Part 4 here The pier was very easy to find. Hiring motorcycles in Dumaguete is also very easy. We paid Php 8 each from Gabby's to the port. There we booked a ticket for Siquijor which cost us just Php 125 each. It was a one hour ride via fast craft (ferry). We took the… Continue reading SIQUIJOR | Part 5
After Canlaon, we originally planned to go to Don Salvador Benedicto (DSB), Negros' Little Baguio. We woke up early to Catch the first trip there but when we saw a bus bound for Dumaguete we quickly--very quickly, changed our minds and decided to visit the city of gentle people instead. Our main reason for going… Continue reading DUMAGUETE CITY | Part 4
Part 2 here After getting some snacks in Calea in Bacolod (It was hella cheap but sooooo good!), we went to the Ceres Terminal where buses bound for Canlaon and Dumaguete were. We took a taxi so I am not sure how to get there on public transport. Just remember to mention that you are… Continue reading CANLAON CITY | Part 3
Part 1 (Guimaras to Pulupandan) here if you are interested. Our actual main destination was Canlaon City but we decided to explore the cities and places we passed by. We set our eyes on Bago city which was between Pulupandan and Bacolod. As we had done no research beforehand, we had no idea where to… Continue reading BAGO CITY AND KIPOT FALLS | Part 2
Saw this tiny ladybug while I was watching over my cousins playing. I immediately spotted as it provided a pop of color to the otherwise green surroundings.
It's been raining, I'm sick and i have no good idea on how to interpret today's theme so I looked for a suitable picture from my phone and edited it. Well, post processing is still part of photography right??? Anyway. We were in a new "city" and like other places I've been to, this… Continue reading MYSTREERY | day 10
Good lighting is hard to find today since it's been raining and I've got no lighting equipment available. So I am using this photo I took from one of my trips. (Posted about this here) I've always been fond of nature. Most of my trips are in the countryside or farms or much recently, an… Continue reading A SMALL & CRABBY NATURAL WORLD | day 8
Posting this photo my phone (taken by my phone) again so I can't tell if the quality would be good when viewed on a computer. this is a really big tree, my friend isn't even close to it yet the tree drawfs her from afar. This is what locals know as "Balete" tree, a… Continue reading BIG (TREE) | day 7
All the photos i've posted are all iphone shots. I've been so lazy pulling out my DSLR from my backpack recently. Here's my take of solitude. This was taken in a farm at the foot of an active volcano.
I'm very fascinated with waterfalls. There's something enchanting about them. I took this with my iphone that could barely fit my makeshift tripod vertically. This was taken in Siquijor Island, Philippines. Lovely island.