The prospect of swimming with the butandings or whale sharks excites me. Nothing can beat being one with the huge and gentle sharks that do not include us in their diet. Whale sharks are large fishes that grow around 40 feet, weigh approximately 20 tons, and has a life span of a hundred years. IContinue reading “In Oslob, it’s either depth or height, or maybe both.”
Bukidnon is a haven for photographers, especially those who like pastoral scenes, landscapes, and waterfalls. Here are reasons why. 1. Del Monte Pineapple Plantation, Camp Philips, Bukidnon. 2. Damilag, Bukidnon 4. Camp Philips Soccer Field, Bukidnon 5. Barangay Dicklum, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon 6. Alalum Falls, Brgy. Kisolon, Sumilao, Bukidnon If you take the BuDa (Bukidnon-Davao)Continue reading “Photo Essay: The Beauty of Bukidnon”
The experience is like flying. Whether in Dahilayan Forest Park or Kampo Juan in Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon, both anicycling and ziplining are exhilarating experiences. Check out our photos of visiting these two adventure destinations, options for the experience of mountain ecosystems for our students. 1. Dahilayan Forest Park, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon. Our trip to DahilayanContinue reading “You Can Fly in Bukidnon”
We were picked up at six in the morning. The jeep that was waiting for us had two red rafts on its roof. Seated inside the vehicle were a family of six, two couples, and an European tourist. As soon as we boarded the jeep — and picking up two more couples from their hotelContinue reading “You Should Go White Water Rafting”
The return to Agutayan Island was a dream come true. The first time I visited the island was in September 2014. Members of the Jesuit Basic Education Commission of the Philippines were brought here for environmental awareness. It was at that time that I learned about Xavier University’s Ridge-River-Reef (R3) Program that aimed to establishContinue reading “Amazing Agutayan Island”
The trip to the town of Enrique Villanueva is enjoyable. Along the road is the Cang-isok House that dates back to the mid-1800s. However, seeing its present state, I know that this is probably the major disappointment of the coastal tour of Siquijor. Cang-isok house, Brgy. Libo, Enrique Villanueva. Its name comes from the seasideContinue reading “Part IV. Why You Will Love Siquijor – The towns of Enrique Villanueva, Larena and Siquijor”
A partnership between the high schools of Ateneo de Manila and Ateneo de Davao University. August-September 2014. Davao City.
The Eco-Spiritual Pilgrimage. A partnership between the high schools of Ateneo de Manila and Ateneo de Davao University. August-September 2014.