From the Island to the Highland – Exploring Samal Island, BUDA, and Davao City

Why is it too hard to stick to healthy living? Work? Business? The modern way of living? Whatever your reason may be, you always have a choice. And we choose to keep weekends holy to unwind, go outdoors and spend time with family and friends. Since my immediate family is distant, my Tribu AdOBo family … Continue reading From the Island to the Highland – Exploring Samal Island, BUDA, and Davao City

Camp IRO: Moment With Furry Friends

  We don’t just exist; we coexist and live with our fellow earthlings (plants and animals). We all share the same home, the Earth. Animals too need care as much as we do - humans. How overwhelming it is to unwind, explore and be with nature while helping the rescued dogs who are in dire … Continue reading Camp IRO: Moment With Furry Friends

The Still Lake Bensis and the Controversial “No-To-Geo-Tagging”

It’s been the talk of the town, especially among climbers in Cebu. Why? Photos of the lake seem to be almost in every FB feed, Instagram post, and any other social media outlets. “Where is it located?” “How to get there?” A few of the questions primarily asked to those who have been there – … Continue reading The Still Lake Bensis and the Controversial “No-To-Geo-Tagging”

Tagaytay Hills: A Night Trek and Camp In No Plan

Spontaneity seems my adventure trend these days since our Singapore trip last April. Apart from being too preoccupied with my life, juggling between work and personal, yes, I felt always excited every time. Not until I got myself into this short-notice, and I mean short – as in just hours before, camp. That excitement turned … Continue reading Tagaytay Hills: A Night Trek and Camp In No Plan

To the South of Leyte: Visiting April Christine’s Hometown

To the South of Leyte: Visiting April Christine's Hometown   The Challenge: Tour Southern Leyte without clear IT at 2000 pesos.  Let's see if we achieved the challenge. Disclaimer: All thoughts expressed in this blog are based on my own. Every traveler may differ in perspectives on things they experience at traveling. With this feast … Continue reading To the South of Leyte: Visiting April Christine’s Hometown

Care to Love and Share: 2nd Outreach Program of Tribu AdOBo

Being able to serve the community in whatever possible way is one of Tribu AdOBo's advocacies besides going outdoors and having adventures. We made it first with success, no other reason we couldn't do it the second time, third, and so on with the help of our partners and/or sponsors.   Our second outreach program … Continue reading Care to Love and Share: 2nd Outreach Program of Tribu AdOBo

Amazing Race in Malaysia’s Historic, Culture-Rich Melaka (Malacca)

Disclaimer: All thoughts expressed in this blog are based on my own. Every traveler may differ in perspectives on things they experience at traveling. “Kuala Lumpur or Melaka?” If you’re asked the same question and haven’t been to both big cities, you would probably choose the ones popular – Kuala Lumpur. But my intuitive mind … Continue reading Amazing Race in Malaysia’s Historic, Culture-Rich Melaka (Malacca)

A No IT Trip to Singapore: How It Went? – It’s an Epic!

Almost done with my sumptuous dinner of rice bowl with squid and chili sauce then suddenly I lost my appetite realizing that something is missing. I wasn’t able to get an entry to an MRT station first because the EZ link card is out of load; the second time was due to my failure to … Continue reading A No IT Trip to Singapore: How It Went? – It’s an Epic!

Our Not So Typical Bohol Road Trip to the North

The more remote, lesser traveled areas are the ones best adventured. Disclaimer: All thoughts expressed in this blog are based on my own. Every traveler may differ in perspectives on things they experience at traveling. Spontaneous road trip. Unlikely me? If you’re following my travel blogs or know my planned-out “how to” travels, it’s a … Continue reading Our Not So Typical Bohol Road Trip to the North