Month: September 2016

SUV desert safari

Dubai Desert Safari – What’s it Like?

We learned in our science class (and Civics) that there are different kinds of land. There were coastal lands, forests, plains, ice-covered lands and one particular peculiar land form: Desert. Gradually experiencing all these: snow, beach, forests, plains, mountains, and grasslands, I never got to experience the desert. That was until the family decided to go to Dubai last December 2015.

Philippine Hawk eagle

I Used to Like Malagos Garden Resort

The concept of “bird parks” or even bird-populated zoos were not very common in the Philippines way back during my younger years. Seeing the Malagos Garden Resort article in the Animal Scene Magazine back in high school really got me all excited. It was only back in 2011 that I got to finally visit the place thanks to the Davao Food Appreciation Tour (DFAT).

How Davao Made Me Fat – DFAT 2015

Imagine an event that is half a week long, and is full of food stops in between. Imagine that coupled with some adventure, new friends, and many other activities in between. That’s exactly what I have tried… TWICE. Every year, Davao’s blogging organisation: Davao Bloggers Society  organises the longest-running super food event called DFAT or Davao Food Appreciation Tour. I call this a super food event because they always make sure that we have our next 3-4 days fully packed with a series of nomnom adventures and exciting activities that

freediving

How I Started Freediving

I had no idea I was freediving Back then I had no idea that I was freediving. I thought I was just doing “extreme snorkeling”. All I knew was snorkeling and “going deep” as I went snorkeling. It wasn’t until around 2011 (or 2010, I can’t remember exactly when) that I started seeing some articles about freediving and that opened a whole new world I never knew about.