BEST BUDGET BACKPACKING TENT: MONGAR ULTRALIGHT 2 PERSON TENT

BEST BUDGET BACKPACKING TENT: MONGAR ULTRALIGHT 2 PERSON TENT

My unboxing was dated April 20, 2019 and I forgot to show close to the camera all the things inside the package. I was so excited to open it that I forgot all about showing them to you, guys. I hope you won’t get confused to see another clip of all the parts of my tent some of which are crumpled for having been used twice. Therefore, I got the chance to share also in this video some reviews about the tent.

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The Places that I’m Grateful They Exist

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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Celebrating Christmas With A Cup of Coffee Only

Celebrating Christmas With A Cup of Coffee Only

 

I celebrated my Christmas 2017 away from home, no opening of gifts during midnight, no noche buena but just a bunch of friends shivering with cold in this December breeze and seeing only the blanket of fog at the top of Mt. Kan-irag ( Sirao Peak ).

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Alto Peak : Climbing The Highest Peak In Eastern Visayas that Made Me Cry, Well Almost

PART TWO: What it is Like to Try Major Climb for the First Time

 

After our exhausting climb in Lake Janagdan, we were met by a spectacular scenery, yet we were also greeted by danger that lurked in the corner. As I trod along the majestic trail, there was an instant when I held on to a thorny plant and the thorns pierced both of my palms. I almost cried because of the pain. Watch that video  (https://wp.me/p6aPTy-Ld) if you haven’t seen it yet. 

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Camping in Malubog : Kind of Disappointing

Camping in Malubog: Kind of Disappointing

 

We were looking up desperately hoping the clouds in the firmament would vanish even just at midnight for we were going to witness this rare phenomenon, the Perseid Meteor Shower, which occurs once a year. We screamed our hearts out that this moment would be perfect as we desired it to be. We prayed to see that magic in the sky but God forbade us to see it. Instead He sent heavy rains, thunder and lightning as if there was festivity in heaven. We were dismayed for a moment as shown by the faces of frustration from all of us. But I won’t let this adventure fail. I won’t let this speck of negativity dishearten us.

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LAKE JANAGDAN : What It’s Like to Climb to the Crater of a Dormant Volcano

PART ONE: What it is Like to Try Major Climb for the First Time

 

I just had my first ever major climb on the highest highland of Eastern Visayas, the Alto Peak also known as Mt. Aminduen. But before reaching Mt. Alto we also summitted its neighbor, Mt. Janagdan, a dormant volcano. This volcano boasts of its stunning and enchanting Lake Janagdan located on its crater.

Here’s my VLOG on how my friends and I climbed Lake Janagdan. Spoiler alert, something happened to me at 7:02. Check this one out so that a similar incident will not happen to you in case you would want to try climbing there as well.😂😂

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