So what else can be better than camping with your close friends and family? How about go hiking and camping with people you less talk to and those you have just bump into first time? Well, it was a challenge at first, fun and enjoyable all along, and will be something to look forward to … Continue reading Osmeña Peak With the Birdie Buddies: A Friendship Camp
The weekend is near and it only means a perfect time for the wanderer to explore the wilderness. People may find me crazy to spend my supposed rest time off work on Sundays to the wild, but I actually find it comforting to walk on hectares of land that comes with muddy, rocky, bushy trail … Continue reading Mt. Mago: A Boundary Day Hike to the North of Cebu
Red and green alike You're the one I like You're always in my sight Making me delighted and might Apple, my forever love, you're worth the fight.
As often said, look for a healthy diversion when you're in blue. This day is a bit mundane so I look back on happy thoughts and this one came to mind first. It's actually a year-old memory with a sweet, thoughtful friend. Just wanna share how my summer ended with a bang last year. Disclaimer: … Continue reading My Summer 2016 Ender: A Throwback
Good morning atop Mt. Naupa in Naga, Cebu Do you believe that I have reached my late 20s before realizing my passion in going outdoors, meeting random people, and learning different cultures locally? Yes, it took me decades to pursue my childhood dream of exploring the country and the world, when able. Maybe because my … Continue reading How Travel Changed My Life
You will never know how dear you are to anyone or anybody until you feel or hear it right from them. It feels so overwhelming, so happy, so much fulfilling when you are appreciated even for the littlest thing you’ve done for them. It’s not the amount of money you gave, it’s not the time … Continue reading Unexpectedly
Expensive accommodation and facilities, a variety of pricey food, foreigners outnumbering the locals are among the hearsays I’ve been hearing about the Island of Malapascua. I’ve done my own research and, truth to be told, found nothing much to see on the island except its beaches and diving sites. Thus, it remains a … Continue reading Malapascua Island: A Relaxing Summer Getaway
I may be a strong woman, I may handle any problem that comes along, I may endure little or great pain, But one thing is for sure, I still need someone who will tap my shoulders and say "Everything will be alright then."
Why do some people cannot appreciate even the littlest thing you have made? Why do some people can afford to say "I love You" but then continuously hurt you? Why do some people endure seeing you cry? Why do some people keep on telling "I'm sorry," but do it again? Why do some people leave … Continue reading Taken For Granted
|Morning view right from Sirao Peak|
|City lights behind us|
|Dinner and Socials|
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