“Music saves the soul. Play softly while you read.” No, I’m not broken hearted. Saw a reel of this cheesy song’s cover while in Siargao and it was playing in my head over and over again. So why not write a poem about it? LOL Sorry I didn’t kiss you but it’s obvious I wanted … More Sorry I Didn’t Kiss You – feat. Siargao, Philippines photo dump
From Malapascua Island, I took a motorised boat going to Kalanggaman Island. It costed me P800 for the day trip inclusive of lunch at the island. Located South East of Malapascua Island, Kalanggaman is most famous for its photogenic long sand bar stretching at the end of the isle when the tides are low. Apart … More A Day Tour to Kalanggaman Island, Leyte, Philippines
“Music saves the soul.” Play softly while you read. She worships the euphoric sun and weeps with the melancholic rain. She spends her days staring at the infinite ocean and listening to the crashing of waves. She is made of sand and water; she is meant to swim away unreservedly. She is the island and … More The Secrets of a Modern Mermaid (featuring Anda, Bohol, Philippines)
“Music saves the soul.” Play softly while you read. 🙂 I just love these guys! I can’t remember if I have ever written any getaway that featured this group of sultry and clamorous ECE students in Lyceum Institute of Technology (presently Lyceum Of The Philippines University – Laguna). Actually, I can’t really remember if we … More Cheers To Never Growing Old! Pico De Loro Cove Photo Diary
“Music saves the soul.” Play it first. . 🙂 I’ve known Rachel to be a restless traveler who, like me, worships the beach while embraces the pricking rays of the sun as if this combo is the best thing God has ever created. We’ve been planning our beach trip together for a very long time and for some reasons … More Trusting Buoyancy in the Raging Sea – Windsurfing in Anilao, Batangas
“Music saves the soul.” Play it first. . 🙂 Valentine’s Day is only for cheesy couples. Wrong! 🙂 As early as January (or sometimes, December of the previous year), I contact all my single female friends (there’s actually not a lot, by “single female friends” you must already know I refer to my trusted travel buddies Myrna and Aubrey) to plan … More V Day? Let’s go girls! – Boracay, Philippines
We were in 4th year highschool when we first talked about going to Bicol and have a vacation with no parents around. With 2 out of 6 of us having relatives in Bicol, we’ve always thought that this getaway will be so feasible. . We finally made it happen after 10 long years last 2013 … More Wakeboard in CWC – The Naga City Experience
It was during the Christmas holidays a couple of years ago when I and my family had a vacation in Baguio City for almost a week. I think this is the very first family vacation I had that’s more than 3 hours-drive away from home. Haha. .
After the make-your-crotch-sweat trekking at Mount Pinatubo, the ladies including myself went to Olongapo to spend the night somewhere as we have a big beach adventure the next day (as they promised me, bwahaha!).
Hiking? No thanks. . I can still remember the muscle pain I got when I hiked Mount Manabu when I was still in college. Every step, I’ve been trying to catch my breath, it felt like it was yesterday. hehe. . So when this group of environmentalists from my alma mater, aka my LIT KALIKASAN family, … More Day Hike to Pinatubo Crater Lake in Zambales, Philipines
Myrna, Aubrey and I went to Bohol for few days some time in July last 2012 (yes, it was my birthday getaway) and the trip was awesome! As i go back reminiscing, I decided to come up with a list why you should visit Bohol too. . 🙂 PS, there might be some attractions and activities we … More 12 Things We Love in Bohol, Philippines
I have always admired the skills of campers surviving all the hardships outside the comfortable lifestyle… haha… Because somehow, I can’t.
Iñaki: let’s go out of town. Nice: ok, where do you wanna go, i’ll try to plan. (i can’t plan, i don’t have the luxury of time to plan!) Iñaki: anywhere, i’ll handle all the expenses. call the HS rehab gang. Nice: woah, ok, i’ll plan. . Nurse Ira (to nice): you free this weekend? … More First-time Surfers @ La Union, Philippines
if you have spent most of your life in an urban community, then visiting Villa Escudero, approximately 2 hours from Manila (if the traffic jam gods are not against you. hehe. . :)), is a must. Showing off how rural lifestyle is what Villa Escudero all about.
the very reason of this unplanned beach trip last summer of 2010 is to spend quality t-i-m-e with him before his year long cruise in Europe (but dont expect you’ll see a photo of him here, haha!). We only had one weekend left that time so we target to hit the nearest non-commercialized beach from … More 1day Beach Hopping – Quezon Philippines
Vigan is one interesting place in the North. it makes me feel i live in a Philippine history book. .
it was summer of 2010 when i get to visit Ilocos Norte for the first time. . ~12 hours travel via commute route from Manila, Ilocos Norte is totally worth the numbing of your legs and butt. .