My heart was beating wildly, like it’s about to burst out of my chest. The 30L bag that I was carrying for two days suddenly became so heavy and my feet were shaking as if I had been in a major climb. 936 more words
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Funny how in the last few weeks of 2016, a surprise work assignment saved me from work fatigue in general. It wasn’t really a breather (it was work!) but it was still very fun and very much what I needed (water, spelunking, good food, new friends, new lessons, new opportunities). 58 more words
Siquijor’s charm can be attributed not only to its pristine beaches but also to its laidback way of life and small-town feel. According to some of the locals I met during my visit, there are times during the year when the number of tourists in the island even exceeds the number of locals who actually reside here. 1,286 more words
We admittingly found out about Siquijor because of a YouTube video we watched. We fell in love with two of the island’s destinations, and decided we had to see it for ourselves. 1,378 more words
Seven years strong.
Rose and I celebrated our seventh anniversary in Negros Oriental and Siquijor Island. Special occasion calls for special vacation. After being barraged by our day jobs in the past couple of weeks, that trip was what we needed the most — to reset our system. 564 more words