Yearning for Nagsasa

The only thing I know about our Mother’s Day weekend trip to San Antonio, Pundaquit, Zambales is that we will go camping and see Anawangin and Capones Island. What I didn’t expect was the numinous impression that Nagsasa Island would leave in my sensibilities. The Aeta community is doing a great job in keeping the…

Almost paradise

For around half the listed price, my friends and I were able to experience Paradizoo and Residence Inn, Mendez, Tagaytay, Cavite. All those discount coupons online are great deals, after all. We were quite disappointed with Paradizoo, though. Perhaps it was also because we got there at around lunch time, and there was nothing but…

Cavite’s churches with the Diocese of Imus Camera Club

During the Holy Week of 2010, I thought of going around Cavite to take pictures of its churches using my point and shoot digicam. The idea was so uplifting, perhaps because of the spirit of the season, that I immediately checked the internet for possible churches that I can visit. I was overwhelmed by the…

Illustrious Ilocos Norte

Rough ride aside, my trip to Ilocos Norte was absolutely memorable! It didn’t matter that our designated driver took no mercy on road bumps (if I were pregnant, I would have given birth in transit). He drives fast, much to the chagrin of my travel buddies. To be fair, I liked that he drove fast…

Revisiting Vigan

Three years ago, I went to Vigan for an official trip. I immediately fell in love with the place. I can’t quite put my finger on why I did. Was it the comfort of nostalgia? The warmth of the people? The laid back atmosphere? When I went back this year, the feeling is still there,…