April 5, 2017

Masungi Georeserve: Benchmark of Conservation

The iconic giant spiderweb made of steel wires Since Masungi opened its gates to the public in December of 2015, I’ve been intrigued by the photos on my social media feeds. Visits are by reservation only, so after two foiled plans of going, I was invited by fellow Mabuhaykers with only two days notice and finally went. Lately, spontaneous has always worked out the best for me, despite my propensity for thorough research and detailed itineraries.  Located in Baras, Rizal, it was just a surprising hour and a half away from my part of the city, even on a Wednesday […]
April 24, 2016

Mabuhay!

I’ve been back in Manila for a few weeks now, and I’ve been trying to sit down and write my stories, but it’s so hard to start describing a trip that unexpectedly changed my life. Without getting into too much detail at the moment, I’ll just share some of the things I’ve been up to since coming home – the product of an awakened sense of adventure, the longing to always be in nature, and the urge to share love and kindness to as many people as I can reach.During our time in Hawai’i, my travel twin, Celine, and I […]