1st Surf & Music Festival in Baler, Aurora
Before I begin this blog, I want to express my utmost gratitude to Biyaherong Barat’s avid readers for continuously visiting my tiny piece of space in the vast world wide web contributing to over 10,000 hits this blog received. It may not mean much but every hit meant a lot to me. Biyaherong Barat has been on hold for quite some time due to my ankle injury that required operation, therapy, and lots of rest. It doesn’t matter now because I’m back on my feet, kicking, and hungry for more adventure and brand new experiences. Pack your bags, and once again let’s hit the road head North East towards a province I fell in love since the first time I stepped foot on their town. Hello Baler, we’re back. Read more…
Morong, Bataan’s Nagbalayong Beach
I love Fridays. After all the week’s exhaustion and stress from work, I count down hours, minutes, then seconds as the hand struck six. Even hours before, I day dream what I’m going to do Friday night, and the whole weekend. For a second, all I thought of is the beach, the sand and salt water. I can’t wait.
As soon as the clock struck twelve, I hastily head home to pack my bag and camera. As I sat on the backside of the FX shuttle bound home, my buddies and I were discussing possible destinations under the consideration of budget, weather, and transportation. And again, like all the travels that we had, it all boils down to the budget. And just like before, no one and nothing won’t stop us. Whenever, wherever, however. Hold tight because were hitting 180 on the highway to Morong, Bataan. Read more…
Rodriguez, Rizal: Nature Trip To Wawa Dam
There’s nothing much to do one weekend so I browsed the internet looking for something to shoot. A friend posted about her recent trip in La Mesa Eco Park and asked her details, but unfortunately the budget always gets in the way, so save this destination some other time. For now, I’m setting foot at the far end of my home town, Rodriguez. Read more…
Roadside Scenery In Sison, Tarlac
Sison, Tarlac wakes up to a beautiful morning where from the road side you can witness huge mountains serve as backdrop to vast rice and corn fields towered by a clear blue sky.
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