I am slowly seeing places I once only dreamed of. I just started, so I must admit I am not as hardcore as other travelers. However, each of my travel has always been more than just recreation, and it’s the reason why I want to do it more. Traveling didn’t really change me nor my … Continue reading How Travel Changed My Life
Malbog Sulfuric Hot Spring Resort or “Mabaho” is located at the foot of the mountain in Brgy. Malbog, Buenavista, Marinduque. The hot spring has sulfur content popularly used for skin care and treatments.
From Manila to Marinduque: Take a bus going to Lucena-Dalahican-Talao Talao port from EDSA/KAMIAS Terminal Buendia (near Lrt 1-Gil Puyat station) Through JAM, JAC Liner and DLTB Then take a RORO/Ship going to Balanacan Pier through Montenegro Shipping lines Starhorse Shipping lines Take a jeepney/van to any town of your destination. They bring passengers up … Continue reading TRAVEL GUIDE: MANILA TO MARINDUQUE (VICE VERSA) 2016
After our Mt. Malindig climb, we went for a post-climb dip at Poctoy white beach located in Brgy. Poctoy, Torrijos, Marinduque. It was a 40-minute trike ride from Brgy. Sihi, Buenavista. It’s a 5-minute ride from the Torrijos’s Poblacion. If you’re looking for a place that is fab and grand, it is not for you. … Continue reading THE DISCRETE CHARM OF POCTOY WHITE BEACH
Whether you’re a local or a tourist, you’re Marinduque experience is never complete without hiking to the highest point of the province— Mt. Malindig. As part of the blog series I’m doing for my homeland, I together with my cousins had our day hike at Mt. Malindig last May 12, 2016. The jump-off point is … Continue reading MT. MALINDIG CLIMB: EXPERIENCE MARINDUQUE AT ITS HIGHEST
“Hindi ko naman maintindihan yan,” this is what we often hear from people upon seeing an artwork. Honestly, I am one of those people who find it hard to understand artwork (I mean the deep meaning behind every stroke and abstract). But someone told me that when we see a painting, we should ask ourselves … Continue reading PINTO ART MUSEUM: THE HAVEN OF EMOTIONS