I woke up just in time to catch my favorite view of Baguio City. From my window seat, I could see the hundreds of houses scattered precariously yet beautifully at a hill across us.
There’s more to the province of Masbate than just being the Rodeo Capital of the Philippines. It is undoubtedly that but it is also home to spectacular dive sites, secluded white sand beaches and a majestic waterfall that plunges straight to the sea.
For this year's opening salvo of 7-Questions, Louie (http://www.nomadperspectives.com/) and I would like to take you to the magical, the serene and the utterly beautiful province of South Cotabato.
It was an endeavor that begs a good explanation. But for my friends and I, or at least I assumed at that time, it was worth two Saturdays off our schedules, some degree of effort and a minute portion of our sanity.
This event is called Gabii sa Kabilin or Night of Heritage and is adapted from Germany's Lange Nacht der Museen (Long Night of the Museum).
Right after my cousin's wedding reception last December, a few of my relatives and I met up for a few 'catch-up drinks.'
I must give it then to Iligan's many hardworking residents who still chose to stay in a city that has been through a lot.
Not many of my friends know this, that I really enjoy watching clouds go by. I could do that all day long and for no apparent reason as well.
I was excited with Mercato de Oro for at least 2 good reasons. I thought that this is a welcome alternative, to the Night Cafe at Divisoria, the closure of which drew mixed reactions from the city residents.
Here's then to all our shared hopes and prayers that everything will get better there in Guiuan, all in good time.