Bonbon Jam-packed Adventures: Rose Farm and Morga Cave and Waterfalls (Binuthan)

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 Bonbon Jam-packed Adventures: Rose Farm and Morga Cave and Waterfalls (Binuthan)

CEBU MOUNTAINS: Perfect Trails for Reflection and Pilgrimage

I’m back! It’s been quite some time since I last posted something relevant in the blog. Others call it “writer’s block”; I’d like to call it hiatus. And while on those moment of reflection and allowing things to happen just the way the universe planned it, I have come to see on social media (and … More CEBU MOUNTAINS: Perfect Trails for Reflection and Pilgrimage

Camotes Island: A Quick Getaway for the Barkada

Admit it or not, it’s difficult to bring back the time when you and your college clique together. How many times have you postponed that dinner-get-together? How many times did you experience a conflict of schedules? Friend Number One is a busy bee – even responding to your message is taxing on her part. Friend … More Camotes Island: A Quick Getaway for the Barkada

The Ideal Man…

“Walang mandirigmang walang sining sa katawan.” (No warrior has ever been left unmarked.) – Lourd de Veyra Tall, dark, and handsome. Like any other girl, I have this perfectly captured image of an “ideal guy”. Having been fed with fairytale books and novels at an early age and hooked to bishies and bishounens of animes, … More The Ideal Man…

Basak Falls and Malingin Falls: Expecting the Unexpected

“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