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V-Blog | Fish Cage Swimming in Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur








It was one groggy morning that I woke up at  C-Fish Cage and Sandbar in Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur where I decided to stay for three days after I had my Bacolod-Bantayan,Cebu trip. The stilt resort that stands off coast of Brgy. Talisay, was actually a fish cage converted into a sort of cheap accommodation for visitors who wish to have an overnight stay after visiting Enchanted River.

South Cotabato’s T’nalak Festival | A Photo Essay







The T’nalak Festival defines your whole visit to South Cotabato that marked its existence as one of the major festivities to look after in the Philippines.  The week-long celebration starts in the second week of July where spectators and foreign guests can explore the rich indigenous culture and traditions of the province. You can visit various municipalities and cities that showcase their local produce and handmade indigenous crafts.

A Letter to a Dear Sister








Today marks the 30th birthday of my beloved late sister, Laarni. Am still missing her despite the years that have passed. Her passing in 2011 was the reason I found myself lost and wandering alone in Mindanao, totally broken. Mourning her death made me wrote  some words of praise, appreciation and goodbye .

The Road to Favarey, Bontoc, Mountain Province | Life on Grains





LM having a conversation with the IP carrying a 75 kilo of Fatawil


The discovery of the view of whole Maligcong Rice Terraces at Mt. Kofafey at the top of Ang Tong Faw gave us an overwhelming excitement that we've decided to go further and explore more of the vicinity of the not so famous community of Maligcong.