Where Do Broken Hearts Go?

Have you ever suffered a broken heart? If so, you certainly aren’t the only one. Heartbreak is universal. We’re all going to experience it at some point in our lives, and it will really hurt like a bitch. it doesn’t matter how long it will take for you to move on and forget; the important thing is that it will happen. So hang in there. Things will get better.  So, where do broken hearts go? Go travel. Try to seek shelter in the homes of many. Try to find happiness behind the smiles of strangers. Try to find peace in the shores of an island. Try something new! Try these top 5 destinations below.

Where Do Broken Hearts Go

1. Shout all your frustrations out in SAGADA

Try to watch the movie That Thing Called Tadhana, its super relatable. It’s all about Mace (Angelica Panganiban) and Anthony (JM de Guzman), who encounter each other at an airport in Italy. Both hung up on their exes, they decide to go on a road trip to Baguio and Sagada in an effort to move on. Scream your heart out in the beauty of Mt. Kiltepan – the mountain bathed in a sea of clouds in Sagada, where Mace (along with Anthony) finally got her cathartic moment as she screamed out all her frustration to the heavens.

Broken Hearts go in Bora

2. Party all night and have fun in BORACAY

Break the wall and have fun! Trying to get over a heartbreak is actually the perfect time to travel on your own, get to know yourself better and become one with nature. Perk yourself up and mend your broken heart in Boracay, a very popular and party destination in the Philippines. Boracay can be a great place to mingle and be single. It’s not billed as a top tourist destination for nothing. Apart from beach bumming, you can do hard partying on the many bars that line the famous white-sand beach. The island beats in frantic rhythm, try to go with the flow until you’re satiated. If there’s a place where you are likely to be reminded that you are still attractive and desirable, it has to be Boracay – with the help of booze of course.

Revive your Broken Hearts

3. Hike and revive your broken heart in PICO DE LORO

Nature is the best medicine; immersing oneself in nature can cure heartaches as well. When you reach the summit, it’s not about conquering the mountain anymore. It is more of conquering yourself. Climbing a mountain is like dealing with a broken heart; you have no choice but to push through the pain until you eventually become numb. You know the pain is there but you’ll refuse to think about it and get yourself preoccupied with other thoughts or things until you reach the top – the end of it. And when you look back on the trail behind you and ask yourself if the pain was worth it, without hesitation you’ll say “YES.” Imagine this – you move forward, you follow on the right way, you climb up.  It is exhausting, yes. But don’t stop.

Forget Heart Break

4. Relax and find peace of mind in PALAWAN

If you are seeking to relax and enjoy in one place Palawan is the place to be. The lagoons and beaches are such a natural wonder that you’ll find it hard not to be amazed. They are no place for moping, and you will be able to relax just by bumming on the beach. If you want to mope and be sad, hell, it’s better to be mopey and sad in a beautiful place like Palawan. Even if you’re traveling alone in Palawan, you’ll not be really alone.

Reconnect with yourself

5. Reconnect with yourself in PUERTO GALERA

Sometimes everyone needs a reset especially when you’re suffering from heartache. Explore Puerto Galera. Puerto Galera is a great place to visit to reconnect with yourself. Exploring will strengthens your spirit and makes you a better person. Whichever destination you choose, just keep a positive attitude and know in your heart that broken hearts do heal.

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