I’m moving to a new site! It’s been two fun years since I activated themhayonnaiseonline, and I thank you for giving it a wonderful life. I thought it’s too late for moving to a new home, but I’m here to take risks! I mean, why not? You’ll still visit me there, right? Let’s connect and read new stories at THEMHAYONNAISE.COM!

The past year I only traveled with groups – friends, co-workers, family – and to be honest, except from food and transpo, another thing that takes more money away is the accommodation cost. Hotels are very nice, and could be the best option sometimes, but let’s face it – we cannot always afford hotel rooms good for 4-15 pax every time we go out of town.

One time, my friends and I were looking for a place to stay for a small get together. The problem was hotel rooms usually occupies only 2 persons and you have to pay for additional heads if you’re more than 2. Family rooms are costly as well. I tried Airbnb and got a nice home for 7 persons for only Php3,500. No food/breakfast included, but we all had a nice bed to sleep on for a night!

No Airbnb account yet? Sign up here and get ₱1,600 off your home booking and ₱600 to use toward an experience worth ₱2,310 or more!

I travel a lot, and one of my biggest problems is I quickly get sunburns even along my ride to somewhere. But you know what, I finally found my skincare routine best for after-summer vacays. Here’s how I take care of my sun-burnt skin. Aside from sunburns and an empty wallet, what else do I get from traveling, by the way?

Moving on, another challenge is thinking of how can you make your story interesting enough to get people to listen or read your page. Photos! People love viewing photos more than reading detailed stories, so no matter how much information you have you still have to own a technique on editing your photos. Here’s mine.

On this post, I’ll be sharing my bookmarked homes good for 4-15 pax that you could actually book for your year-end parties and other celebrations. Not only the hosts are trusted, but the places are also Instagrammable and I’m sure you’ll enjoy them all.

Disclaimer: all photos are from Airbnb.com; rates are as of December 2019.

1. ShakeBoosa Overlooking Lake

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Location: Cavinti, Laguna
Guests Capacity: 4 persons
Cost: P2,900 per night min.
Why book this home: Luxury mattresses, soft linens, towels, toiletries, own CR, free breakfast, free use of kayaks, floaters, fishing rods, body boards, and vests. What else can you ask for? ShakeBoosa is a dome glamping home perfect for millennials and millennials at heart! It is located just beside Lake Lumot. Enjoy outdoor and water activities while bonding with your loved ones! More units available at the host’s page > Radhika

2. Paradis Island Villa 1

Location: Cavinti, Laguna
Guests Capacity: 16+ persons
Cost: P5,900 per night min.
Why book this home: Paradis Island is an eco-friendly and unspoiled private island for rent. In which, guests can enjoy either one, or both of the 2 lake villas that we have to offer. Each villa is rustic furnished and has fully set-up glamping tents. Located at Cavinti, Laguna, it can be found near Lake Lumot at the Sierra Madre mountain top, approximately a 3 hours’ drive from Manila. More units available at the host’s page > Paradis

3. Riverfront Vacation House

Location: Liliw, Laguna
Guests Capacity: 5 persons
Cost: P4,000 per night min.
Why book this home: Situated along Banahaw river dictate it breathtaking view of the lush green valley wall and crystal clear water from the majestic Mount Banahaw. A river front property combine of natural beauty and modern structures are the unique features of the property. Insider tip: bring your Bali-inspired outfit and pool trays and take Bali-inspired photos!

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