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

Reflections of a Part-Time Traveler

Being a part of the corporate world is no easy feat. As a budding CPA, I was fraught with numerous challenges emanating from my superiors and my clients alike. This made life a bit difficult and more tedious, and I got pressed for time because of all of the pressures I got from my job. I got stuck in a whirlwind of … Continue reading Reflections of a Part-Time Traveler

Rizal Trilogy Hike: An Assault to the Top Part III

Last Chapter: Mt. Hapunang Banoi Elevation: 517 MASL Difficulty: 3/9 Type: Limestone And so, our journey is about to come to a close as the third mountain looms over the horizon. After a couple minutes rest at the junction, the remaining seven of the original twelve began the trek to the summit of Mt. Hapunang Banoi. But before we begin, … Continue reading Rizal Trilogy Hike: An Assault to the Top Part III

Rizal Trilogy Hike: An Assault to the Top Part I

"Climb mountains not so the world can see you, but so you can see the world." ~ David McCullough Jr. A couple of weeks ago, I made an enumeration of my 2017 travel resolutions and goals. One of the things I really wanted to do this year, or at least improve on, is trekking more mountains. In … Continue reading Rizal Trilogy Hike: An Assault to the Top Part I