I know what you might be thinking: why did I even join the whale shark watchers in Oslob if I was against the practice?
In August 2, 1968, the Casiguran (Aurora) earthquake was at 7.3 and was felt all the way to Manila. This was the same earthquake that caused the Ruby Tower in Binondo to collapse.
“Buwis-buhay ka talaga (you really defy death),” my friend Suzanne said when I insisted on climbing Busol again after more than a year. It’s been raining for… Read more “Okay, pine: a Busol tree-logy”
Call me ignorant, but I really didn’t know that the Philippines’ summer capital gets the most rainfall in the country until I read World Wildlife Fund (WWF)… Read more “Chasing rainfalls in Baguio”
I was fortunate enough to climb up the Busol Watershed and Forest Reservation in Benguet (between the boundaries of Baguio City and La Trinidad) recently. I am… Read more “Resurrecting Busol”
You love our beaches? Take nothing but photos and souvenirs; leave nothing but your footprints. The Footprints Project – PhilippineBeaches.org.
I am not anti-progress, nor am I anti-business. But if in the process, certain lives and livelihood will be sacrificed, I am definitely going to have to… Read more “Benefit of the doubt for the people of Alangan”