Kalanggaman Island is a slice of paradise 20.5 kilometers from the mainland Palompon in Leyte with a total land area of 5.4 hectares. The word Kalanggaman comes from a Cebuano word which means birds. In an aerial view, the 2 arched sandbars on both edges of the island look like a wingspan. Its beauty attracts both local and international...
Seven years after we scaled the summits Kitanglad and Dulang-dulang, I always dreamt of visiting these two mountains to complete the Bukidnon mountain ranges. All these became possible with the efforts of my 2 good couchsurfer friends Ian and Troy. We planned to celebrate the Christmas eve at these 2 summits but unfortunately, the guides weren’t available so we...
Three mountains in Panay which I had been dreaming. Before, I thought that Mt. Madia-as being the highest among the three was the most difficult one until I visited Nangtud last December 2019. Straight from Africa with a connecting flight in Manila to Iloilo, we spent a night in an Airbnb and continued our journey to Barbaza in Antique....
When there’s a will, there’s a way. My longing to be in this mountain started last year after scaling Mt. Toubkal twice. Not quite popular among the adventure seekers, this mountain massif in the High Atlas is another alternative when looking for different routes aside from the common Jebel Toubkal. Considered to be the third highest mountain in Northern...
I wrote this article in continuation of our incredible culinary journey in Brunei Darussalam. After we discovered some magical cuisine in Bandar Seri Begawan, we moved back to Kota Kinabalu and spent a few days there trying all the foods that we saw especially at the KK Night Food Market. So lively, full of energy, and the smell of...