Mount Marami (Cavite)

I love being in the mountains and climbing.  For me, being in the mountains draws in a sense of liberty and relaxation. It just feels at home. Mount Marami, or Mataas na Gulod… Continue reading

Mt. Manalmon – Mt. Gola (Bulacan)

With the thorough assimilation of social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) into the lives of people in the now generation, it is no longer a shock that these sites have been a ground for… Continue reading

Mount Sawi – Mount Mapait (Nueva Ecija)

Mt. Mapait- Brgy. Mapait, Palayan City, Nueva Ecija Elevation:350 MASL Hours to Summit 3hrs Specs: Minor Climb, Difficulty 3/9, Trail Class 1-2  Rattan/Leech: None Lipa (Poison Ivy):+  Watersource: YES Phone Signal: +++ Mt.Sawi-… Continue reading

Mount Binikayan (Rizal)

It all started with climbing a mountain that eventually led to another making me unstoppable. I owe my knack for adventure from scaling mountains. And I am so glad that I am finally… Continue reading

Lalayag/Nalayag Monolith (Batangas)

It was yet another stressful week at work… Feeling the need for a weekly de-stressing activity, I found myself looking for a weekend event I could join in. There were a handful of… Continue reading

Da Lat City (VietNam)

Affectionately called as the ‘Alps of Vietnam,’ Dalat is a delightful mountainous settlement hence a cooler temperature compared to other parts of the country. At approximately 1, 500 masl, it is an area… Continue reading

Charming Philippine Coves

Artist Jason Mraz once shared, “My home isn’t about being grounded in one corner of the planet. It’s about being in love and being lost in the middle of an amazing adventure, witnessing… Continue reading

Yangon: City of Golden Pagodas (Myanmar)

Yes, it was a spur-of-the-moment decision to visit Yangon, Myanmar’s capital. And it was literally a 24-hour stay in this emerging Southeast Asian city without bringing with me expectations and whatnot. Yangon, formerly… Continue reading

Hobbiton (Matamata, New Zealand)

“I’m going on an adventure!” – once uttered by Bilbo Baggins to a farmer who asked about his rush while running through Hobbiton. Despite not being a fan of “The Lord of the… Continue reading

Vanilla Café (Baguio City, PH)

Since I left Baguio 2 years ago, more and more cafes and restaurants have sprouted in the City of Pines. Whenever I go home, I make sure to visit one of them. My previous… Continue reading