Travel, Blog and Make Money: The How to Guidelines

  Many are those who have a keen passion for traveling and generous enough to share their stories with the world. Just as what I am excited about every after my journeys, short or long. Yes, travel blogging and generating income from it is possible, but definitely not an easy task. It is a surreal … Continue reading Travel, Blog and Make Money: The How to Guidelines

Exploring Alegria: From Mt. Lanaya to Cambais Falls

  Would you dare to have an overnight stay in a place known for supernatural stories? Trying to be brave, the team - Tribu Adobo (adorable bonding) - with some joiners explored the mountain of Lanaya in Alegria. I can somehow attest to that as I’ve been there once this year. Everything was set and … Continue reading Exploring Alegria: From Mt. Lanaya to Cambais Falls

Traverse From Kandungaw Peak to Lugsangan Casino Peak: When Avatars Invade

      Discern on what you think and how you feel. For words outspoken can either break or make a reputation. You shouldn’t judge books by their cover because, in the first place, they are not books but avatars. Kidding! Belittle your self-inflicted instincts or you will just end up recuperating from the excruciating … Continue reading Traverse From Kandungaw Peak to Lugsangan Casino Peak: When Avatars Invade

A Road Trip to Bukidnon: Heading North With the Family

“How much have you traveled your hometown?” A random person messaged me once. That very question left me pondering for some time. Later did I know I was actually a tourist of my own hometown. It’s kinda embarrassing (a bit) on my part since I’ve traveled much to other cities and provinces than my birth … Continue reading A Road Trip to Bukidnon: Heading North With the Family

Bukidnon: Becoming a Tourist of My Own Province

Proud to be a daughter of Bukidnon, which I personally dubbed as “The Province of Greens.” You’ll know why as you go wander with me in this beautiful, scenic province where I was born and where keep going back wherever I may roam because it is where I belong. To Bukidnon The landlocked province of … Continue reading Bukidnon: Becoming a Tourist of My Own Province

My Misadventure Series (#2): The Airline Lost My Luggage

So I have just arrived at the airport, headed to the luggage claiming section, and then realize my bag isn’t coming down the chute. I started to feel indifferent. Not again! It’s just barely a year ago when I was left behind by my supposed flight, the same route. You can just imagine how horrified … Continue reading My Misadventure Series (#2): The Airline Lost My Luggage

Traversing Mt. Manunggal-Mt. Mauyog: A Random Journey

Would you rather spend time with random people having spontaneous fun with, or spend time with long-known people doing the same boring routine? Just as when you meet new pals with the feeling and camaraderie of having known each other for such a long time. I'm still on hype though. This group made my weekend. … Continue reading Traversing Mt. Manunggal-Mt. Mauyog: A Random Journey

My Misadventure Series (#1): I Have Missed My Flight!

Traveling is definitely fun, no argument on that, but there are times when inevitable things happen out of your own control or simply because of your anxiousness. Travel mishaps can quickly turn your supposed awesome trip into a headache or worse a disappointment of not traveling anymore. Well, I have been traveling and learning lessons … Continue reading My Misadventure Series (#1): I Have Missed My Flight!

Quenching My Thirst for Nature: Mt. Capistrano Day Hike

As per request by a friend. Here’s my first climb experience in Bukidnon more than a year ago. Enjoy the read. 🙂

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Mt. Capistrano
 
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Jump-Off Point
Knowing Bukidnon as home for famous mountains and mountain ranges, I would be depriving myself of what it can offer me if I’ll go back to Cebu without climbing one of them. Who would have thought they were awaiting for me in my own hometown. Since I would only have limited number of days to stay, I will take the challenge one at a time, and Mt. Capistrano is a good start for this year. Lucky enough, I have a friend/schoolmate who’s also into outdoor activities.
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With my friend/schoolmate who serve as one of my guides
 
I have learned that rocky Mt. Capistrano is notable among the small mountains in the province, which is visible in the highways of Malaybalay City. It towers an average of 2,000 feet above sea level and humbly crowned with…

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