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Katherine in Jomalig Island

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Tiger Leaping Gorge - Day One: Dali to Shangri-La

Tara Lets Anywhere is a travel and food blog about the Philippines and other countries. “Tara lets” is a local slang for “let’s go,” and this site will take you on a journey to discover the best tourist attractions, staycations, food, and travel tips in the country.

This blog is written by Katherine Cortes, a 30-ish software engineer and freelance writer/editor. She started this blog in 2015 as a couple backpacking blog with her boyfriend Hali Navarro and then turned it into an all-around travel site.

She likes staycations (especially those with amazing views and a hot tub), food trips, and having a quiet nook where she can read her e-books.

Follow her socials at Facebook, Instagram, and Tiktok.

5 Comments

  • Toni

    Hi Katherine, loving your blog! I’m from South Africa and planning on adding the Philippines to my travels next year. What is the weather like during April/May? Would you recommend travelling to the Philippines during this time?

    • Katherine Cortes

      April/May is summer so the weather is generally good, altho this is also peak season so expect huge crowds on main tourist attractions and make reservations in advance. 🙂

  • Edwina

    Hope you are well.

    We are affiliate digital marketing team of Priority Pass, and would like to explore the collaboration opportunity with you!

    We believe this collaboration will benefit you and engage more audiences.

    Let me know if we can explore this further.
    Thank you!

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  • Kat

    Stumbled upon your blog and smiled. My husband’s name is holly. We usually spell it hali cause people often times mispronounce his name. I am kat by the way. 🙂 nice blog!

    • Katherine

      Hey, thanks! Hali’s name is Halley but he spells it as Hali because people mispronounce it as well. And people I correspond with always call me Tara! Haha. That’s why I had to put that explanation above about tara lets being a Filipino phrase.

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