OSLOB: THE ENCHANTING TOSLOB FALLS

Like everything in life, when things gets overwhelming, you need to step back to see the whole picture. The first time I went to Toslob/Mag-ambak Falls, I was so amazed with the beauty and the feel of the place.  Water cascading gently down a wall of umbrella-like rock formations creating a curtain of rain shower falling into... Continue Reading →

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OSLOB: TOSLOB/MAG-AMBAK FALLS

We were done with whale shark watching at a little past nine in the morning.  We got breakfast at one of the stalls in the beach -- grilled whole chicken, liempo and rice.  Since we were staying overnight in Oslob, we were now wondering what else to do with all the time we have... besides... Continue Reading →

OSLOB: SWIMMING WITH THE (WHALE) SHARKS

"Manong, may pating ba dito (are there sharks here)?" Maki nervously asked our boat paddler-guide as we were heading further away from shore.  There should be.  We have traveled through three provinces just to see the Tuki (Whale Sharks) in the waters of Oslob.  Maki has been recounting the horrifying scenes and episodes from the... Continue Reading →

EN ROUTE: BACOLOD-SIBULAN-OSLOB

It started raining late in the afternoon in Bacolod.  The rain would pour hard for a brief moment and thin out as if it was about to stop... then it would start raining hard again.  Maki sent me a text message, reminding me to pack my rain gears and that she was picking us up... Continue Reading →

ITINERARY: BACOLOD-OSLOB-DUMAGUETE

We've been planning a birthday getaway to Guimaras but at the last minute (more like two weeks) we had to change plans since we couldn't get the desired number of travelers.  We needed a plan B.  Dumaguete was an easy choice since there's a bus that leaves Bacolod for Dumaguete every hour... but we've all been... Continue Reading →

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