Writer, host and amateur historian, Carlos Celdran, is an amusing and expert guide to 10 of Manila’s most interesting nooks and crannies. He also hosts two of the tours offered by LESI 2009 (If These Walls Could Talk and Living La Vida Imelda).
Palawan has some of the most pristine natural habitats in the Philippines, which is both an advantage and a disadvantage— while the province’s remoteness means there are less tourists to degrade the ecosystem, it also means less income for the province.
Cebu is the country’s second most dynamic city and can boast of the country’s fastest-growing economy. If you want to experience Cebu to the fullest, here’s a mix–and–match itinerary—a balance of the old, new, and undiscovered for the visitor who has no time to be clueless.