A Love Story: Part III

These last days of summer have afforded me ample time to be idle and dawdle with just about everything I do. I don't have any valid excuse for this sluggishness other than it's part of the big adjustment phase I am currently undergoing. With that said, there shouldn't be a reason why I won't end my... Continue Reading →

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Dear Local Tourist

Another long weekend has passed and you’re probably posting your pictures on Facebook and Instagram about your marvelous trip to Sagada. Those numerous photos you’ve taken using that ridiculous monopod which you’ve waved around town while you clicked at ooh-this and aah-that with your face always somewhere in the picture. You become the envy of... Continue Reading →

Dear Ex-Boyfriend

There are a few things I can vividly remember during that momentous day when we decided to tie the knot of eternity (you in your quickly-pressed polo and slacks and I in my 60-dirham dress, haha). You said that when you first saw my picture wearing that pink top, you somehow knew I was the... Continue Reading →

Barefoot Chronicles: Panabungen, Besao  

A two-hour, bumpy ride through verdant mountains brought us from Kin-iway, Besao to Panabungen. Panabungen is a sitio of Brgy. Laylaya which is host to some of the Episcopal Diocese of the Philippines’ livelihood support programs. The Episcopal Church’s foundation has been spearheading programs that benefit residents in chosen areas of various provinces around the... Continue Reading →

A Probinsiyana’s UPCAT Story

This year, approximately 85,000 to 88,000 hopefuls took the University of the Philippines College Admission Test. Though an alumna, I still find the numbers overwhelming. That is to take into consideration that  a couple and then some years ago, I took the same exam without the foggiest idea that thousands after thousands try to get into the... Continue Reading →

Experience the Ultimate Jamaican Vibe at Ysagada Downtown Bistro

Your Sagada experience will not be complete if you don't dedicate some hours getting lost in the Jamaican vibe that the locals are particularly fond of. The legendary Marley's reggae influence has found home in this rustic tourist town. The new place in town is Ysagada Downtown Bistro. Formerly, "Kusina Ysagada'', YSAGADA has undergone a... Continue Reading →

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