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en route Siquijor-Cambugahay Falls

Cambugahay Falls is just one of the many tourist attractions in the island of Siquijor,located 2 km north of the town of Lazi. It consists of cascading multi-tiered waterfalls. 9 more words

Siquijor: Home to Flesh Eating Fish and Witch Doctors

For one reason or another, Siquijor doesn’t seem to make it on to the majority of backpackers’ Philippines itinerary.

To be fair, I’d never heard of the place either until someone recommended it. 1,387 more words

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The Art of Letting Go

Letting go is like swinging on a branch of a tree…

You grip the branch hard because you are afraid to fall and as you swing on the branch and feel the breezy air with the blurred scenes about you – you begin to feel exhilarated. 79 more words


A weekend in Siquijor

Siquijor is known to many Filipinos as the home of witchcraft and enchanted forests. It’s a smallish sized island off the coast of Dumaguete, easily accessible and surrounded by crystal clear waters, marine sanctuaries and the world renowned dive sites of Apo Island and Dauin on Negros Island. 1,690 more words


Anhi Ta Diri: Siquijor

Anhi Ta Diri: Siquijor
December 9-10, 2013

Monday morning turned out to be a lazy morning and since I didn’t have a concrete plan for the week, I wasn’t pressured to get up and pack my stuff for Siquijor. 1,966 more words


Siquijor: The DIY Road Trip

Feared, supernatural and shrouded are just few of the words people use to describe Siquijor. The notoriety of the island stemmed from the local belief that it’s the haven of witches, quack doctors and faith healers. 578 more words

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Siquijor: Bulo Bulo In The Island of Fire

I have long postponed this visit to Siquijor. Blame them tales about sorcerers and voodoo magic. Poor Siquijor. The urban legend spun by the locals themselves worked to dispel evil forces represented by pirates then, but somehow the “horror stories” stuck through the years. 942 more words