Finding Sto. Nino in Siquijor

It was only on my second visit in Siquijor that I got the chance to enter the St. Francis de Assisi Church and I was glad to see a familiar face inside the church. Yeah, seeing that cute little fellow in there brought a smile to my face that I failed to stop myself from […]

Red Sky

After spending a butt-numbing ride for 3 hours going to the southern tip of Cebu as we travel to Siquijor via Dumaguete, our bus arrived at the Liloan Port in Santander a few minutes past the hour of six. I hurriedly asked my friend, Dylan, to purchase our tickets while I rushed to the bathroom […]

Moisture Seeping in the Olympus TG-1

Until recently, I was very happy with the performance of my underwater camera, the Olympus TG-1. It is a camera that is shockproof, waterproof, dust proof and whatever proofs you have there. But last Sunday, when I dipped it in the waters of the Kagusuan Beach in Siquijor, I noticed the moisture forming on its […]

crushed

Before December 2012 entered, I had everything figured out. For the past 6 months after I got back from my backpacking trip, I’ve been living a bum’s life. I’ve been earning an unstable income from my site. That helped me get by each day. I have no obligations whatsoever so I didn’t really need more  […]

Travel Blog Sites for Every Skill Level

Part of the fun of traveling is sharing your experiences with those that are back home. Building a travel blog is a great way to show your friends and family what you’re seeing and feeling. Travelers might have their love of adventure in common, but not all travelers have the same online skill set. Fortunately, […]

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