Author’s Note: Finally. After ten long years, I am now able to keep my promise of publishing “our story” on a “blog”. I don’t know how you are right now, our supposed-to-be “reunion” wasn’t able to live up to its intentions. Nonetheless, I hope you’re all doing great at present (despite the covid threat). Anyways, … More As we meet again…. (A prophecy)
When they say that the future is uncertain, I never thought that it would look like this: a world paralyzed by an imperceptible adversary. Borders indefinitely closed. Soldiers carrying lifeless bodies unharmed by ammunition. Families prohibited from their loved one’s burial. People identified as numbers. Health workers in the frontline. The world now is on … More Uncertain Thoughts
Books were my official travel companions back then. I could spend days and weeks at home, trying to finish a whole series. But then adulting hit hard and responsibilities toppled over the other. And so those books that I have been long hoarding stayed at the bottom of my so-called priority list. But unlike machines … More LIST: Great Books to Read for Wandering Souls
I should be preparing for two major climbs at this moment. I should already have enough pocket money for an international trip by now as well. But all these plans, the same as yours, were all put on hold (if not cancelled) because of this pandemic called COVID-19 – a virus strain that was first … More Traveling to undiscovered places despite COVID-19 Threats
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Admit it, the reason why you clicked this is because you have watched (or currently watching) K-drama series as well. I’m no fanatic, but I believe that it’s also healthy to take a break from the local scene from time to time and indulge in foreign shows as well. This way, we get a multicultural … More Travel Goals? Check out these Kdramas that will inspire you to travel abroad
Cancanlanog Falls is probably one of the most beautiful spot you’d find when searching for tourist destinations in Alegria, Cebu. Its turquoise waters and surrounding rock formations make it so appealing for adventurers and cliffdivers alike. Hence, the interest of including this alluring waterfalls after our dayhike to Mt. Lanaya. I was very much sold … More Cambais or Cancanlanog: Which waterfalls is better?
Ask a number of Cebuano outdoorsmen and they’ll easily refer you to Mt. Lanaya if you want to experience a rather challenging dayhike. Towering at around 700 meters above sea level, this mountain has earned a notorious reputation thanks to its steep ascents, narrow ridges, loose soil, and an almost 90-degree cliff-like rockclimb assault to … More An All-Women’s Hike to Mt. Lanaya – and what it taught me about Girl Power
I’m now torn between traveling and staying at home these days. Half of me still wants to explore and discover places but the other half wanted to rest for the weekend and chill at home. I’ve been running circles and debating what to pursue. Then I realized, why can’t I have both? So I unpacked … More Not traveling? Feed your Wanderlust with these FREE movies
Mt. Pinatubo is a distant dream of mine. Something that is off the bucket list, but a dream destination nonetheless. I didn’t have specific timeline as to when to visit this so called “beautiful disaster”, so as long as if time permits, I will. But time is not an ally these days. With side hustles … More A Stranger brought us to Mt. Pinatubo