B goes solo to Masbate!
When was the last time you did something for the first time? Me? Last March 16, 2017. Not that I haven’t traveled alone before, but this time, it was my very first time to ride on a plane, sleep on a hotel room, talk to strangers on my own.
I was thrilled when I saw last December 2016 that Cebu Pacific Airline now caters flight to Masbate with unbelievable ticket price. I got mine from Manila-Masbate for P1,642.56 and Masbate-Manila for P349.88 ONLY.
Not that I have in mind to travel solo, i asked some friends but they doesn’t seem interested.
So, what happened on my 6 days and 5 nights stay at the City of Hearts? A LOT! One by one, I will share the beauty of each places and why they should go to your travel bucket list. Here they are:
- Fazenda de Esperanza
- Sese Brahmans
- Palani Beach / My Q Resort & Conferences
- Ham’s Cup Cafè
- Buntod Reef Marine Sanctuary
- 7-AR Golden Beach Resort & Restaurant
- Doux Seduction Coffee
- Colorado Lighthouse
- K Beach Resort
- Bigg’s Diner Gaisano Capital
- Mayong Payong
- Safe House
- St. Patrick Parish
- St. Anthony de Padua Cathedral
- Kalanay Falls
- Libtong Hidden Spring
- Bituon Beach Resort
- Coco View Lagoon
- Zero8 Bar
- Pilar, Sorsogon
- Daraga, Albay
Where to Stay?
Recommended by the cowboys that I’ve met, I stayed for 5 nights at Balay Valencia.
My Masbate Solo Trip was an eye opener. This is the place where I’ve learned more about myself, and I found someone – kidding! I found myself here.
Tune in for more posts about Masbate!
5 thoughts on “Masbate Solo Trip for 6 Days & 5 Nights”
Your first big solo trip is always such a mile stone! Sounds like you made the most of your time and are enjoying life!
Thank you @susanna! Have a happy travels as well 🙂 it was a big step. will follow a new adventure soon.
Do you know why it’s called the City of Hearts? I’m intrigued by that as it sounds unique & like there’s a story behind it! By the way, your visit to the reef conservation sounds pretty cool – would love that!!
Hi @disqus_fhcTxEpCbI:disqus it was one of the many nicknames that the province has given. And i think, that suits Masbate well. 🙂 I will post about the Reef sanctuary soon. Thank you! 🙂
The Philippines should be labeled the summer capital of the world! There’s just soo many beautiful placed to go and visit during the summer.