Monthly Archives: June 2018

Chasing Waterfalls: Mimbalut Falls, Iligan City

Iligan City is not called a “land of majestic waterfalls” for nothing. They have 23 known waterfalls in the area and this one, Mimbalut Falls is one of easiest ones to go to.  It is accessible and easy to find. … Continue reading

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Chasing Waterfalls: Bao-bao Falls, Lianga, Surigao dS

Define  waterfalls. We’re all agog to see this falls in Diatagon, Lianga, Surigao del Sur because according to many blogs which have extolled the grandeur of Bao-bao falls, this  is a “must-see” attraction in this side of Lianga. So off … Continue reading

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Beach Bums: Big Time Beach Resort, Lianga, Surigao dS

This new beach bummers paradise is located in Lianga, Surigao de Sur. Construction is still on-going on most part of the resort the day we visited so it’s kind of chaotic.  Still, amidst all the noise and big construction trucks, … Continue reading

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Chasing Waterfalls: Tinago Falls, Iligan City

Tinago, meaning “hidden” is indeed hidden in a lush forest in city of Iligan.  The way going to the falls has many entrances and depends on where your driver drops you, you either have to walk a kilometer going to … Continue reading

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Photo Diary: El Farro De Tierra Alta, Valencia, Negros Oriental

The Tierra Alta Residential Resort is home to a handful of the overly-rich residents of Valencia, Negros Oriental. Truth. That these wonderful  and generous home owners share one of the best views this side of Valencia possesses and open its … Continue reading

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Photo Diary: Chinese Bell Church, Dumaguete City

You may have toured Dumaguete City a few times, enjoyed its famous cafes and restobars and had your pictures taken at the baywalk, yet,  most probably haven’t heard of a Bell Church that sits on a shore in Barangay Calindagan. … Continue reading

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Weekend Story: Visiting Oslob Cuartel Heritage

Philippines is proud of its century-old churches, parks, monuments and convents.  All remnants of the era when the Spaniards ruled the country. Oslob in South Cebu is one place in the country that is proud of these century-old structures. The … Continue reading

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