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Mount Maculot Traverse: The Path Less Taken

Height/Difficulty/Trail Class: 930masl; 4/9; 1-3

Cuenca, Batangas

May 10, 2015

Typhoon Noul or “Dodong” was already within PAR when we were preparing for our day-hike traverse to Mount Maculot. 1,191 more words


IMPORTANT: New Website Name

Hey everyone it’s Alek here, so our blog URL is now going to be http://www.aleksgrotto.wordpress.com and the website name has been changed to Alek’s Grotto and is NOT Demi & Alek’s Grotto anymore. 56 more words

[Friday Map] Still Grotto

Today’s map was inspired by this out-of-copyright piece from “Autour de la Méditerranée … Illustrations par A. Chapon, etc” published in 1892.

From the picture I imagined a pirate boat heading into the grotto in order to unload secret treasure, a prisoner, or perhaps to pick something up. 395 more words


Exploring Sapang Dalaga Falls

Travelling makes me feel excited. It is much more challenging when I got my siblings with me.

As the eldest of six in the family, I have the greater responsibility in looking after them. 401 more words


And the MMU Grotto Is Indeed Historic

The end of the semester, especially the spring semester, is a stressful, busy time—and I’m feeling a bit guilty typing this as a textbook is also open in front of me and I need to read that final chapter and get lectures for the final week ready. 300 more words

Mount Mercy University

The Mary Project Begins

Finally, The Mary Project begins. An idea that has been whispered in my ear for months, if not years. A multimedia project that explores what Mary, the Mother of God, means to ordinary people like you and me. 145 more words


A Holy Place in Fresh Waters, Binaliw Spring, Sogod, Cebu

From KM47, we headed straight to Sogod, the next municipality after Catmon. We had two things to look forward to which were the Bagatayan Falls and the Binaliw Spring. 152 more words