7 Best Travel Apps

In Travel Recommendations
Date Published: 5/6/2016

In this age when there’s no shortage of travel apps, there’s no reason to suffer the common pitfalls that go with every trip. Proper planning with the help of technology makes for a smooth sailing and satisfying trip. Here’s our roundup of handy travel apps for the digital savvy traveler.   TripIt (Free, Premium $49/year | Android, iOS) TripIt acts as your mobile travel organizer. It pu... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Summer Desserts

In Food
Date Published: 4/29/2016

The heat waves of summer are upon us. So when it comes to dessert, we like it cold and sweet. Summer becomes a jolly excuse to indulge our cravings for these satisfying desserts. Here are 5 desserts to dig in and cool off this summer.   Watermelon Watermelon is the perfect summer fruit. It’s refreshing and delicious, a slice-and-serve dessert to cap off your labor-intensive meals. But th... Continue Reading →

5 Magnificent Natural Wonders of the World

In Travel Recommendations
Date Published: 4/22/2016

Great Barrier Reef by Sarah_Ackerman via en.wikipedia.org The earth is simply beautiful. There’s no getting around that fact. And one of the primary ways people know this, or concretely experience this fact, is through travel. People may travel for a lot of reasons: to have an adventure, to explore new lands, to see beautiful sceneries. Nature, its beauty, plays a big role in creating those li... Continue Reading →

5 Romantic Summer Getaways

In Travel Recommendations
Date Published: 4/15/2016

Sunny days, all-around pleasant weather, and a general air of relaxed  mood make summer an ideal time to travel. For couples, it's also a great time to break away from routine, take a holiday trip, and re-focus on each other. Besides, is there a more magical thrill than experiencing a new place together? For those who missed a date last Valentine's, have no worries.  We've cherry-picked 5 tr... Continue Reading →

Meet Josephine Najera of Pangasinan

In Meet The Owners
Date Published: 2/11/2016

Meet Josephine Najera of Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines     Ms. Josephine together with our Admin Officer - Julius Raborar. Owner of a 2-storey Transient House in Pangasinan, they offer cheap and comfortable accommodations in Alaminos. What do you love about your property's neighborhood? - Alaminos is a good, clean place. It's quiet at night and there's also the hospitality of the people ar... Continue Reading →

10 Best Gifts for Travelers: A Gift Guide

In Travel Tips
Date Published: 2/11/2016

Every traveler needs something to make their travel a bit smoother. If you have family or friends who love to travel, giving them something they can use for their trips is a great idea. Here are 10 gift ideas to get you going if you’re stuck on what to get them.   Travel Jacket A travel jacket is a must-bring when traveling to another place where one’s uncertain about the turn of the weather.... Continue Reading →

Juanderlust: Meet the Top 10 "Juan-a-be" Finalists

In Company News
Date Published: 2/10/2016

After the nation wide search we are now down to top 10 finalists hoping to be the next travel voice of the Philippines and to explore the 7,107 islands of our country in 80 days.   StopSleepGo and TravelBookPH present to you the Top 10 Juanderlust Finalists.   1. David Agbayani, 22, Philippines "The birth and becoming of a bayani - a tale of what tongues can tell and how the language of love... Continue Reading →

Writing my Juanderlust destiny:

In A Journey. Juanderlust.
Date Published: 2/10/2016

By:Leticia Torres   A passionte mexican who wants to fell in love with Philippines.                     When I heard you were searching for the chosen Juan, I knew it was destiny. You see, there are times in life when you feel totally lost. You were so sure of what you wanted before and suddenly it's gone. I have very clear what I want, the problem was how to get it. Since I was a little girl ... Continue Reading →

If you can dream it, you can achieve

In A Journey. Juanderlust.
Date Published: 2/10/2016

By: Albert Muyo                   When you take some time striving for a goal and suddenly life what you put forward, for a moment doubt and think, this can not be real ... And then, you say, I do not lose anything, I will try. Raisins be working every day to achieve the dream to find the possibility of doing it and show it to the world above, how wonderful it is to travel, meet, learn from the... Continue Reading →

From an Existential Crisis to a Life of Adventures

In A Journey. Juanderlust.
Date Published: 1/29/2016

By: Celine Reyes Finding purpose through travel and storytelling   Mama was several months shy of 60 when she passed. It was 2014 and she died of heart failure. To me, her passing was a calamity, with storms of tears eroding everything that made up who I was at that time. It took me two months to regain normalcy, which had exacted taking an HR post and then resigning in just two weeks. I realiz... Continue Reading →

Happy Plotter

In A Journey. Juanderlust.
Date Published: 1/29/2016

By: Jorge Zamora The boy who plots happiness, one place at a time   “It’s about freedom and having the perfect self-expression without worrying condemnation,” I told the Dutch traveler in Sagada who asked me to define happiness. I would’ve said, “Having overflowing riches and pleasures in life,” but I was afraid to be tagged a worldly brat. As I edit the pictures from that trip, I realized tha... Continue Reading →

The Equation of KIMetic Energy

In A Journey. Juanderlust.
Date Published: 1/29/2016

By: Kimberly Jana Leigh Ng   kim∙e∙tic adjective : me (Kim) moving and learning, one journey at a time. : the energy of motion   A proud Filipino who embraces diversity. A Cordilleran who loves the mountains as much as the sea, the sunrise as much as the sunset. An Igorota who refuses to remain the same. A 25-year old who struggled with what she wanted, but realized her passion and will do eve... Continue Reading →