Two things. First, I am not sure about its original name, “Panimahawa” or “Paminahawa”. Some call it the latter, while the locals use the other one. Second, I would have forgotten to write about this trip if not for my late friend, who was one of the casualties of the pandemic, Lai. I was just simply scrolling some of my travel photos and I came to a pause when I saw the photos during this trip.
What’s a better way to address summer heat than to soak and bathe in nature’s given refresher? Well, that’s what we did after we descended from our Panimahawa camp. Just … Continue reading CEDAR (Center for Ecological Development And Recreation): Bukidnon
Travelling. A cliche entry on almost every person’s list to accomplish and experience. I admit. I, myself, contribute to the census of people drawn in to the world of travelling. … Continue reading A Sporadic Chance – My Theater Journey
It’s currently 12 o’clock noon right now and I am here in our couch writing this article. While stuck in our house for almost a month, I am juggling between … Continue reading When This Pandemic (COVID-19) Is Over…
Well this one is already a very long overdue post. But observing the ever growing community of mountain hikers, trekkers, or whatever you call it, rushed my memories back to … Continue reading Climbing Mt. Hibok – Hibok and Lessons Learned
TravelBook.ph is a top online hotel booking site in the Philippines. With over 2000 hotel partners, it ensures that travelers have the best options for accommodations no matter where their … Continue reading TravelBook.ph Blogger Affiliate Program Held It’s First Blogger Getaway in Caramoan
Baguio City is known as Philippine’s summer capital due to its natural cold weather. People depart from the city during summer days to escape the heat and stay in Baguio … Continue reading Revisiting Baguio City
Libuacan cold spring is a spring where its waters flow to form a river. The spring somehow mimics the Enchanted River, only lesser known. The spring also boasts deep clear water. The … Continue reading Libuacan Cold Spring: The Lesser Known Gem of Surigao del Sur