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
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)
What have I accomplished this year? Well, aside from repetitively complaining about my increasing weight but still profoundly falling in love with frenchfries and chocolates, I couldn’t claim that much has been accomplished this year. I didn’t become a millionaire. I’m still dreaming of graduating masters and attending that “Sablay”. And no modification of my … More 16 Things accomplished in 2016
“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
I will not be another flower picked for my beauty and left to die. I will be wild, difficult to find and impossible to forget. –Srin Van Vuren “Only the three of you? You don’t have any man with you?!” Not only once did we hear that question during our hike to Mt. Hambubuyog whenever … More MT. HAMBUBUYOG: Stereotypes of Women on Adventure
“Life is too short to miss out on being truly happy.” Now and then it’s good to pause in our pursuits of happiness and just be happy for the moment. To simply enjoy little luxuries and feel that we have chosen the right path, the right decision – like meeting the right man at the … More GETTING LOST: DISCOVERING HIMBABAWOD AND MΊPΊ FALLS
“Hanggang saan aabot ang P20 mo?” This is one familiar line from the Corneto commercial and for someone like me who doesn’t earn much, exhausting all means in order to save is of utmost priority. So, where did my P500.00 bring me this Christmas break? While Samboan has become famous for its chasing waterfalls … More WHERE WILL YOUR P500.00 BRING YOU?
“I’ve always felt like an outsider. I don’t belong in the mainstream, and I quite like that.” – Nick Lowe I am not the best person to ask about fashion, lifestyle, food trips, and even the latest happenings in the showbiz industry; but if we are talking about current events, general information, history and geography, … More KABANG FALLS AND SIRAO PEAK: Urban Trekking and Friendship Building