Malubog Lake: Creating Ripples of Love, Understanding, Positivity

I was heading home the other night when a commotion near Carbon Market happened. All automobiles came into a halt because of an accident – potatoes came rolling on the road. While the drivers started complaining about the negligence of the sidewalk vendor, my thoughts were on the unfortunate potatoes rolling back and forth. No, … More Malubog Lake: Creating Ripples of Love, Understanding, Positivity

Solo Biking around Olanggo Island: Where Wild Hearts Go

 The heart has always been reputed as a fragile being caged behind the shatterproof ribs. It is delicate and should always be treated warmly as it easily gets bruised, wounded, and scarred. This is what we have come to believe when we got our hearts broken, heard stories of betrayal and dishonesty, saw in plain … More Solo Biking around Olanggo Island: Where Wild Hearts Go

Late Night Stroll at the “Queen City” by Two, Young, Dumb, Broke Girls

An unfamiliar feeling aroused inside me while watching a softball match – between college students who were very much engrossed with bickering and plotting out evil plans against each other. Several years ago, I was just like them… determined to reach a certain goal no matter what the cost may be. But adulting happened. I … More Late Night Stroll at the “Queen City” by Two, Young, Dumb, Broke Girls

White Cave traverse to Calbasaan Peak: How Campo Siete showed us the Beauty of Holding on and Letting go

   Saturday Anybody who’d by chance see that kick would be astounded. He was still his bubbly old self but for those who’ve known him deeper, they’d know how paralysis changed him. He was smiling upon the recollection of his old friends but his eyes were empty and distant. My heart sank and tears were … More White Cave traverse to Calbasaan Peak: How Campo Siete showed us the Beauty of Holding on and Letting go

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)