With the onset of COVID-19, we have been apart from our friends, peers, etc. Thankfully, catching up with them is now “yey, okay” but with certain health protocols and guidelines to follow. Just in time for Tribu AdOBo to celebrate our third year at House of Gwapa campsite. Disclaimer: This is a personal blog. The … Continue reading 3rd Tribu AdOBo Anniversary at House of Gwapa Campsite
I got it. Curtailing your freedom in a snap can be frustrating. But have you ever weighed things over and saw the bigger picture of life’s unfavorable circumstances? Yes, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is lethal. While it is a blessing in disguise for some, some find it very challenging. Disclaimer: This is a personal blog. The … Continue reading Work from Home Amidst COVID-19: Embracing the New Normal
I knew I had it penned but I couldn't find it. Sourcing and digging anywhere until I found it on my draft folder. Too busy? Or aging symptoms? Both, and more, I guess. Haha... It took me almost 2 years to complete and publish this travel story. Thanks to my friends' request for the itinerary … Continue reading Mesmerizing Carnaza Island: A Travel Guide
Times you even forget you're still human.You have burdens. You're hurt.You've been forgotten. You've been left behind. You're reminded of your rock bottom.You surpassed past troubles.You don't know how. They just did.How could you not this time?Accept it. Embrace it. Let go. Let live. The cycle continues til' time you don't know. … Continue reading Let It. Let Go. Let Live.
What lies ahead is yet to unfold.What's left for now is something to behold.Restrictions of any form.This is now the new norm. For life indeed is a hard-fought victory.Just be home and stay.Time comes we will see.We are Finally Free.When will that be?It's up to you and me. https://youtu.be/f1nPFMvdK0E
The challenging trails rolling up and down with vertical drops (some in almost, if not all at 90 degrees, angle), rappelling without harness just the strong twigs and roots of the wild, and the unpredictable weather. Twice the experience yet here we are again, climbing the magical 2-summit mountain range of Mt. Talinis. After those … Continue reading Mt. Talinis: To the Route Less Traversed, Okoy 5 Trail
"Nakarating ka na sa yong destinasyon (You've just arrived at your destination), " Waze app bot said, and we're at the middle of a long and winding road. Seriously? Haha.. This would happen when you just hit the road, decided to visit a scenic spot you've just heard and seen on social media, relied on … Continue reading The Communal Ranch: Starting My 2020 Journey
In order to enjoy every single second while in the woods with your canine companion, it is very important to train them the manners and rules which are followed during hiking. For training them well on the trail, it is recommended to make use of leashes as it will help you both while enjoying the … Continue reading How To Safely Hike With Your Dog?
You're a chocolate lover but there's that one sweet temptation you hardly can resist. Yeah, just a few months ago we were in Siargao and I was broken heartened of leaving the island. I then promised to go back as I do miss it already while still on the plane heading back to Cebu. There's … Continue reading Siargao Version 2.0 With a Sidetrip to Corregidor Island
Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA or MIAA) serves the capital of the Philippines. The international airport is considered as the busiest and the largest airport in the country. It serves over 90% of the international flights coming in and out of the country. This guide covers detailed information on the airport’s inter-terminal transportation, … Continue reading Manila NAIA Airport: A Travel Guide