Saturday, 7 January 2017

Bonuan Blue Beach : Philippines


Explore :
  • Bonuan Blue Beach “Hello Sunrise”
Three km from Dagupan City is Bonuan Blue Beach, along the Lingayen Gulf. The weather is good but scourging hot since it was 10:30 AM when we arrived at the Bonuan Blue Beach also known as "Tondaligan Beach" Whether you have something to splurge or on a tight budget, this is a place where you can spend your weekend. You can stay in cottages along the beach of in hotels near the beach. You can eat on some turo-turo along the beach or on restaurants nearby. I haven't been in this place for quite a while now... Though I can say that this is very good place to view the sunrise and sunset. Actually this place used to be famous. According to history this is where Gen Douglas Mcarthur made his first landing in the Philippines.The Statue of Gen D.Mcarthur can be found here but sad to say it is almost ruin. I tell you- no matter where you go in the Philippines there's always great people to treat you nice, this beach particularly is not my forte because I like white sand beach., but this water is calm and when we got there it wasn't overly crowded. Rentals and food is cheap, I think anywhere you go.

Tuesday, 6 January 2015

Philippine travel 2014 winter..



Beginning of 4th tour of Philippines. This time its from Haneda airport Tokyo ANA airlines. It just took 45 mins from my home to pass immigration checks as compared to Narita which could take 2 hrs Around.
This year plan is Baguio , Mt Pulag hike , casino in manila , new year fireworks , lots of drinking and eating. Lets see how much successful and how much I can cover  ...(waiting for boarding 8:00.......)

Sunday, 12 October 2014

1 Day around Mt. Nokogiri

This weekend plan was to Mt Nokogiri in Chiba prefecture , riding ferry to crossover , eat sushi , hike around and have dinner in Mexican restaurant in Yokohama. Started from Keikyu Kurihama station , riding 7 No. bus at 8:20 from station to towards " Tokyo bay ferry ".  Took Ferry ticket (1320 Yen for 2 way ), had 40min ride crossing Uraga channel between Yokosuka and Chiba. Its just the time 2 day before when super typhoon is coming to Tokyo , cold breeze blowing with little sun on head.

Itinerary :
7:09 - Keikyu Kawasaki Ride Keikyu Line
8:00 - Keikyu Kurihama Station
8:20 - Ride Tokyo Bay ferry Port ( 7 No Bus )
9:25 - Ferry leaves for Kanaya
10:15- Arrive Kanaya
11:00- Eat Sushi at Funaso 
12:30- Ride Ropeway to Top of Mt Nokogiri
15:00 - Back to Kanaya , shopping for presents in Fish Market
15:25 - Ride ferry from Kanaya port to Kurihama
16:30 - Back to Kurihama Port 
17:30 - At Mexican restaurant
20:00- End of Day and ride for home 


At Kurihama Port
Tokyowan Ferry Tokyo-Bay Crossing An approximately 40 minutes’ comfortable cruise This car ferry connects the southern tip of Boso Peninsula in Chiba Prefecture with Miura Peninsula in Kanagawa Prefecture.

Friday, 12 September 2014

Travelling Graz ( Austria )

Once Again Austrian Airways

Second time in Austria , First time was Transit to Germany via Vienna by Austrian airways , this time in Austria by Austrian Airways via Vienna. This is 5 day official trip to Graz , 2 days in plane and remaining 3 days at work. 

Sunday, 17 August 2014

Travelling India in Rains

Here I ride going back home once in a year after 15 months in Japan. Typhoon 11 coming this year at this period bringing around 1000 mm of rainfall. I hope my flight don't get stuck in this one , this year is really bad for planes , already lost to Malaysian airlines.


Final non-veg food and beer , next 2 weeks will be kept out from this , time to enjoy some Indian food after this. Heavy rains welcome in Jaipur , its not rain its flood. I was not hoping for this not wanting this.

First vegetarian meal of the day , 14 days more to go like this. Looks stomach already getting upset but looks its not food but air. Potato Tomato Curry with wheat Chappati and Salad. 2 weeks all day home , and all eating food , watching TV and sleeping in bed...so 90% of pics are of food.

Sunday, 6 July 2014

Misty Mount Fuji : Hiking

Mt Fuji from 5th Station
Climbing Mount Fuji on misty rainy day could be the bad timing , missing all good scenery which can be viewed from top of the summit.  Mount Fuji is with 3776 meters Japan's highest mountain. It is not surprising that the nearly perfectly shaped volcano has been worshiped as a sacred mountain and experienced big popularity among artists and common people throughout the centuries. Climbing Mount Fuji (3776 meters), Japan's highest and most prominent mountain, can make for lifelong memories. The mountain itself may look more attractive from afar than from close up, but the views on clear days and the experience of climbing through the early morning hours among hundreds of equally minded hikers from across the world, are very rewarding if weather is nice.