Once you get a taste how wonderful it is to chase waterfalls in Cebu, you’ll eventually be craving for more. Aside from wonderful beaches, Cebu is also a home to grandiose bodies of water, waiting to be discovered by those who are willing to take the road less traveled. Together with fellow waterfalls chaser, Nessie, … More TRAVEL STORIES: Memorable Journey to Pityak Falls and Lusno Falls
A Yellow Lake in Cebu? Sounds crazy right? This was also our initial reaction upon hearing those words from the locals whom we interacted during our short trip around Cebu. But well, blessed are the curious for they will have adventures. From Lake Kadamon, we took an uphill hike going to a seemingly barren area. … More Have you heard about this YELLOW LAKE in Cebu?
Rumor has it that one of the many reasons why infrastructures are built (despite the troubles in traffic, manpower, and budget) is because of the on-going treasure hunt done by many excavators. According to legends, the Japanese have hidden thousands of treasures upon their occupation here in the Philippines in between 1942 – 1945. And … More LOOK: Treasures Found in Toledo, Cebu
People who keep umbrellas in their bags are weird. This is one of the many crazy things Christine taught me when we were in college. I don’t know where she got that, but that’s one of the reasons why she never brings umbrella with her. And as a loyal comrade, we both get drenched under … More The Colors of the Rain
You know you had a great childhood when you have tons of stories to tell about summer. Those crazy games you played, tricks you mastered, friends you earned, bruises that marked how you survived through the pain. But we’ve long past the stage of childhood. Adulting already joined the group, tagging along bills and deadlines. … More Borrowed Summer Days in Alhibé Farm
What would you do if you weren’t afraid? Such a coincidental question posted by Angel on Facebook after deciding to waive my return tickets for a major climb and declining two free concert passes. Such an opportune time to waste. But you see, as you age, you become more particular with the amount of risks … More Was it wrong to visit Sambawan Island?
The hiking community is so interconnected that when you get affiliated with one, you’ll instantly get linked with other hikers. That’s how I met them – social climbing at its finest. We used to climb together to talk, air out our individual burdens, and laugh to forget the daunting tasks of our respective mundane lives. … More Where to go next after Bada
There were so many things that we weren’t able to do during our visit in Catanduanes – simply because almost everything is under construction. The road to Maribina Falls? Under construction. Virac Cathedral? Under construction. Bato Centennial Church? Under construction. Public market? Under construction. Hotel swimming pool? Still, under construction. Can Catanduanes really substantiate its … More BEWARE: Everything in Catanduanes is Under Construction
Environmental advocacy runs deep. It goes beyond the banning of single-used plastic, preaching about LNT, and using metal straws for drinking. It’s more than just ranting on social media how irresponsible other people are, pointing accusing fingers as if theirs are the cleanest. Advocacy is a lifestyle. You stick with it. You live with it. … More How M+S Café changed the way I look at Coffee
My heart sank together with the sun setting on the arms of the seas while we’re on the summit of Lintaon Peak. The splash of lilacs and pinks would have fallen a great background to the alluring lights of the blossoms that sparked light at Lintaon Peak but I was not allowed to capture that … More When some things are not meant to be at Lintaon Peak