9/26/2020

These have been the longest days of my life.

I can’t imagine that it’s possible that your life can change in a snap… my Ama’s gone. I used to see him when I was in Bulacan. I see him at home, with dozen of kids following him around, or driving around the San Jose – Tungko route. But now, I will never hear his nagging voice, no more special occasion greetings, no more petty fights, and no one to give those awkward hugs and kisses.

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Coron, Palawan: Itinerary, Tips and Tricks

Coron is one of the stunning places in the Philippines. It is located at the northern part of Palawan with the population of more than 40,000 people with 18,000 registered voters. It consists of hidden white beaches, gigantic lakes, rich marine life, and shipwrecks.

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Roaming around Cebu City

During our first day at Cebu, Rae and I were very tired and sleepy due to our early flight, but that didn’t stop us from roaming around the city. Below is our DIY Walking Tour at Cebu City!

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Marine Wonderland of Cebu: Panagsama, Moalboal

For underwater adventurers and part time mermaids, one place that you must visit when you’re traveling to Southern Cebu is Moalboal. Moalboal’s marine life is rich.. and it’s definitely a wonderland.

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November – Life Lately

Hello my blog! I’m still here. I haven’t posted lately for reasons, but I’ll be back. I am currently working on it. For now, here’s what happened for the last few months:
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Kitten in the Rain: Rescuing Howlett

“In rescuing animals, I lost my mind but I found my soul.”

I’ve been feeling down last Wednesday, September 9, 2015. My head hurt so much. I was physically and emotionally tired. I was thinking not to go to work, but I also didn’t want to stay in my bed doing nothing. So, I tried to push myself to go to work.
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Uchi no Neko: The Cat House – A Japanese Cat Cafe Experience

“The best things in life are rescued.”

Uchi no Neko is the second cat cafe in Manila that offers adoption for rescued cats from different animal sanctuaries and rescuers. This cafe is inspired by Japanese cat cafes and they serve cute and delicious bentos. They promote adoption, cat awareness and spaying/neutering of cats.
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Rae & Aye: Four Years

From being my Insignificant-college-block-mate-but-I-picked-him-as-my-Ola-Bayle-dance partner to my everything. ❤

No words could describe how much lucky I am to have you. We might experience lots of misunderstandings lately, but I thank you for being patient and understanding. I appreciate everything that you have done for us. I love you more and more every single day.

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Cebu: Itinerary, Tips and Tricks

For a geographic idiot person like me, things that saves me from being lost at an unfamiliar places are GPS, locals and the travel bloggers. To help aspiring travelers like me, I will be posting a very detailed blog posts about my visit at the Queen City of the South, Cebu.

As for now, I will be sharing my itinerary that you may use or refer to in making your own itinerary for Cebu for 4 days and 3 nights.

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Chasing Waterfalls in Southern Cebu

The highlight of my trip to South Cebu was visiting the different waterfalls. (Nope, I didn’t plan this. I was just too scared to go back to the sea for a while because I was stung by a jellyfish.. and it hurts, big time!) Luckily, there are countless waterfalls in Cebu and compared to our other destination, waterfall hopping is cheaper. Below are the list of the falls that I was lucky enough to visit:

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