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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Misfortunes of Raped Beaches

May 7, 2016

What will sadden you is the garbage on the beach and in what was left of the old hotel’s cottages. The island is being raped at the moment, not screaming yet, because naive as she can be, she still doesn’t know what’s happening.

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Tips for Calaguas: Think of Paradise

April 25, 2016

     There are lots of ways to do it but this post  revolves around what to expect on going and staying in Calaguas – based on my 2 days and 1 night stay through Best Calaguas Tour.I’m gonna mention the good and the not so good parts but don’t get me wrong. Calaguas is paradise! […]

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Events

One Sunday, One Run, One Philippines

October 17, 2013

I was consciously running for the environment one Saturday in an organized fun run. Ironically the path we were traversing smelled really really filthy it was uncomfortable bordering to disgusting -to think that runners pant for breathes to stay alive. That side of Philcoa stinks. The former vice president who joined the event noted, too. Along […]

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