Mt. Pulag: What the Playground of Gods taught us about Taking Things Slowly (via Akiki Trail)

WARNING: If you are looking for a detailed itinerary and summary of expenses of our Akiki-Ambangeg hike, feel free to scroll down to the last part of this post. You might find the next paragraphs to be overly dramatic and gross. HAHAHA. One of the many guilty pleasures of every human being is getting envious … More Mt. Pulag: What the Playground of Gods taught us about Taking Things Slowly (via Akiki Trail)

Mt. Kanlaon: Climbing Visayas’ Highest and Most Active Stratovolcano

If you’re following a lot of travel blogs, probably you have crossed upon the idea of the “quit-your-job and-travel-the-world” hype. While the idea seemed gutsy and bold and many backpackers have successfully survived with it, this does not hold true for everybody. Coming from an “above the poverty line” class of family – Filipino family … More Mt. Kanlaon: Climbing Visayas’ Highest and Most Active Stratovolcano

Spartan Trail: Paying forward what the Mountains had taught me

If you were to ask me about the first mountain I have climbed, brace yourself for a long and detailed tale of a gutsy decision and misadventure. It’s difficult to forget a first time – same as first love, first boyfriend, first heartbreak, first… whatever. But more than the memories, it’s the lessons that we … More Spartan Trail: Paying forward what the Mountains had taught me

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)

Calibasan with Sagoy Outdoor Group: Getting Lost with the Monkeys

“I don’t know where I’m going; but I’m getting there.” Aside from being able to reflect upon the current status of my life, going to the mountains and traveling to different parts of the Philippines has allowed me to meet different people from all walks of life. To recall, just this year, I was able … More Calibasan with Sagoy Outdoor Group: Getting Lost with the Monkeys