August 21, 2011
Published on: 8/21/2011 11:08:00 PM by Lantaw - 13 comments
sunrise in Lake Seloton
Lake Sebu is one of those places that has this tendency to tug incessantly at your heart. It beckons you to return again and again. You happily give in and rediscover the place anew. Just when you think you've seen everything there, it gives you another set of beautiful memories.
August 7, 2011
Published on: 8/07/2011 08:26:00 PM by Lantaw - 10 comments
Adams' poster falls: Anuplig
If there is one place where you have access to dozens of waterfalls in hiking distance of each other, that would be Adams in Ilocos Norte. Tucked in a lush green valley and surrounded by rain forest, some consider this small town as the "land of waterfalls". The signages around the town pointing you to trails leading to various waterfalls further reinforce that title.
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