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To Hills, Lake, and Ruins

I’ve always wanted to explore Albay. However, all I’ve known about it is the infamous active volcano with the perfect triangular shape. The pride of all Bicolanos and the so called “sister volcano” of Mt. 1,514 more words

Dok

A Day in Albay

No ATV rides, no sili ice cream, but it was still quite an experience.

I swore that this year, I’ll explore Philippines more, so one seat sale or so ago, I looked for a place to go to and decided on Albay.   965 more words

Photography

The South of Luzon

Southern Luzon has a lot of things to brag about.  It is just as beautiful as its northern part and sometimes even more endearing.

Why, it is home to Mt. 315 more words

Travel

Resilience: Rooted in God

Last year, I was able to make a trip to Legazpi City, Albay, Bicol—southwest part of Luzon. A strong typhoon just passed by the area so when I set my feet, I was welcomed by the darkness due to the citywide power outage. 1,405 more words

Faith

Philippines - Bicol

Ever since a friend of mine shared the photo of the Fireflies in Bicol, it had been added at the top of my bucket list. So, this year, along with my friends (same friends I went with to Ilocos) we started planning our Bicol Tour. 1,588 more words

Adventure

Touting the Tout

Daraga, Albay, the Philippines

November 21, 2015

You know the drill. Pretend to lean on it, rest your elbow on it, lick it like a lolly, strangle it like your ex’s neck. 435 more words

Philippines

Mayon Volcano: A Dangerous Beauty

Disembarking from our plane at Legaspi airport we immediately came face to face with the volcano but almost half of the famous landmark was hidden from view by a band of clouds. 651 more words

Philippines