2015 has opened a lot of opportunities for me to be able to explore the beauty of my home country, the Philippines.

I have decided to start a travel blog to keep track of all the places I’ve been to, and share my experience with everyone. I have always loved the idea of traveling and photography, and thankfully I am able to do both at the same time on my adventures.

This travel blog will be the outlet of my quick but sweet escapades here in the Philippines (and hopefully in other countries, soon!). It will be a compilation of personal stories of my experiences in visiting provinces, cultural sites, trying out signature dishes of the places I will be at, conversations with the locals, and other amazing detours that I will encounter along the way.

The photos that I will be using in this travel blog are mine unless credits were used to acknowledge the owner of said borrowed photos. With everything else said, enjoy the trip and take an adventure with me.

♥ G