South Cebu 2015: Swimming With The Gentle Giants

Southern Cebu is indeed a gem filled with various wonders like waterfalls, mountains, and beaches. Aside from these natural wonders, there is also a plethora of activities to choose from like the swimming with the sardines (popularly called as sardine run) in Moalboal, canyoneering in Badian/Alegria, trekking in Dalaguete, and swimming with the whale sharks in … Continue reading South Cebu 2015: Swimming With The Gentle Giants

Book Review: The Secret History

Author: Donna Tartt Publisher: Vintage Contemporaries Publishing Date: April 2004 Number of Pages: 559 pages Genre: Mystery, Inverted Detective Story, Literary Fiction Synopsis: Under the influence of their charismatic classics professor, a group of clever, eccentric misfits at an elite New England college discover a way of thinking and living that is a world away from the humdrum … Continue reading Book Review: The Secret History

The Scallop Seashore (Part III): A Manic Morning

October 30, 2016. And thus continues our Iloilo escapade. After a tiring day of travel, we finally got the chance to explore the North Gigantes Island. Our wake up time was 5 AM. However, things weren't looking up as the rains started dampening our soaring spirits. Dark clouds and moderate to heavy rains greeted us upon … Continue reading The Scallop Seashore (Part III): A Manic Morning

Wielding the Pen: Rekindling that Lost Spark

“I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn.” ~ Anne Frank I used to take writing for granted, just a pastime, something to do during those most obstinate of days. Writing was an outlet, a way of redirecting excess energy of youth. Over time, I have realized that with the … Continue reading Wielding the Pen: Rekindling that Lost Spark