2012 in Retrospect: ‘Twas a Blast

Friday, January 18, 2013
Boracay

And just like that, it is almost February. But before I continue blogging the whats of my 2013, I guess it is only fitting to give closure to 2012 by looking back to the highlights of last year. To say that the previous year is…

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The Most Read Travel Guides of 2012

Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Palaui

With the year 2013 slowly eating up our calendar, let’s have a quick look on which Travel Guides garnered the most clicks and traffic last year.   10. Travel Guide: Bucas Grande Islands / Sohoton Cove National Park (Socorro) Ranking tenth on the list is…

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Diving in Camiguin

Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Diving in Camiguin

With a different agenda, I returned to the Island Born of Fire, my third time overall and twice in just a span of one year. No I didn’t do the usual island tour, I am through with it twice. I went there to dive! Technically…

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Snapshot: Cross Marker of Camiguin’s Sunken Cemetery

Wednesday, September 12, 2012
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The Old Cemetery of Bonbon in Camiguin sank when Mt. Vulcan Daan erupted in 1870’s. Now known as Sunken Cemetery, a concrete cross marker was erected in early 1980′s to commemorate the site of the old cemetery and in memory of the thousands of lives…

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Snapshot: The Beauty of Balingoan

Tuesday, August 21, 2012
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The lighthouse of Balingoan in Misamis Oriental stands proud in the town’s port overlooking the province of Camiguin. The town of Balingoan is a gateway to the Island Born of Fire from mainland Mindanao which is only an hour away by ferry. Everyday, the town…

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Journey to the Depths of Philippine Underwater World: 100 Dives Milestone

Monday, March 19, 2012
Moalboal

I had a chance to dive in Apo Reef when we returned there last February. It was a memorable one not because it is one of my favorite places to dive but because it marked another milestone in my scuba diving career – my 100th…

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