Hey there!Welcome to my kingdom (muahahahaha) and that’s me on the photo (all sweaty from walking around Marian Orchard).
My name is Johanes, a writer, and a cat (and dog) lover. When I was in college, I once thought of starting my own travel blog to publish my weird and wacky adventures and misadventures. Fast forward to a year after graduating college, I finally decided to just go ahead and create Wanderera.
This started a series of posts and travels. Now here I am, a digital nomad with a list of ‘go to places’. I started Wanderera to provide you with fresh travel and camping ideas. You can contact me at: email@example.com
Wanderera is a word I thought of having the same meaning as “Lakwatsera” (Wanderer). I added the letter ‘a’ at the end to tagalize it and give it a bit of a feminine oomph.
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Northern Blossom Flower Farm in Atok is a must visit. Let me tell you why. Do you love to eat cabbages? I do. With a pinch of salt and a few chunks of meat, it’s breakfast or lunch or dinner. Honestly, it’s one of the staple ingredients in most Igorot dishes as the...read more
If you’re looking for a transient room, house, kubo or campsite, you’re in the right place! I’ve been receiving a lot of inquiries regarding where to stay in Masasa or any Masasa beach accommodation for a while now. To help you guys, I decided to scour the internet...read more
Ever wanted to attend the famous flower festival, the Panagbenga Festival? Held annually in the city of Pines-Baguio City, this colorful event draws a lot of attention with visitors and tourists coming from all parts of the Philippines and the world. The Street...read more
There’s no need to book a flight to Japan to get a glimpse of the Sakura flower. Around 40 Japanese Sakura trees were planted in Paoay, Atok, Benguet last 2016. You can visit the Sindaya and Yakiwari Sakura varieties at the Benguet-Kochi Sisterhood Park. The Yakiwari...read more
Have you heard of hammock camping? Yes. Hammocks and camping together in one word. Switching tents to hammocks? Is that even possible? The first time I read about hammock camping, I was like "Hmmm. Interesting." The only hammocks I know were the ones used for...read more
Benguet is one of the six provinces in the Cordillera Administrative Region and my birthplace. In this article, I’m going to tell you why you should visit the other parts of Benguet and not only check Baguio City. Why You Should Visit Benguet Why, indeed? Minerals One...read more
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If I didn't have work on a Monday, I would've stayed for a week in Masasa Beach. With the crystal clear water, impressive rock formations, almost white sand, and great snorkeling sites, a period of two days is just not enough to explore all of what the Masasa beach...read more
So without further ado, here are the five reasons why you should also check out La Veryol’s in Tagaytay. I’ve always been curious about Tagaytay. People say that it’s the second coldest city in the Philippines. Having lived in the first coldest city in the country,...read more
Zambales boasts of beautiful beaches made from volcanic sand, stunning lagoons, unspoiled islands with white sand beaches, mountains and so much more! Because of this, the province has turned into a favorite destination among both tourists and locals. The many tourist...read more
Stressed at work? Looking for a weekend escapade? Why not visit the seven San Pablo lakes in Laguna? Here you'll get to see and experience seven stunning San Pablo lakes namely the Sampaloc, Bunot, Mohicap, Palakpakin, Calibato, Pandin and Yambo Lake. You can go...read more
When you think of the northern part of the Philippines, the first thing that probably comes to mind is Cagayan and Ilocos Norte. From heritage tours, seafood, lighthouses, clear blue waters, these two regions have it all. Thinking about it, I asked my sister if she...read more
Do you want to go on a stress-free vacation away from the crowd and the hustle and bustle of the city? Would you like to go to a pristine location where there is nothing but the sea and a lot of love for it? Then, set your sights and set your schedule because...read more
Tagaytay is one of the coolest cities in the Philippines, second only to Baguio City. With its cool air and the perfect view of the Taal Lake, it's no wonder a lot of tourists come to visit the place. Throughout the years, a lot of high rise buildings and grand hotels...read more
Ever wondered what it would be like to live on a farm and relax with all the greeneries surrounding you? Now you can at No Limits KFB Farm Resort in Batangas. No Limits KFB Farm Resort As a camper and traveler, I've been dying to go visit this farm resort the moment I...read more
Alarms all set. And a hope for a bright day tomorrow, we all slept tight with excitement and anticipation the night before we were bound to go to Anguib Beach. As part of our Palaui trip, we included Anguib Beach in our second-day itinerary. We woke up at 5:00 am and...read more