Hassle Free Travel

Our trip to Panglao way back 2009 was the most awaited one.  A big  break away from the chaotic world of business and trading, away from traffic jams in the city not to mention the never ending honking of vehicles around you, hard to find parking spaces and of course the city heat and car emissions that levels up your stress.

The trip has made a stand-still of all that. It was like unplugging yourself from the mechanical and technological world and connecting yourself to nature. We were out of touch at that moment (of course delegation of work is really handy). The moment we sat on the chauffeur driven car of the resort towards the countryside hideaway, we were already free. Free as a bird. No emails, no phone calls, no business meetings. This is what I call a hassle free travel. Everything was already booked from the vehicle to the resort, the moment we arrived at Tagbilaran pier.

The next place on the list is Malaysia. We are planning to visit their historical sites. I think it is a good place for photography and of course the delicacies, once everything will be in place, I am hoping that my next trip will be a hassle free travel too.

21 thoughts on “Hassle Free Travel

  1. Lulu

    going home to bohol is always gives me warmth. I wish that we can come home every year. I am glad you had a hassle free travel during your last visit

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  2. Adin U. Blankenship

    My dad and his co-workers where going to go to Panglao like months ago, but changed their plans when the town asked them to spend to money instead of improving some parts of the town and so they did. I want to go to this place someday when we go back to Pinas. :) Beautiful and to know it is in Pinas. :)

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  3. jesie

    i envy you of being able to travel anywhere! i wish i could do the same thing, maybe when my kids are old enough. thanks for sharing this beautiful places!

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  4. haze

    Vacation with the family once in a while is a must-have. To have that quality time together away from stressful city life and nurturing the nature’s best is probably the best get-away a family will have. Especially Panglao, one of the most beautiful and relaxing place to be in Philippines.

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  5. RonSilvoza.com

    now, i can’t wait to go back to panglao… the last time i went there was way back when i was in highschool for our musical play and with my grandparents…

    i hope i can bring my wife and little kiddo someday there for a vacation…

    thanks for sharing :)

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  6. Pinx

    that’s what you get from the Boholanos! proud to say that! when you are here, you are pampered…well, i hope that doesn’t change as many more tourist come and visit this island… glad you had a great time here!

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  7. Chie

    Hayy.Panglao tops my list of places to visit. I have been to Tagbilaran a few times but never had the opportunity to indulge myself with the beauty of Panglao. A hassle free travel is what everyone hopes for when travelling.

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