Mt. Mauyog Day Hike

If you are looking to spice up a rather boring weekend, a trek to Mt. Mauyog may be a cure for boredom. You can spend your weekend with a day hike and pay only around Php350 for the transportation.

Mt. Mauyog in Balamban is becoming a popular hiking destination for Cebuanos because of its relatively easy trail that can be traversed from the more popular Mt. Manunggal, a plane crash site of late President Magsaysay and his staff. Continue reading Mt. Mauyog Day Hike

A Beautiful Truth: Boracay Turquoise turned Green

The Republic of Boracay vs Algal Bloom People noticed what appeared to be an ugly sight of green seaweeds along the long-stretched White Beach. Main Issue: Did it really kill its beauty? Was there malice? Was murder committed? Bloom pleaded not guilty. The real intention that Bloom resided temporarily and seasonally is to warn us that Boracay has become too rich—nutrient rich, that it pollutes the beach, so that less people will be swimming around—to alienate you. Nobody wants to walk on the greens at the beach. People only love swimming in turquoise waters. Don’t let appearances fool you. You have to uncover the real … Continue reading A Beautiful Truth: Boracay Turquoise turned Green

When in Dumaguete

Dumaguete City is attractive to foreign retirees because of the low cost of living and also the slow pace of life.  We noticed many of them down the boulevard enjoying a chat with their friends. It’s a smoke-free city. Also, it is a great place to visit for a food trip because there’s a lot of good restaurants, especially around the Boulevard. You won’t have any problems with the transportation because there are many tricycles available to take you from your doorstep to anywhere around the city for a minimum of P7.50/P8.00. To go to farther places, you can take jeepneys or … Continue reading When in Dumaguete