Travel

Malangaan Cave: Spelunking in Bulacan

February 3, 2017

There is no registration nor entrance fee on the cave and spring. Even the cave guide fee isn’t fixed. In our case, before we could even park near Malangaan spring (parking fee was also free that time, we were the only visitors), a local guy already approached us and asked us if we would be going to the cave. We said yes and right and about he ordered his around 10-year old niece whom we later known as Mylene to get his flashlight.

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Mt. Pinatubo: Nature’s Beautiful Disaster

January 24, 2017

Charmed but dangerous. This volcano’s appeal comes from being boastfully lovely with the whole world knowing how tough it can get when necessary… it whispered an art-of-war tip: make forecasting what you’ll do next a challenge even for experts.

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Glamping at San Rafael River Adventure

December 23, 2016

If you’re looking for something really low-key but at the same time, convenient, comfortable and still has that lazy and cozy vacation vibe, then glamping is worth a try. Anyway, for most day tours where there are a lot of other activities to do outside of your accommodations, who would want to stay inside?

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Random Thoughts

Forgiving Marcos as Catholics

November 23, 2016

We must forgive. We must forget the pain, the hurt, and anger for our enemies’ and our own’s sake.But you know what Christians also have to do? They have to show love by correcting the sins of their neighbors. They should call out wrong doings and never tolerate it by regarding their deeds as heroic.

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How to Save a Flushed Cellphone

November 3, 2016

I decided to write this post to drop you guys some tips on what to do when you accidentally had your phone soaked in water and injected it with pressure at the same time (ex. you flushed it in a toilet bowl, forgot to remove it from your laundry and tossed it inside a washing machine, jumped to a swimming pool while cellphone’s inside your pants, flood).

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Events | Random Thoughts

A Lot Like Christmas

November 2, 2016

It’s in the air, in the cold of morning, the sun’s rays at the breaking of dawn. Somehow, I am no astronomical or geophysical instrument but the heart really knows those little solar irradiance differences brought by the winter solstice – even thought I live in the tropic.

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Random Thoughts

Lola Payat

October 4, 2016

Pray for us when you get to heaven, Lola. Let the scent of incense replace the tobacco’s smell you used to smoke. In heaven, you’ll find amusement more satisfying than that of solitaire. You’ll wear there the finest skirts we didn’t get to shop here and even if you eat a lot, you’ll maintain that slim figure I unfortunately didn’t inherit.

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Faith Healing

September 28, 2016

Faith may be some people’s either last or only resort. But it’s the only thing that offers real healing…it can teach ways on how to face our battles, on how to carry our cross each day similar to as how Jesus would do given the same circumstance.

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