Month: July 2009

Worldwide Photo Walk 2009

I awoke and saw sun glints peeking through my window shades. wow, sunshine. Time check: 7am. *groan* if only I can peel my back off the bed. I checked my mobile and saw Beth’s message that she will pass due to gloomy sky. I messaged back that I have sunshine outside my window but think it will not hold. She said Suzette, the original promoter of this photo walk, will pass too. No word from Vanj which can only mean she’s still in snooze land. Ram asked last night if the walk will push through despite the weather. Typhoon...

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Pampanga Food Trip

Tour of the Glutton: Pampanga Food Trip As with most north bound trips, meet up is at our flat. We even had a movie night/sleep over to ensure that nobody will be late the next day. For the record, the 2 movies were Drag me to Hell and Temptation Island. Technically, our first stop was at McDonalds in West Avenue. It was already 11 when we headed out and everyone was hungry. Plus some wanted to try their reintroduced twister fries. But in no time at all, we were cruising along SCTEX (the usual way). There was a bit...

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Dumaguete: On Surface

Yes, we did spend some time above water while in Dumaguete! Harolds Mansion Probably the most popular guesthouse/hostel in Dumaguete City. The rooms are relatively clean, big, and backpacker rate. It has free wifi and 2 computers which you can use for free. Unlimited coffee and toasted bread with jam in the morning. But if you need protein, there are 2 eateries across that serves pinoy breakfast. Good location as it is walking distance to the boulevard and various food places. It is good value for money. I just have to mention that your room will have balcony where...

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Diving Sumilon: An Odyssey

Sumilon Island is actually part of Cebu but is nearer to Dumaguete City. It is known for its crystal blue water and amazing visibility and of course, its marine sanctuary adopted by the Siliman University in Dumaguete. Sharks (whale sharks and hammer head) are occasionally spotted here hence the site called “Shark Avenue”. Needless to say, I couldn’t be more excited. We started quite early but getting in the boat, one of my fins were nowhere to be found! We searched our boat and the other boat but still they couldn’t find it. The dive shop’s setup was, at...

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The lass who wanders

I travel the world on a quest to live a life not ordinary. Having seen more of the world than most people would in a life time, I am grateful and hope that I inspire you to do what you love most



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