I was so overwhelmed by the responses I received from my previous blog entry that I don’t know if I can come up with another ‘share-worthy’ post. But based on the comments, a lot of people have but a slight idea of my plans after announcing that I was going to resign in order to start a location-independent lifestyle. In reality, I don’t really have a clear idea on what I’m going to do. All I know is that I have a few tickets booked and I’ll pursue a freelance career online. Slow travel is what I aim to do. But before going on that trip, here’s an event that also helped me decide to resign earlier than expected.
Lakbay Norte 3 Adventure
I was chosen by the North Philippines Visitors Bureau (NPVB), along with five other travel bloggers, as part of a media group to tour Northern Luzon dubbed as Lakbay Norte 3: Outdoor Adventures in North Philippines!
Note: Photos were taken from the bloggers’ profiles without their permission. Peace guys! 😀
I first read about Lakbay Norte from Estan and Nina when they shared their stories during the second installment of this travel series. To be given an all-expense paid tour to different destinations in North Luzon and try out different extreme activities was something I could only dream about. But after submitting my application form, I was ecstatic to be chosen along five other bloggers.
Six Bloggers in Lakbay Norte 3
Here’s the official list of bloggers who were chosen for the January 22-29, 2012 event.
Angel Juarez – Lakwatsero.com
Gael Hilotin – ThePinaySoloBackpacker.com
Marcos Caratao – Ambot-Ah
James Betia – JourneyingJames.com
Edcel Suyo – SoloFlightEd.com
Christian Sangoyo – Lakad-Pilipinas.BlogSpot.com
Whenever I go to different places, one of the things I look forward to is to find out what physical activities I can do. I’ve cliff-jumped in Malapascua, wakeboard in Camsur, bungy jumped in Macau and so much more. Check out the other things I’ve done just to show how much lunatic I am: I’ve Been to Different Places, But I’ve Never Been to Boracay.
Surfing, Skimboarding, trekking, whitewater rafting, etc. – the tentative itinerary seems pretty sick! This is perfect for me as I’m always looking for something extreme whenever I travel. Not that I’m an athletic person, but I just want to find ways to release the energy that’s bottled up inside.
This Lakbay Norte program is a great way to help promote the country as we show to the rest of the world that it’s definitely “More fun in the Philippines!”. I am also looking forward to bonding with these Filipino travel bloggers as I get to know more of each one.
PS: At sa wakas, magiging sikat na ako kasi makukunan ako ng picture ni THE Christian of Lakad Pilipinas! lol
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soloflightEd.com is a travel blog by Edcel Suyo. He enjoys performing headstands and crazy stunts during his trips in the Philippines, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. Now based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and working to earn a living, he takes time to enjoy the city and travel during weekends.
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