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My Travels

I always have half my foot onward to a new adventure and through the years, I’ve been able to explore places and have a better appreciation of the varying landscapes, cultures and attractions. I love to Travel!!! Each place is a new experience and a new story waiting to be told and a new adventure waiting to unfold.

Running with the Windmills at Ilocos Norte

Ilocos Norte has always been a part of my bucket list. Thanks to North Luzon Renewables, I’m happy to tick that off as well as be able to have an intimate runs around their windmills at Pagudpod, Ilocos Norte. It was a great eat and run weekend that had us awed by the beauty of Ilocos Norte. Continue reading »

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Vitalis Weekend Escapade

Weekend travel getaway that doesn’t involve trails or mountains has been as rare as it gets for me. Since I just finished 50K worth of Cordillera trails, I guess I earned this one. Vitalis Villas boast of Santorini like architecture and makes it really worth your time and money’s worth. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Southern Ridges (Singapore)

Southern Ridges is a cluster of parks in a 10 kilometer distance that gives high vantage point of the city and forest view along elevated planks along the course. Continue reading »

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A Weekend of Eat and Run in Bacolod

Eat and Run Bacolod was a weekend filled with good food, wonderful people, scenic runs and a lot of wonderful memories. Adventouristas Inc. gave us a one-of-a-kind tour to better appreciate the trails, nature and the variety of delicacies. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Manalmon (San Miguel, Bulacan)

Mount Manalmon was an all-in-one adventure destination. You have a feel good climb, a cave exploration, river crossings, swimming and even a crazy monkey bridge crossing. Continue reading »

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Captivating Catanduanes

Catanduanes was captivating. I got to appreciate the simpler, fresher and cleaner provincial life. I also got to be awed by its wonderful scenery. Though I was only able to visit a few attraction, they do have it all from waterfalls, large greenery along the coast lines, fine white sand beaches and a whole lot more. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Paliparan (Tanay, Rizal)

Mount Paliparan was not an easy climb. There were steep ascents that came with the really warm morning. We also had to maneuver our way to sharp rocky cliffs. The muddy surfaces also came into play. It was hard but as all things in life, there is always a way to overcome them. At the end of the day, we end up stronger and more appreciative of the beauty that surrounds us. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Takao (Hachioji, Japan)

While Mount Fuji was the main course of the Japan Trip, Mount Takao was the appetizer. It was a feel good climb that was also a tour among temple and an appreciation of nature. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Fuji (Fujiyama, Japan)

Mount Fuji is a bucket list climb being the highest peak in Japan at 3766 Meters Above Sea Level. Experiencing it was surreal as we had to go on continuous ascent, tackle different technical surfaces and manage the freezing cold climate towards the Summit. The reward was a sunrise view amidst the sea of clouds that was just majestic. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Maculot (Cuenca, Batangas)

Mount Maculot is a feel good climb. It has the lush green forest reserve and magnificent view of Taal lake from the rockies andthe summit. It gets extra exciting when you do the traverse as you go on a faster and more technical descent that includes rappelling through steep ravines. Continue reading »

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