• Complete Guide to Baguio for Beginners - Mea in Bacolod
    A Beginner’s Guide to Baguio
    Posted in: Featured, MNB Travel Guide, Travel

    Yep! You read that right, SQUAT TOILET. There will be some tourist and public squat toilets. If you’re not comfortable squatting or if your knees can’t handle it, there should be a regular toilet. Wrapping Up My Guide to Baguio I hope that you will find this guide helpful! If there are any questions you […]

  • Air Asia in Bacolod | Mea in Bacolod 2-Day Itinerary
    Air Asia in Bacolod: 2-Day Bacolod Itinerary
    Posted in: Travel

    On the last day of the Masskara Festival, Air Asia celebrated a milestone here in the City of Smiles. Its maiden flight took off on October 27, 2019, flying from Bacolod-Silay Airport to Manila. Thanks to this new route, potential tourists will be able to visit Bacolod, not just during Masskara Festival but, all year […]

  • Mea in Bacolod - Iloilo Travel Guide
    2018 Iloilo Travel Guide On A Budget Of P1300
    Posted in: MNB Travel Guide

    The summertime is here! Well, not officially since April hasn’t arrived yet. But, the kids from school are already hanging up their back-packs and retiring their old black school shoes. It’s time to go on vacations, explore, and spend plenty of time with the family. Lucky us who are living on the Negros Islands because we […]

  • Great White Rafting Tour CDO Review | Mea in Bacolod
    CDO: Great White Water Rafting Tour Review
    Posted in: Travel

    When we went to Cagayan last year (2016), the white water rafting tour we went on was one of the most memorable activities I and my family did. It was my second time going on the same tour with the same company, and I have to say that the experience was as amazing as the […]

  • Mea in Bacolod | Plan A Vacation To The Manjuyod Sandbar
    Plan A Vacation: Join The Bacolod Travel Club For FREE
    Posted in: Travel

    I know how difficult it is to plan a vacation. Trust me, I’ve attempted to plan trips within the Philippines to get my family started on taking yearly family vacations, but with the cost of the hotels and inns, plus the fares, plus not knowing what to do upon arriving, it proved to be too […]

  • Danjugan Island | Mea in Bacolod
    A Hidden Paradise: Danjugan Island, Negros Occidental
    Posted in: Travel

    Danjugan Island – you’ve probably already heard of it and seen it in pictures like I have. I haven’t been to the place, but friends say it’s a piece of heaven on earth. FYI, if your idea of paradise is a commercialized island with a booming nightlife, this is not for you. But, if you want to […]

  • Sneak Peek of Jomax Peak, Don Salvador Benedicto
    Posted in: Travel

    When you think of Don Salvador Benedicto (DSB), you think about fresh air, mountains, long roads and the lion statue that overlooks the municipality. If you’re planning a trip to Don Salvador Benedicto anytime soon, you’ll be glad to know that it’s not just the fresh air, the mountains and the lion that you’ll be experiencing. […]

  • 7 Things a Road Trip to Cadiz Negros Occidental Made me Realize
    Posted in: Travel

    When you live in Negros Occidental, all you have to do is go on a road trip to somewhere fairly far to see its beauty. Personally, I wouldn’t dare to go on a road trip by myself because I’m very bad with directions and I’m not too confident with my car fixing skills when an emergency happens. Luckily, […]

  • Bantug Lake Ranch Bacolod
    7 Activities To Do in Bantug Lake Ranch
    Posted in: Travel

    One of the best things of living in a province is you get to be close to nature. If you were born or if you grew up in a big city in the Philippines (or outside of the Philippines) that may not be your thing because life is slow, mostly quiet and mostly peaceful. This kind […]