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Mount Mauyog: International Women’s Day Climb

A few months ago, I was invited to visit Tanzania for an International Women’s Day Climb to Mt. Kilimanjaro. It ...
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Lake Holon Diary: Traveling As A Way of Worshiping God

I consider everything that I do, even when I am not traveling, a spiritual experience. I have always been like ...
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Mt. Hambubuyog-Inambakan Falls: Another Funny Travel Mishap Encounter

I’ve said this a lot of times that I always meet the best people in the mountains. My kind of ...
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Overnight Camping at Sirao Peak, Cebu

There’s always that place you have visited multiple times, but never had the chance to blog. Simply because you do ...
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Why You Should Climb A Mountain To Heal Your Broken ...

If there’s just one thing we can do to instantly heal our brokenness, that would make our lives so much ...
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On Knee Bursting, Toe Crushing, Back Breaking Treks

I just had the best weekend of my life. I went back to Osmena Peak and traversed to Kawasan Falls ...
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Climbing the Towering Monolith of Kandungaw Peak

I have always been proud of my strong knees and calves. That sounds so weird. But yes, I am proud ...
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Mount Talinis Diaries: The Twin Falls of Nagabi

The Twin Falls of Nagabi is one of the spots that I was really looking forward to visiting during our ...
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Mount Talinis Diaries: Rancho and Kaipuhan Sulfur River

My friends and I spent three days trekking the verdant slopes of Mount Talinis, so that we can visit all ...
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Mount Talinis Diaries: Trekking the Horns of Negros

Mount Talinis, also known as Cuernos de Negros (Horns of Negros), is the second highest mountain on the island of ...