Mt. Pulag: Kabunian Heeds Our Call

The night before our trek, it began to rain although the weather earlier was fine. It really worried because a rain would reduce the possibility of a sea of clouds in the morning. Maybe what the tourism officer said during the orientation is correct. If you are noisy, you will provoke the gods and they'll send … Continue reading Mt. Pulag: Kabunian Heeds Our Call

A Scrapbook: Philippine Sunrises and Sunsets

Every waking day is greeted by a stunning sunrise. There is something exhilarating in watching the sun slowly and dramatically rise over the horizon. It symbolizes the beginning of something great, a wonderful day. Sunsets, on the other hand, is the end to the day. Nonetheless, it is as dramatic and breath-taking as sunrises are. Indeed, sunrises and … Continue reading A Scrapbook: Philippine Sunrises and Sunsets