Dustland Fairytal

Kalinga: On Coming Home

September 24, 2014

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good morning

sun was out. scorching. its rays were piercing. on top of the jeepney, our only aid in surviving the sweltering heat was a bottle of emperador. fight fire with fire. we tanked up on alcohol with hopes that it will be enough to numb our senses from the punishing sun. somehow it did, to a certain […]

taming the bird

September 18, 2014

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taming the bird

  gone were the days when i would scramble for best travel deals/airline tickets online. i traveled often then. something changed. now, i received a notification that my airline miles will expire today. hmmm. what happened to wanderlust? tamed down?

Posted in: privates

degrees of happiness

September 2, 2014

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kids

      the trails i treaded in the past few months were unfamiliar but long-awaited. i will dig deep into details in the next few days. last weekend, i had the privilege to trek up in the far-flung village of Kalinga for a voluntary/charity work. the first photo was the path to the villages and […]

Posted in: Kalinga

it’s a date!

May 21, 2014

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  last weekend i went on a date. it was SUPER. and since i had been out of the dating scene, since forever, i was elated when i got the invite. yes, i did not invite myself as i was actually invited. and not just any ordinary date. it was a group date. it was […]

Posted in: Bicol, foodaholics

i die. Udaipur

May 2, 2014

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zigzag

the Monsoon Palace or Sajjan Garh is perched on top of Bansdara peak  along the Aravalli hill range . it towers above the city- which lays on flat land- at more than 3000ft. it has sweeping panoramas- Udaipur city on the east and the Aravallis on the west. our first day in Udaipur almost became […]

colors.back

March 19, 2014

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  colors are back in my life. yesterday was sad. depressing. it was one of those days. all good now. happy again. flying to Mumbai in a bit =)

Posted in: backpackin, India

Silhouette of Sapa: en route

November 21, 2013

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stunning SaPa – makalaglag panty ang SaPa( tagalog translation) Julie & I initially planned to travel to SaPa independently. But after checking the fare at the train station, we decided to drop the do-it-yourself plan and just go with a package tour since it was significantly cheaper. Package tour apparently cost a lot less. One […]

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