Bagolatao’s Pebble Beaches: For Your Information

1.There are no eateries in the area so you should bring your own bring food. The sari-sari stores could only provide for sodas, liquors, and junk food. 2. The terminal serving jeepneys bound to Bagolatao Pebble Beaches including White Pebbles Beach Resort is located beside the biggest LCC Mall in Naga City. There are also…

Bagolatao Trilogy’s Part 3: Dipping In The Seawaters

Amidst my now urban life’s constant uproar, I refuse to forget how nature nourishes me. There is a big difference between watching the azure waters and plunging into it. Did you ever wonder why you do not want to leave the seawater that easy especially when you were a lot younger? This explains why swimming in…

Bagolatao Trilogy’s Part 2: Stargazing By The Beach

In the evening, while Ms. Wonderwall and I were resting on the veranda, the clouds that were covering the skies earlier were clearing away. Without a doubt, it was a clear night away from city lights. This paved the way for the so-called diamonds in the sky to swagger their ethereal sparkles. Both of us…

Bagolatao Trilogy’s Part 1: Basking In The Natural Scenery

When we hear the word “beach”, what usually comes to mind is an expanse of sand along a shore. Until I came across White “Pebbles” Beach at Brgy. Bagolatao in Minalabac, Camarines Sur. I had been to several beaches in the Bicol Region but it is only when I had my vacation a month ago…

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2014: A Year of Life Lessons

2013 was a milestone year for Stories of the Wandering Feet & Mind. The blog gained several blurbs from other blogs and the blogger had an article published in national print. The experience was very humbling. Now that 2015 has already unfolded, it is but fitting for me to join the bandwagon once again even though…

Romanticizing The Ruins Of Cagsaua Church

The Cagsaua Ruins, just like the Pagsanjan Falls in Laguna (“Shooting the Roughly Blazed Paths to Pagsanjan Falls“), in the town of Daraga is one of those tourist places I had only seen on TV, postcards, stamps, and textbooks during grade school. A place I only dreamt of visiting when I was a kid. I…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Carefree

(The picture is a memento of one of my visits [2010] to CamSur Watersports Complex.) One of the things I do to lionize summer is to go home to my second province, Camarines Sur, in order to check the estival wakeboard tournament at CamSur Watersports Complex in Cadlan. While climbing mountains or swimming at the…

Travelogue: The Philippines, K.S.A., & Beyond

“ABU DHABI” Weekly Photo Challenge: On Top “DUBAI” Chronicles Of A Three-Day Trip To Dubai: “Night Walk and Swimming in Jumeirah” Chronicles Of A Three-Day Trip To Dubai: “Food Trip at SOY in The Dubai Mall” Chronicles Of A Three-Day Trip To Dubai: “Dubaiscapes” Chronicles Of A Three-Day Trip To Dubai: “Deirascapes” Chronicles Of A Three-Day Trip…