Traveling that makes sense

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February 26, 2018

Tinoc is a rather remote 4th Class municipality in Ifugao and is home to the Kalanguya people. In recent years, the town has undergone extensive land clearing for the production of vegetable crops, with many of its residents formerly employed in the vegetable-producing...

October 30, 2017

Edralin Falls is  a well-known spot in Kasibu in Nueva Vizcaya, and one meteorologically spastic afternoon my friends and I made a visit, although with one caveat: according to Tony, the falls is changing considerably due to the influx of visitors and settlers. If you...

June 8, 2017

And so there we were. Five brave souls who should be at home watching TV or swapping stories over hot coffee but instead opted to set off into the night to search for entities who shun daylight. But we weren't disappointed.

We were actually prioritizing reptiles and amp...

June 6, 2017

Quezon is a rather nondescript coastal town in Palawan but is the site of a mining operation that has since been shut down, according to the locals, by then DENR Sec. Gina Lopez. Soils here, like in many parts in southern Palawan, are ultramafic, or containing concentr...

April 4, 2017

March 21, 2016- I have heard of this waterfall at least two years back, and back then its description conjured images of remoteness and a pristine state of affairs. The opportunity finally arrived when it became a hastily agreed destination by a small group of outdoors...

March 11, 2017

The ancestral hunting domain of the Bugkalot, Gaddang and Ifugao tribes, the mist-shrouded summits of the 1, 715 meter tall Mt. Palali stands like an all-encompassing sentinel sprawled across the town of Solano in Nueva Vizcaya. 

Last March 3, me and hiking compani...

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