Only For An Open Minded Hiker: By Bisaya Traveler Unprejudice Open Trail

I was surfing the internet one day and discovered a Blogger that made a huge difference to my blogging and it kick-started my own life of travel too. Thanks to The Bisaya Traveler. Then finally the day come I met Aldrich. He invited me twice and I was not able to join them in his first invitation because I’ve […]

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Stretching My Legs In Mindanao

We were knackered when the plane landed in General Santos International Airport. It was my first time when I visited Mindanao, the second largest island in the Philippines. The Philippines is composed of three main islands, Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Mindanao is the southernmost island. Among the three main islands, Mindanao is regarded as having […]

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Foressa Adventure Trail

Welcome to my back yard. Yes, the Philippines. It has mountains and jungles, a fresh water springs that flow into crystal clear lagoons. There are so many trails to take and follow to hidden destinations of beauty. On today’s hike I have some colleagues from my old job and some new friends coming out on […]

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Holy Week, Camp Out: Mt Mago & It’s Hidden Cave Underneath

My mind is running in overdrive right now. I am missing someone so much its distracting me so very much. I need a remedy to push back this fuzzy nimbus of distraction right now.  A tactic that my big bear spoke about to me was to focus on a passion that I have and glory in […]

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Chilly Nights: Chalet Hills & Mt Cebu View

My idea is to get away from the hum drum of life and away from the city lights, so I can rest in peace and sleep deeply like the dead. I found myself on that Saturday night craving for the night breeze in the mountains. And the nearest campsite to go camping in Cebu City […]

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I Will Conquer: Budlaan To Kan-Irag Warriors

  This week-end I thought about inviting some friends from Facebook and my regular buddies. Start time was 7.00am. There were some new faces coming out with us this time. One of them had Asthma so we made sure she had her meds with her to keep her safe and her name is Decdec . Decdec […]

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Stepping Stone Of DOOM!

Today’s adventure was really enjoyable.  I have travelled it 4 times before and I knew what challenges where coming right up.  Such as, jagged rocks, slippery surfaces that are difficult to climb on a normal day and some big boulders that force you to zig and zag around them. You need to think about your pathfinder and […]

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Mt. Lanaya : Women Empowerment Climb (Chasing Summits Event)

Proclamation No. 227 s. 1988 providing for the observance of the Month of March as Women’s Role in History Month. Chasing Summits, Empowering women thru outdoor activities. Women’s History Month is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. (source) What an amazing day.  Our climbing troop had […]

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Mt. Mago Resistance Climb 2019, Hosted by MC Outdoors & Apparels

Outdoor Literacy is to welcome new people into outdoors and let them know the basic need to do as mountaineers. (MC Mercs) I admire the attempt of education and teaching of the basic fundamentals that are required to have a successful hiking/camping/campaign by MC Outdoors & Apparels. I’ve been thinking about and pondering, why Filipinos are […]

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Watching for the perfect sunrise! (Mt.Naupa, Naga Cebu)

  “ “As the world spins around just like time, it stops for nobody. OMG backlog-blogging. I’ve been gallivanting from places to places to fulfil my soul of madness. And finally, I am now ready to share my wonderful journey. Who knows this can be your journey too.”

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