When I came back to the region from a training/seminar held in the BIG CITY, Manila, I decided to meet old friends before I head back to my hometown.


(View from my seat. Legazpi airport, Ligñon Hill, and Mayon Volcano)

It was monday and I went off to get my certificate from Civil Service and applied for Passport at DFA to get ready for the Indonesia trip later this year. One of my former classmate invited me to her new workplace. We met around 3pm at Embarcadero de Legazpi (They’re giving free rides from Legazpi City Rotonda on their E-Jeep but you should be ready to get on it as fast as you can since you’re not alone waiting for the ride.)  and I haven’t taken my lunch yet so I told her we should get something to eat. So we ordered a box of pizza, but of course I ate 6 slices while she was having trouble eating her 2nd piece, at the food area on the ground floor. After our lunch/snack she told me we should try the edgewalk, zipline and wall climb. But little did she know that I got this fear of heights. But since it’s on my bucket list, I’d give it a try and it was FREE! I thought I’d pay for it LOL. I don’t know what position she has in her company but I think she was the one managing the outdoor/indoor games in Embarcadero.  Anyway I needed to conquer my fears to try other stuffs in my future adventures.


(Getting ready to climb the tower. I feel anxious about me falling from the sky. LOL)


(Feels like I’m on the top of the world!)



(All photos were shot with GoPro Hero 3 Silver)




It was a typical fine sunny sunday morning in the island when me and my 2 friends decided to head out on a road trip. With only a few pesos (Philippine currency) in our pocket for food, gasoline, and fees, we drove to the western part of Masbate.Image

Here we are (Salvador, Mark, and me) on our first stop over to buy something to drink since it was so hot. What we always laugh about this picture is that Mark looks like that local guy whom you can pay to tour you around town. LOL It was just in the corner of junction road to Balud, Barangay Bacolod, Milagros Masbate. It’s 20 minutes away from the city.

It was a long hour and a half drive(but it felt like days!) on a motorcycle to the far western part of the island we live in. Good thing the roads were not that rough anymore unlike before. We enjoyed the scenery along the way since you’ll be seeing lots of trees, fine green hills and rice fields. Stuffs you won’t be seeing in an urban jungle. 




We ended up on this sandy beach in a small barangay in Balud, Masbate. The place was called PALANI. It was a long stretch of fine white sand, same as the famous beach in Boracay island but not too crowded. We don’t know much of the place, and we haven’t taken our lunch yet so we asked some locals where we can find something to eat. After a few minutes of driving around the small village and asking where to eat, we were pointed by the locals at MyQ beach resort. Image

It was owned and run by this guy, a foreigner (forgot to ask but he was like a European guy to us because of his accent). He stayed in the Philippines for 5 years now and now living there with his wife and kid for a year already. A friendly and a great man. He gave us 2 rules before we entered the resort. #1 Don’t feed the dogs and #2 Don’t piss in the waters.  


The place was still new, clean, and relaxing. The entrance fee was Php50.00, they got a few A/C rooms to offer as well for Php1,200.00/night and a few cottages for Php500.00/day. He generously offered us the small hut with two bamboo recliners for free. You could stay in the hammocks and tents if you bring one with you cause the owner told us peak season is coming from last week of march due to Rodeo and the seafood festival. They have water jetski for rent, around Php1500.00/hour but we don’t have that budget for now so we told the guy we’ll try that next time.


They serve good food but it depends on the availability from their kitchen. This time Chicken was offered with Vinegar as its sauce. But the best thing about this was the view. It felt like we were in the remote island in the Caribbeans or some sort. Every bite was made heavenly I should say. 



We stayed there for a couple of hours. Took some photos, dipped in the waters, and played a lil football out of a rolled shirt. The place was great I should say, but too bad we got in there during low tides so there’s a lot of seaweeds along the shore but the water is clean though. No plastics and fine sandy bottom that feels comfy on your foot. Ow if you’re into skimboarding this spot is so stoked! With the fine sand a few small waves. Too bad we don’t have a board yet but will definitely get back on this spot.


Since it’ll be a long drive back home, we left the place early feeling refreshed from the stress of life. We don’t know where our motorbikes will take us the next time. But I’m so sure it’ll be a whole lot of adventure again. This is the island life.



Summer is just around the corner, but for me living in an island, summer is a way of life. So I always needed stuffs to protect me from the summer heat. Good thing I got hooked up recently with Harpoon Co. (visit them at https://www.facebook.com/harpoon.co for some rad stuffs you needed for summer trips), a local Philippine brand, with there 5 pannel floral hat and by winning the recent NeffPhilippines (visit them at https://www.facebook.com/NeffPH, https://www.neffheadwear.com/, https://www.facebook.com/neffheadwear) online contest, I got my self this cool Daily shades to protect my eyes. Just enough for the summer season. 


Neff PH recently had this contest online on Facebook about 4 travel destination in the Philippines and luckily I’m addicted to traveling so I got to get all the answers. Though the 1st photo was the tricky one. Had it confused with El Nido so I tried to Google it first just to confirm. LOL (see picture below)Image  

Anyway the answers were: 

1) Coron, Palawan - famous for divers and thrill seekers where you can go diving in one of famous WW-II wrecks and see the majestic limestone cliffs from town about 20 to 30 minutes boat ride to see those famous attractions.

2) Basco, Batanes – famous for its lighthouse and spectacular view of nature. Located at the northern most part of the Philippines.

3) Cloud9 Siargao, Surigao del Norte – famous for it’s barreling waves and it’s annual surf competition with competitors from all around the world.

4) Vigan, Ilocos Sur – was featured in Celebrity Chef show on TLC, famous for it’s longanisa and bagnet. 

These places are a must visit if you’re travelling to the Philippines!



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It was a fine sunny afternoon with my special someone. We were just planning to get a time-lapse footage while the sun sets but I can't help it whenever I get back to this place. I can feel that adrenaline just by looking at everyone enjoying their ride and as long as there is water I needed to get myself soaked. Honestly, the water is so addictive. May it be fresh or salt water, whatever it is, it's like cocaine running through my system and I can't get enough of it. It's like a fine grade crystal meth that always makes me high.

It was our friend’s birthday and yearly he celebrate it with the Gawad Kalinga Community at Tanglaw Village. A great way to share blessings with the people who are less fortunate than we are and since Christmas is in the air, we gave gifts to the children of about 200. We also played fun filled games with them where everyone is winner and shared a few snacks after. This is a video clip was made using GoPro Hero3 Silver Edition.

I fixed my daily ride today for a healthy transpo. Still got no budget for paint job and upgrading parts but atleast I could sweat more fats aside from getting soaked with salt water daily. The sky and sea mixed well. Great colors and relaxing view from the wooden pier. I think I'm inlove with this spot.


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