Bagasbas Revisited

by Joey Cuerdo, event organizer The trip to Bagasbas Beach in Daet, Camarines Norte is always an epic.  I know all the tricks of the trade in travel to Daet, from trying to flag down a provincial bus on EDSA to taking un franchised vans with hawkers wooing in scurrying commuters who missed the lastContinue reading “Bagasbas Revisited”

The Heart is Where the Home Is

Amazing this computer age stuff..  You can’t live without it, but you can’t live with it either.  For almost a month, my laptop has been acting up (slow, not loading, can’t detect wifi) and somebody said it might have been infected by a virus and could crash anytime.  That explains why I haven’t been writingContinue reading “The Heart is Where the Home Is”

Advertising, Copying and the Internet

In my previous post, I “copied and pasted” an article written by my high school classmate, whose permission I was granted to repost it in my own blog.  Ironically, the situation coincided with a discovery I made about a certain advertising site that takes blog posts about Philippine tours and destinations and “copies” them directlyContinue reading “Advertising, Copying and the Internet”

High School Ties

This wonderful article was written by my high school classmate, one I didn’t know well back then, but has become akin to a close friend overnight (literally).  I hope you enjoy the read as much as I did. __________________________________________________________________________________________ The Reunion by Dex Osorio Facebook is Not Good Enough. Facebook, the mailing list, and theContinue reading “High School Ties”

Cruisin’ the Islands in Style

The day was done, the marathon tour of Sohoton Cave in Bucas Grande, Surigao del Norte, over, my battery all but depleted.  But everyone was still up for one more picture.  That’s me in the forefront, Mama, Joseph and Danny behind me on my left and Pia, Nen and Buzz on the right.  Ed (myContinue reading “Cruisin’ the Islands in Style”

A Marathon Tour (3-6pm)

The day wasn’t done yet, oh, no!  Though the afternoon was obviously waning, our guides took us to yet another pool that was filled with little brown creatures.  At closer inspection (our guide picked one up and held it up for us to see and hold), they were jellyfish!            Continue reading “A Marathon Tour (3-6pm)”