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Negros Backpacking: Canlaon City

This was our last stop of our Negros trip before going home to Iloilo.

Our planned was to do a “short” hike to the mountain, and see what this small city can offer. 917 more words


Boracay/Visayas Weather, dec. 18, 9pm

All day cloudy with moderate rainfall and strong winds up to 35 knots. A cold front brings cooler conditions.

Actual temperature 22 degrees. Gusty winds. Rain.    13 more words

Pinas Muna: Iloilo's Historic Churches

For a time, Iloilo City enjoyed the title of Queen City of the South before Cebu City claimed it as its own. It was the last Spanish capital when Manila surrendered to the forces of the United States of America. 467 more words

Travel And Tours

Agas-Agas: Crossing the Philippines' Tallest Bridge

In March 2013, Edge and I were in Leyte where we had the chance to see and even cross the famous San Juanico Bridge, the longest in the country.   342 more words


The First Earth Goddess of Asia


Before anything else, I have a question. Have you ever wondered why most of the Visayan beauties are victorious in beauty pageants? To answer that, let us review first our geography lessons. 850 more words

Alpha 4 Pageants

CHURCH HOPPING: The Six Churches in Siquijor

Siquijor, the “island of fire” is said to be mystical which scares some travelers to visit the beautiful province. In contrast with this, the island has some of the oldest churches in the archipelago, the Philippines. 317 more words


Chasing the Waterfalls of Tambis

A sudden torrential rain, itchy plants, tiny blood-sucking leech-like creatures called limatok in the Waray dialect, supernatural tales, fordings on streams with slippery rocks, trail so steep we had to use vines for climbing, there were even times that there was not a trail at all. 292 more words