Solo Traveling in Calbayog : Two Splendid Waterfalls To Chase in Calbayog

I tried solo traveling once because I wanted to experience freedom of taking risks and of dealing with personally unknown ventures to find out if it is really liberatingly beautiful. I found the answer when I visited Calbayog. It was not all fun; there were times when I got scared while jaunting but at the…

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Chasin’ Waterfalls in Calbayog : (Wordless Blog)

“And one day she discovered that she was fierce, and strong, and full of fire, and that not even she could hold herself back because her passion burned brighter than her fears.”– Mark Anthony

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CALBAYOG ZIPLINE : An Exhilarating 750-Meter Zipline Experience of Gliding Above the Ocean to Another Island

   This adventure happened on my first solo travel to Calbayog. I visited some of the city’s historic sites which were well-preserved and maintained, explored two majestic waterfalls and experienced the exhilarating and fulfilling zipline adventure which I’m going to tackle here in this blog. Unfortunately my trip went wrong for I misjudged my trike…

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Exploring Calbayog : My First Time to Travel Solo… And What Went Wrong?

    I remember last 2016 I traveled for the first time in Catbalogan in the Island of Samar where I celebrated my extended birthday extremely — extremely in the sense that I spent three days there — exploring, living and sleeping inside the biggest  cave in the Philippines, the Langon Gobingob Cave. Not only…

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VIRGIN ISLAND : What I Regret With This Trip 

When I arrived at my favorite destination, my island paradise, my home, Bantayan Island, I wasn’t really planning to go out because I wanted to spend my time with my family, cuddle and bathe our dog (haha 😋) and most importantly I wanted to be in my own bed for I needed to rest this…

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CAPITANCILLO ISLAND : Tiny Yet Exhibiting Unique Magnificence

The roar of the boat’s engine was kind of deafening, leaving us to keep mum and just look around the view of the sea and the horizon. It was a beautiful morning; the sun’s rays penetrated our skin and warmed our body. The gentle waves hit the boat with a rhythm that made me sleepy…

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Sunset Sesh in Mt. Naupa : (Wordless Blog)

Sometimes my mind cannot form the words that I want to express so I’ll just share here some photos that I haven’t posted in my blog. But still if time permits and my mind is in the state of writing, I will still put some stories in it, sooner or later. Please brain work for…

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The Places that I’m Grateful They Exist

There was a time when sadness suddenly hit me. It brought me to turmoil. I was so down and depressed that I couldn’t understand why I felt that way. I even thought of dying but suddenly when I crossed the street and rushing cars passed by me I was then scared of losing my life.

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A Day and an Hour Spent in a Quiet and Quaint Town in Tabogon, Northern Cebu : PLACES TO GO, PLACES TO SEE

A number of tourists, foreign or local alike usually prefer having a vacation in Southern Cebu than in the Northern part believing that the southern part have many known tourists spots. Only a few tourists go to the northern part of Cebu and the usual activity is just island bumming in Malapascua, Carnaza or Bantayan…

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PARADISO CAMPSITE(Paradise Beach Campsite,2019) in Bantayan Island : Simple Yet Exuding Extraordinary Splendour

A male friend of mine, once told me that the Philippines, being an archipelago have beaches and islands that are almost the same in physical features. According to him, one can see similar sights anywhere in the Philippines. For instance, the islands here are embraced with palm groves, great white beaches, clear turquoise seawater, long…

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