Riverside Camping @ Natural Habitat in Balamban, Cebu

Give your camping adventure a new style, coz why not? Disclaimer: This is a personal blog. The views, opinions, and tips expressed here do not necessarily reflect the other travelers' thoughts. I'm not an expert. My purpose of writing is to share my story, hoping, somehow, to be helpful and inspirational to some – if not … Continue reading Riverside Camping @ Natural Habitat in Balamban, Cebu

Magic Place Beach Resort: Your Not-So-Typical Beach Camp Site in Oslob, Cebu

No matter where you take turns, you will always get to your destination. Well, we’re liking the idea of getting surprises in adventures.  An adventure per se. It took us several detours and stops to find this likely secret yet magical haven in the southern part of Cebu Province. Searching it thru Google Maps and … Continue reading Magic Place Beach Resort: Your Not-So-Typical Beach Camp Site in Oslob, Cebu

More About Life: During and After Typhoon Odette

Every 16th of December would never be the same again. Yes, the Philippines is a tropical country visited by typhoons all year-round, but metro Cebu is rarely hit hard by one after Typhoon Ruping (as far as I’ve known). Not until the unexpected super typhoon Odette (Rai) wrecked the entire Cebu province, hitting hard most … Continue reading More About Life: During and After Typhoon Odette

Laid-Back Beach Camp at Sadagat (Medellin, Cebu)

You deserve that chill from the daily hustle and bustle of life at Medellin's newly camp spot – Sadagat Beach Camp.  Just opened in November of 2021, this relaxing campsite in the northern part of Cebu Province is just a 5-minute walk from the main road. You'll surely find that peace and serenity you have … Continue reading Laid-Back Beach Camp at Sadagat (Medellin, Cebu)

Serene, Relaxing Green Mountain Spring Farm

The gang Beach and pool escapades seem mainstream these days. Why not get a new experience with nature? We were here for the Wild Birthday Party of a dear friend and member of Tribu AdOBo, Mandoy, who made the reservation. With the seclusion of the Green Mountain Spring Farm, you’ll surely enjoy its beauty of … Continue reading Serene, Relaxing Green Mountain Spring Farm

Aloguinsan Bound, Ended-Up in Moalboal: An Epic Detour

Stop thinking of what’s gonna happen tomorrow, you might not enjoy the ride…  Although I love well-planned trips, I am always on-the-go for spontaneous adventures anywhere, anytime. Life is full of detours and misadventures. Yes, it is for life can be boring when everything is planned accordingly. Another yes for these unprecedented turns of events … Continue reading Aloguinsan Bound, Ended-Up in Moalboal: An Epic Detour

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”

How Far Can You Go With Your 150 Pesos? Cebu’s 2017 Gabii Sa Kabilin

  We have been molded by our academics on our own cultural heritage that is the manifestation of how our way of living today developed and passed on from one generation to another. We have been taught and exposed to our culture expressed in practices, objects, values, places, traditions, beliefs, lifestyle, artistic expressions, performances, and … Continue reading How Far Can You Go With Your 150 Pesos? Cebu’s 2017 Gabii Sa Kabilin

My Summer 2016 Ender: A Throwback

  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

Malapascua Island: A Relaxing Summer Getaway

    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