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Siquijor | When time sleeps, History awakens

Siquijor  (via Dumaguete)

When time sleeps, History awakens

Black magic, vodoo dolls and the alike. When one hears these things about the beautiful island of siquijor, they either get pumped up for a mysterious adventure or they get shivering with fear. 912 more words

Wanderlust

Sweet Summer Ending | Sipalay City, Philippines

“Summer” vacation, the Philippines’ dry season and those few months (March-May) when students are relieved from school duties, has come to an inescapable close. Before the rain clouds bring gentle showers with them, we were lucky enough to catch and enjoy the final rays of the warm summer sun in Sipalay City’s lovely (yet mostly secret) destinations. 1,018 more words

Philippines

Parallel Worlds, Conflicting Interests: The Uncharted Waters and Privatised Lands of Mactan Island, Cebu

There is solace underwater. Yes, the danger seeps through, of worlds unknown and creatures unfound, but ultimately there is comfort in the beauty it holds, and the boundless uncharted territories it offers.  836 more words

PHILIPPINES

Philippine Islands

The Philippines are divided into three island groups, Luzon, the Visayas and Mindanao. Luzon and Mindanao are named after their main islands of the same names, while the Visayas (the Visayan Islands) is an archipelago. 584 more words

7107 Islands

Negros Occidental: Bacolod City, Talisay City & Murcia

During my visit in Bacolod last October, I had the chance to visit some of the historical places and nature parks. The places were refreshing, splendid, and breath-taking. 239 more words

Asia

Crazy Bladez

Apparently a relative of my paternal grandmother murked a bunch of people during the 50s. From Amok Wikia (they have a wiki devoted to amok cases???): 243 more words

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