Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Miyajima & Beppu (October 2018)

You know what they say (at least in the Philippines), let destiny (a.k.a. Cebu Pacific’s seat sale) take you there! And so, here we decided to go, despite being constantly told that there’s nothing much to do in this part of the country. But oh, come on! The enjoyment of a trip has nothing to do with the destination–one’s experience of a place is always … Continue reading Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Miyajima & Beppu (October 2018)

Western Canada Pt. 3: Banff (September 2017)

Part 3 out of 6.  Read about the rest of my Canada trip HERE.  DAY 1 TAKKAKAW FALLS At 302 meters from the base, this figure of beauty is one of the tallest waterfalls in Canada. I’m glad we were still able to visit the site given its seasonal visibility. As I jumped down the bus, I immediately awed over the chunks of white on the … Continue reading Western Canada Pt. 3: Banff (September 2017)

San Juan, La Union (2017)

Experienced this seasoned surf-spot anew with a visit to San Gabriel Falls. I enjoyed the trek for many reasons: the change of scenery every few minutes (there were a lot of picture spots), the flora and fauna we encountered, our entertaining tour guide (this guy had his wits handy!), and the bumpy, experiential ride on the jeepney top (only in the Philippines, y’all!). Evening was … Continue reading San Juan, La Union (2017)

Mt. Daguldol (2014)

daI could only recall so much from my first climb, ever. Mostly because I didn’t have a digital camera with me, and perhaps I was too careful to even bring out my camera (the weather wasn’t very helpful, either). Nevertheless, I’d like to share with you some photographs of the first mountain I conquered (for my keepsakes, too), as my application to be a Loyola … Continue reading Mt. Daguldol (2014)