Most Beautiful Post
Now this is hard, I’ve really no particular favorite post and I haven’t really thought about this before. Looking at my archive, if I really have to pick, I guess it would have to be the Dinner at The Ruins Bacolod post. Wait, scratch that, I think it’s my Moon Garden Tagaytay post. I feel this is my most beautifully written article (which I suppose crossed the border into being too flowery, but what the hell, right? hehe). I guess it kinda worked well combined with the photos I took of the place.
Most Popular Post
Now, this is easier. According to my Blogger stats page, my all-time most popular post is the Jetson-esque Centris Walk in Quezon City. I guess people are really just curious about the new futuristic eat-out place in the city.
Most Controversial Post
Hmm... I really don’t have a post that stirred up much controversy. The only thing I can think of is my bad review regarding Baguio’s much revered Pizza Volante. It really didn’t generate much response, but I just can’t forget the very bloody chicken that was served to us (ughh).
Most Helpful Post
My grand misadventures in the marshes of Candaba prompted me to write the Candaba Travel Tips article. Filled with all kinds of useful info for first time travelers to the swamp, I wish I could have read my own post before heading to the famed bird sanctuary of Pampanga.
A Post Whose Success Surprised Me
Sunrise at the Port of Banton Town was a definite surprise at the number of comments and how fast they came. I think it generated the most number of comments on all my blog posts (which is really not that many really compared to other travel blogs out there, haha).
A Post I Feel Didn’t Get the Attention It Deserved
A jaunt through the darkened and bomb-hewn, rough passages of Malinta Tunnel in Corregidor, I felt, deserves more attention that what it got. I guess the lousy ultra grainy photos turned off the commenters, haha.
The Post That You Are Most Proud Of
My Nine-Day Jaunt through Southern Luzon is by far the longest I’ve been away from home. It took me to a lot of different places, enabled me to attend a festival, forced me to stay at a total stranger’s house, visit the islands of Caramoan, scour Naga’s old churches, and wreaked the most havoc on my feet from all the walking and hiking I’ve done. This is my grandest adventure to date, and it really made me feel like a true-blue traveler.
Thanks to Tina of The Frustrated Traveller for tagging me. This is long overdue, but better late than never eh?