Mount Pulag (Benguet, PH)

Climbing Mt. Pulag: Thoughts and Reflection “Yes, tell your story. Be an example to others. Tell everyone that it is possible, and then others will find the courage to climb their own mountains.”… Continue reading

Agara Ramen: Fills the Tummy, Warms the Soul

If there is one thing I have been wishing to grow in number here in Baguio, that is for more ramen houses to open. Why? Well, hello! With Baguio’s perfect cold weather, having… Continue reading

Thailand: Prasat Hin Phimai

If there is one thing you will never run out seeing anywhere across Thailand, that is finding incredible temples of various kinds. My recent trip to the Land of Smiles gave me an… Continue reading

Cordova: Charming & Captivating (Cebu, PH)

The province of Cebu has a seemingly endless list of delightful attractions, both natural and man-made. Almost every town or city has something to offer to anyone who is visiting the island. One… Continue reading

Sweets to Try in Baguio City

Sometimes, we do not need to stay too healthy nor focus on eating what is right to keep the body fit and functioning. Our sweet tooth is a part of this wonderful machine,… Continue reading

Kwentong Pag-Ibig ni Rodrigo

Itong blog na ito ay halos 5 buwan in the making. But the love story behind it is made to last for a lifetime. BABALA: Kung babasahin mo ang blog na ito, siguraduhing… Continue reading

Reddoorz Baguio: Staycation Review

I have not always been a fan of staycation. I mean, why don’t you go out instead and explore what your surroundings get to offer. Then again, cliche as it may sound but… Continue reading

San Vicente (Palawan, PH)

Dubbed as the home of the Philippines “longest white beach”, the Long Beach in San Vicente, Palawan stretches to approximately 14.7 kilometers of undeveloped coastal wonder, a figure that is thrice the length… Continue reading

Buguias: Northern Philippines’ Vegetable Basket and More

Most often over-shadowed by other Benguet towns, Buguias primarily serves as stop-over or just that regular town being passed by buses carrying visitors to Bontoc, and Sagada. Recently, its neighbor Atok is slowly… Continue reading

The Art and Sci of Bonsai

As a kid, I have always been fascinated with plants, animals, and nature in general. Whenever I get to reminisce my childhood days, I smile recalling those weekends I get to do some… Continue reading

Germany: Potsdam Post

Potsdam – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the capital of Brandenburg, is a must visit place when you are in Berlin for its close proximity to the German capital. Located along the banks… Continue reading