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Random Road Trip 6: Riding Around Marinduque

On our sixth Random Road Trip, we decided to head to a place that was everyone’s backyard, but relatively few people have gone to. Known as the heart of the Philippines, the island of Marinduque is situated just 50 kilometers off the coast of Lucena, but aside from the Moriones Festival during the Holy Week,...
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Stories from the Road | Carpe Diem (Pero Bawal Mamatay!): Quirino Edition

This is a guest post from one of your fellow travelers, Monica Narisma. She joined us in our recently concluded Random Road Trip #5 to Quirino Province. This entry first appeared on her personal blog Run Monica Run. Read on to see her side of the story. *** Carpe diem (Pero Bawal Mamatay!): Quirino Edition...
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Random Road Trip Video

 What Are Random Road Trips? Random Road Trips are monthly Road Trips organised by the Team behind Tara Let’s Go! Asia. Sometime it is an overnight weekend travel adventure to a random place for some stress free fun with like minded travellers. Other times just a regular day trip to an unknown part of the...
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Why I’ll Never Look at Quirino Province the Same Way Again

Quirino Province Is Not In My Long Wanderlist. As a then-gradeschooler, I know that the province of Quirino is part of Region 2. As a slave in the legislative branch of government, I know that it is a lone congressional district represented by (then-eligible bachelor) Cong. Dakila Carlo Cua. As a traveler, I know nothing...
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Random Road Trip 5: Discovering Quirino Province

January 31 to February 2, Tara Let’s Go Asia organised it 5th Random Road Trip. And this time to the beautiful province of Quirino. We had no idea what place had to offer since there was very little written about it. Only 2 blogs mentioned talked about their trips to Quirino. And both were.. I’d say… uninspiring. Sadly,...
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Day 2 of our Random Road Trip to Catanauan, Quezon

Day 2 Day 2 of our Random Road Trip began at 8AM when everyone started waking up from sleep in our “haunted house”. The plan the day: visit the only known Sarcophagi in the Philippines. What is a sarcophagus? According to wikipedia,  a sarcophagus is a box-like funeral receptacle for a corpse, most commonly carved in stone, and...
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