BORACAY: MORE SUNSET PHOTOS

I have yet to find a more beautiful sunset than the one I found in Boracay.  Well, maybe I need to have more luck catching sunsets in other places.  It was either too… Continue reading

BORACAY: WAITING FOR THE SUN TO SET

Found a shop that had Tribu slippers for sale… Since the ordinary flip flops seem to cost just as much (in Boracay), I grabbed a pair and took off my leather shoes.  Atty.… Continue reading

BORACAY: JEROME’S ANNEX

It was past three in the afternoon when got to the Island.  We asked the tourist assistance desk at the pier if they could recommend a place for us to stay.  We were looking for… Continue reading

BORACAY: ACCIDENTAL TOURISTS

Atty. Det asked if i can accompany her Malay…Ii said yes after I was able to move my meeting for that day without really knowing where Malay exactly is other than we needed… Continue reading

TO JAYWALK OR NOT TO JAYWALK

I went to downtown area yesterday because I remembered that I needed to get the stamps I ordered more than a month ago.  Kaluoy naman kay manong may kulang pa ko na fifty… Continue reading

BAGUIO: CAFE SABEL

Touring BenCab will not be complete without visiting Cafe Sabel at the lower ground level of the building.  The cafe overlooks the forest and the duck pond.     After touring the different galleries, we… Continue reading

BAGUIO: BENCAB MUSEUM

If there’s only one reason why I should go to Baguio… it’s the BenCab Museum.  I’m not really a big fan of art but when I saw in the internet the photos of… Continue reading

BAGUIO: DAY 1

9:00 a.m.  I was either too lazy or too sleepy to heat some water for my bath.  The water was freezing cold! I was wide awake after my morning bath.  We still had… Continue reading

BAGUIO: POST BAR

Sands sent me a message saying we can go up to Baguio Monday night.  Originally, we planned to do a side trip to Dagupan… but change of plans, we’ll just head straight to… Continue reading

BAR NOTES

I’ve always heard friends talk about going up to Baguio after the Bar Exams.  Probably it was a way to regain one’s sanity after a grueling month of taking a test and (more… Continue reading

SIQUIJOR: FIRS-TIMERS

I was in charge of planning since the vacation was in my turf (meaning in the Visayas). Though I’ve never been to Siquijor or spent much time in Dumaguete and I can’t speak… Continue reading