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Kabigan Falls

Rest stop. They sell food and drinks here (drinks are expensive.)

Yes I know, long exposure gone wrong lol


Kabigan Falls in Ilocos Norte… 33 more words


A Taste of the Famous Belgian Waffles

November was a busy month for me that I almost forgot that I deserved some rest and unwinding. Thank God for the Holidays! It’s dawned on me that I’m still human – that needs to take a day off, and to have at least a good cup of hot coffee, AND to shoot the bull with a significant other, even just for a couple of minutes. 174 more words


Ilocos: Pride of the North

Ilocos, Philippines – Hurray to the newly hailed wonder city of the world! As most of you didn’t know, I, Sheila, have an Ilocano blood. My roots, both sides, are from the Northern Philippines, Ilocos and Cagayan Region. 489 more words


HERITAGE TOUR: The Bohol Experience

It was in October of 2013 when Bohol and other parts of the Visayas in the Philippines was struck by a 7.0-magnitude earthquake. Some of the more than century-old structures were destroyed and became piles of rubble. 100 more words


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Kick the Bucket.”

There are probably A LOT of things I don’t want to do but I can be talked in to doing.

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Week 1 Day 4

PB 59:25

Today I have managed to do the Aphrodite. I thought It’s gonna be a rest day but I still have the energy, so why not.   64 more words


Isla de Gigantes

The most memorable experiences isn’t when everything goes smoothly. Too be honest, most of the trips I have spent money on staying in luxurious hotels and perfectly catered tours, are usually quickly forgotten. 326 more words