Shiradventurist: At Paco Park

It was just a typical day, little that I know I’ll be able to visit one of the popular Park in Manila. That park that I only have seen on TV or movies – The Paco Park. I meant to stay in Malate for three weeks to take some not so personal errands. I arrived in…

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Bantayan: Virgin Island

Wow! was the first word I uttered when the pump-boat started to slow down and seeing the Virgin Island even closer. As you know, Philippines has a lot of islands to offer from local to foreign people and there are definitely some of those you already eyeing to go to – like Boracay or Palawan. But…

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Some Days At Camiguin Island

Some days of my summer were spent at Camiguin Island. Not a long stay but enough to escape from hustle bustle city and noise from the neighborhood. It was not a weekend getaway nor a long-planned trip. It was a short notice invitation from a friend who planned to visit his home province, but it is…

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Sunset View At White Island, Camiguin

The whole time I’ve been here, not alone tho, was totally breathtaking and covered the worries I had in mind. So peaceful.  

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Away

I was so drained and I just realized why lots of people want to destress in the beach. *the feels* đŸ˜© I miss this island and I just want to be here tomorrow when the sun will rise. Ugh, it’s been a week already since I went here and I haven’t blog about it yet.…

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Sun Kissed

It’s already summer here in the Philippines and just last Thursday, I had an awesom journey at Camiguin. I’m going to blog that trip soon when I have more time, but for now allow me to share a beautiful photo taken at White Island. In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Forces of Nature.”

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The Lesser, The Better – In Some Ways

I am not sure if this day went well for me or not but one thing I am certain, it is productive. Quote for today: The less you get attached, the less hurt you get. This is not so new to me because I already learned this since 2012, maybe that’s why I care less…

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Move It. Move It.

Last 2013, my friend and I visited Malasag Eco Tourism Village at Cagayan de Oro, Philippines (my hometown). While we were resting after our Eco-tour, suddenly, we heard a native music playing. And yes we were right, a group of native people were dancing and showing us pretty much well native moves. Wish to come back here soon.…

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Different Faces Of Sunrise

Because morning is beautiful and sunrise is worth sharing, here’s my morning view collection. These photos are NOL FILTER at all. See the inner beauty of God’s creation. In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Early Bird“.

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