Bocaue Peak – A Spontaneous Day Trek

There are times when on-the-spot impromptu trips are better than the ones that are meticulously planned and scheduled. Maybe because this gives us the instant hype feeling of adventure and anticipation, and lesser time to rethink and slack off. I, myself have experienced this for several times. The latest instance was last … Read More

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Mt. Naupa – A Weekend Breather

After a long stressful week, nothing compares with the relief brought by an escape back to mama nature’s arms. Escaping from the city has this “healing” factor. It naturally de-stresses you physically and mentally. Everybody has their own share of getting stressed, be it from work, school, relationships or simply … Read More

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Mt. Takliad And The Lost Trail

Mt. Takliad is located in Argao, Cebu. A neighbouring peak of the infamous Mt. Lantoy. This lesser known peak hasn’t reached the ears of most campers yet. I was able to climb the peak as I was invited to join the weekend trip plotted by fellow outdoor bloggers Wandering Soul … Read More

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Bao-Bao Falls: The Humble Beauty

Lianga maybe as rural as you can imagine, but hidden within its trees and mountains is a sweet spot sleeping in peace. Bao-Bao Falls may not be as tall and proud as the other known waterfalls, but it sure leave a unique mark on your experiences. The waterfall reminds me of … Read More

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Tinuy-an Falls: The Cascade Of Beauty

Tinuy-an Falls is yet another gem the Philippines can be proud of. This waterfall is perfectly carved to form a giant ladder-like structure. Each level somehow is perfectly sliced by nature. Tinuy-an Falls is located in Bislig in the province of Surigao del Sur. Last August 29, 2016, I was … Read More

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Iloilo City: Queen’s City in the South

On our last day of our trip, we decided to go rampage on our foodtrip in Iloilo City. What to do in Iloilo City? Well, foodtrip is for sure. You must try their famous batchoy in La Paz market. Specifically in Netong’s Batchoy which was already featured in several magazine TV … Read More

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Bacolod City: The City of Smiles

As early as 6AM, we departed Iloilo to catch the 6:30AM boat trip for Bacolod City. After 2 hours, we reached Bacolod City. Straight from the port, we headed to the Bacolod mansion ruins or more commonly known as “The Ruins”. To get to “The Ruins”, go to the Ceres … Read More

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Tibiao, Antique: A Haven for the Soul

Departed early from Culasi, we headed to Tibiao via Ceres bus. Any bus bound south (San Jose or Iloilo) will pass Tibiao. Tibiao is a municipality of Antique right next to Culasi. After around 30 minutes of ride is  the intersection to Barangay Importante of Tibiao. There are plenty of … Read More

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Malalison Island: An Island Worth Remembering

If you want to see a glorious sunrise you go to Mt. Pulag or any high altitude summit, but if sunset is what you want then try the sunset view of Malalison island. Malalison (pronounced as Mararison by the locals), is an island 15-minute boat ride away from the Culasi proper. … Read More

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