The Not-So-Famous Bumbungan Eco Park

After the exciting and tiring activities (e.g., Shooting the Rapids, plain sauntering  through the Japanese Garden, and tasting the serene Lumot Lake) in the peaceful town of Cavinti, tourists and travelers alike would flock to a place where they can relax and wash up. This is the time when a not so known place called Bumbungan Eco…

“Shooting The Roughly Blazed Paths” To Pagsanjan Falls

Located in the province of Laguna, Pagsanjan Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls in the Philippines and, undoubtedly, one of the major tourist attractions of Southern Tagalog. I had known Pagsanjan Falls since elementary days because it was repeatedly introduced to our Social Studies, not to mention its numerous insertions in our oral…

I’m Back!

After two weeks of vacation in my birthplace, I’m but happy to be back to share additional travel stories (e.g., Climb to Mount Banoi in Batangas, Visit to Pagsanjan Falls in Laguna, Beachineering at Lobo Beach in Batangas, Rediscovering One of the Country’s Historical Treasures through San Pablo Chuch in Isabela, Pilgrimage to the Shrine…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Self Portrait

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