2012 Travels: Chasing Places Like It’s the End of the World

Top Destinations for 2012, Top Philippine Getaways 2012, Top 10 Domestic and International Trips – Sure, in a few days time, your timeline will be bombarded with these tag lines, promise. But hey, they say, 2012 is different; some people say that it’s the End of the World (it didn’t happened yesterday though). But I…

People on the Road: The Ifugao Girl in that Small Sari-Sari Store

Just want to share this…  Last week, I was in Ifugao with some other travel bloggers for our G.I.V.E. Ifugao Project; we did a quick stop over at that little sari-sari store before heading to another school. While waiting for my Milo Ice Candy, I noticed that a couple of cellphones were hanging at the…

Goodbye Nicky: A Eulogy to My Favorite Travel Buddy

It was quite a long time since I posted something personal on this blog; something that involves my heart, my feelings, and uhmmm… my reasons for tears. Maybe, it’s just so hard to let go of someone who have been very significant to you. Someone who you dreamt of having, someone you’d been praying for,…

EndDanger, Let’s All Be Pawikan Watchers

An art exhibit and music fest fundraiser for Save Philippine Seas’ Pawikan Watchers program opens on January 19, 2013 at the Conspiracy Garden CafĂ©, Quezon City. EndDanger, which features mixed media artworks from the group Artists for Nature and performances from Flying Ipis, Extrapolation, and Peso Movement, calls attention to the growing problem of animal…

Malabon Fluvial Parade: An Unplanned Visit

It was exactly 365 days ago when I received a sudden invite from Marky to visit Malabon. It was on this same date, December 8, when I was all set up to start the first leg of my Christmas-Divisoria-invasion when I received a text message inviting me to witness the fluvial parade in Malabon City….