Three months ago, together with my friends, we visited as much tourist attractions as we can within our 3 days in Cebu. Kawasan falls, in Badian, is one of my few favorites. I guess it’s because of its greens, and of its unpretentious beauty. Apart from the cold, cold water though, I disliked all the … Continue reading Badian’s shades of green
Before August ends, I’d like to share the DIY Itinerary I made for a 4days/3nights Cebu adventure with my high school friends, which we did at the first weekend of the month. As expected, it wasn’t easy plotting all the activities we wanted to do in Cebu in a limited time frame. There are a … Continue reading Exploring 7 of Cebu’s tourist attractions in 4 days for only 6,000 pesos all in
I have this strong need to go back to a place and it’s strange cause each time I think about it, the hunger to go back grows more and more until I let out a sigh of cheap airfare wishes and hopes of longer vacation leave days. It might be just the travelling bug, or … Continue reading 25-hour Siquijor love affair
Rain starts falling heavily on a gloomy Wednesday afternoon just as when I finished shooting my photo story entry for Grid Travel Series II. To be honest, I am unsatisfied with my work – it could’ve been better and the idea was too much for me (or narrow maybe). What I am sure though is … Continue reading Making art from slippers and glue
The Grid Travel Series II: La Union is a 4-day advanced photography and photojournalism workshop created by the amazing guys from Grid Magazine. I’m beyond blessed to be one of the chosen participants of the workshop where I was able to meet really accomplished photographers and make friends with those whose passion for their craft is hands-down unquestionable.
I couldn’t remember the last time my family went on a vacation together. Aside from everyone being super busy with school and work, we haven’t had the chance to really spend for quality time outside home. However, last weekend, we finally had the opportunity to take the weekend off and enjoy the company of one another at Kalaw Place in Puerto Galera.
Summer in the Philippines means two months of beach bumming and bonding with the friends and family. For April, me and my highschool friend, Recy planned to go to Nagsasa Cove to celebrate our birthdays.
Everyone was super excited going there. There were only six of us and we brought everything that we needed, including the food that we bought at San Antonio’s public market. While the others were buying goods from the wet market, Chloe and I had to watch over our group’s baggage. One vendor approached me, smiled, and lent me her chair while we wait.