Posts Tagged ‘Walk’

Mauban, Quezon: MVT Sto. Niño In Cagbalete Island

July 21, 2011 16 comments

The rainy season is on its heydays and definitely far from over but no idiots like us love the beach, sand, and salt water (no sun) on stormy days. We simply can’t wait for the sun to be up and smiling back on us. No more introductions needed. We’ve been here before and back. This is our third time on the island, the second under bad weather conditions, and my first time on the eastern side. This is Cagbalete Island. Read more…

San Luis, Aurora Province: Log Carried From The Forest

January 27, 2011 Leave a comment

On our ascent to Ditumabo Falls, we came across with this guy, probably in his early 20′s, carrying a huge log passing through uneven and rough terrain.

Full story in Weekend Getaway in Baler, Aurora 2011

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Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene of Quiapo & Ongpin’s Chinatown in Manila

December 20, 2010 Leave a comment

Early Filipinos cure wounds, ailments, and different forms of illnesses with plants and animal parts formulated by shamans, priestess,and folk healers commonly known as albularyos. The medicinal practice is still applied until the present times especially to those who are financially incapable. Instead of purchasing jaw dropping expensive scientific medicines, some people especially inhabiting remote areas of the country, prefer the albularyos, than regular doctors. Read more…