Isang Sakay Lang: Daranak and Batlag Falls

I’ve never seen a waterfall until two Saturdays ago. “Isang sakay lang”(just one ride) was all it takes for Airine ( a friend from the QA team) and I to agree on packing our bags on the way to Tanay,… Continue Reading

Weekend wanderlust: Taal, a glimpse of history

basilica of st martin de tours

I was taught that Taal is the smallest active volcano when I was learning my geography via Sibika at Kultura.  When I was studying Heograpiya, Kasaysayan at Sibika (HeKaSi), I learned that Taal is a volcano inside a volcano.  According… Continue Reading

Bohol: Communing with History and Nature

I woke up early the next morning after a tiring tour of Tagbilaran on foot. I was happy to  hear the quiet hum of the air conditioning unit rather than the honks of impatient drivers in the busy streets of… Continue Reading

Exploring Tagbilaran City

 Boarding Pass: Seat 28F. Window seat pa rin 🙂  After my first leisure travel experience in Cebu last March, I have grown the habit of visiting the local budget airline sites such as that of Airphil Express, Cebu Pacific… Continue Reading

Short journey to Nueva Ecija

After my grand solo backpacking in Tagbilaran, the island city of Bohol and a month-long absence in my hometown, I decided to pack Serge with my Nikkie and Ippie along with a bunch of sweets I bought from my recent… Continue Reading