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
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
I was literally freaking out yesterday. My three year relationship with my phone almost ended when I found out that it can no longer take good photos. My friends kept joking that maybe it was probably the right time to buy a new one. But I can’t adhere to such fate. It has been with … More Lulugayan Falls and all the moments we lost…
The advancement brought about by technology opened doors for more individuals to pursue new hobbies – say, mobile photography. It is a given fact that photography on its own is an expensive pursuit, but thanks to smart phone innovations, this became more attainable to many (just like me!). With it came the filters, macro lenses, … More Photowalk in Sogod: Finding Beauty in the Ordinary
BMC has waged war amongst outdoorsmen. While the sole purpose of this outdoor course is to establish standardized dos and don’ts guidelines, there are some who find this unnecessary… and expensive. Debates highlight more on the qualified personnel to give the lecture-workshop and the process of assessment to ensure that learning did take place. For … More What if we include “Outdoor Ethics” in the Curriculum?
Economic stability comes with a price. In Cebu’s case, it’s the still unresolved issue with regards to traffic. And what’s more depressing than this thought is the fact that we can’t complain about it since we are part of it. Hence pointing all those accusing fingers to the government. I used to do that. But … More Forget the Traffic, Let’s Go to Minglanilla’s Matun-og Falls
Climate change is only for the books. While it’s ideal to talk about the means and ways on how to solve the seemingly incurable problem with regards to ozone depletion, real talk is, nobody wants to do something about it. It’s easy to enumerate the things that should be done. It’s easy to point fingers … More I don’t LNT
I think I would stop blogging. I had been dwelling with this sentiment for these past months and this had been the reason why I have been slacking off for quite some time. Others label this as writer’s block; I’d like to believe it’s otherwise. Words are still hovering around my head and my fingers … More Jam-packed Adventure to Binuthan Cave and Waterfalls (Bonbon, Cebu City)
“As much as you want to plan your life, it has a way of surprising you with unexpected things that will make you happier than you originally planned. That’s what you call God’s will.” I remembered my Sixth Grade teacher telling us over and over again, that the secret to happiness is not to expect. … More Basak Falls and Malingin Falls: Expecting the Unexpected