“Where are you?” a caller asked. “In a place where heartaches mend,” she replied. This is the conversation I overheard from the lady sitting just behind me while on my way to Cagayan de Oro to meet my friends (TribuAdOBo). Is my hometown, Bukidnon, really a place to be for the brokenhearted and in pain? … Continue reading Beyond Distance: Adventures to CDO and Bukidnon
Barely calling ourselves as mountaineers with our few years of hiking experience, we ever dreamt of leveling up. What happens next was really an epic – somewhat a failure for not reaching Mt. Talinis’ summit but an overall success for our safe descent. Admitted to having not properly prepared for the climb, this serves as … Continue reading Adventure is… Leaving Your Comfort Zone for Mt. Talinis (Apolong-Bediao Trail)
You are always up for an adventure then suddenly your expectation becomes more than just what you have expected. Relate much? Ours is a story no one has ever drafted before it reaches the editorial board. Good thing we contacted the right people to guide us for this much unanticipated exploration. Kudos to Sir Jamis … Continue reading Spelunking Experience at the Mysterious Balay sa Agta
Love is like nature, It’s the home of your finest pleasures and greatest fears. Allow it to kill you or guide you. No matter your choice, one thing is for sure… It will take up the totality of you.
What does it take to reach your goal?
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 we … Continue reading Exploring Alegria: From Mt. Lanaya to Cambais Falls
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
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
As per request by a friend. Here’s my first climb experience in Bukidnon more than a year ago. Enjoy the read. 🙂
|With my friend/schoolmate who serve as one of my guides|
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Photo credit: Asa Ni Quen? Yes, I know what you’re thinking. It is named after a giant, hence the name Gigantes Island? Let’s try to trace its origin. According to Wikipedia, the island chain is so-named after Sabuluag/Salauag, an endemic tree species to the islands. It was renamed to Gigantes Island during the Spanish colonial … Continue reading Why So-Called Gigantes Island?