Category: Travel

The Oriental Leyte

The Oriental Leyte possesses a unique character given by its fusion of history, nature, art, and an air of resilience given by its survival of Yolanda, the stongest typhoon to ever hit the island. I was lucky to have been given the chance to stay it is modern, state-of-the-art rooms and function halls. The staff […]

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Christmas in Sofan

NOTHING CAN stop us from bringing happiness to the kids of Sofan. Sofan Elementary School is located in Barangay Pag-asa in my hometown, Alabel, Sarangani Province. It has over 450 pupils and more than 300 of them need to cross the meandering river several times to get to school. This video we made over a […]

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It’s Hard to be a Kid in Kiahe

I still can’t sleep well at night. Images from last week’s visit to a far-flung community keep flashing in my subconscious reality, a recurring dream of familiar faces, piteous stares, and gushing water. We visited Sitio Kiahe last week for a community outreach with Team BUNDOL Mountaineers. We helped a friend, Rosilie Lim, in giving school […]

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Mt Apo Sandawa Climb Festival Opens in Kidapawan

Come, climb the Philippines’ highest peak! The City of Kidapawan intensified its campaign to boost the city’s tourism industry by promoting treks to Mt. Apo, the country’s highest peak with an elevation of 2,954 meters above sea level, through the Mt Apo Sandawa Climb Festival, which opened April 9, 2014. Although there are trekkers that […]

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