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Chasing Waterfalls in Iligan

October 14, 2018
Iligan Waterfalls Guide

City of Majestic Waterfalls. That’s what Iligan is with 24 waterfalls on its 813 sq kms of land area. Some would require a trek while others can be gazed upon with a mere habal-habal ride. I was fortunate to visit three during half a day (after lunch to afternoon) and here’s some tips for you […]

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How to Spend 24 Hours in Davao (Part 2)

August 20, 2018
Chasing Sunrise in Davao

Witness sea of clouds without the hiking. Buy souvenir dark chocolates Davao is famous for but first, discover how chocolates are made from tree to bar (cocoa tree to chocolate bar). Be entertained and educated by a bird show. Have lunch where the 16th president of the Philippines eats. All these in less than 24 […]

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Chinese Garden: Free Things To Do in Singapore

August 4, 2018
Chinese Garden Singapore

Chinese Garden is actually a park composed of Chinese Garden and Japanese Garden.  Visit this not if you want to rest from walking because you still have to walk a lot here. Visit this if you want some three hours or more of tranquility away from the crowd of Singapore without spending anything but MRT […]

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Seven Free Things to Do in Singapore

July 24, 2018
Seven Free Things to Do in Singapore

The most expensive  in the world ironically has a lot of marvelous things to offer for free! I will run down just the things that I experienced myself in Singapore. 1.Visit Churches, Monasteries I haven’t been to a lot of foreign countries but when I do I always make sure I get to pray inside […]

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Graffiti in SG

July 21, 2018
Graffiti in Singapore

Graffiti, though noticeably prevalent in Singapore, isn’t exactly what you came here for. Found both in nooks and the upstreet, this art can be experienced once one decided to explore just a tiny bit away from the usual tourist spots. A walk under the blistering heat bound to nowhere usually leads to colorful walls which […]

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Cebu’s Centuries Old Houses: Casa Gorordo

June 1, 2018
Casa Gorordo Cebu

It is evident that the past and current owners of Casa Gorordo are wealthy families. Casa Gorordo screams that it was a house of the affluent and it doesn’t need research. It manifests in the hugeness of the house, the elaborate staircase, the details of the ceiling, the materials from which the floorings were built. […]

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Cebu’s Centuries-Old Houses: 1730 Jesuit House

1730 Jesuit House Cebu

Surprised, too, that I would enjoy looking at old houses. Amazed, how travels can lead to self-discovery, reminding me that once upon a time, it was a dream to be a historian thinking that championing history quiz bees may very well lead to that. Noticed the humble brag? ^_~ Museums are the closest things to […]

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