Waterfall Chasing in Amadeo, Dining in Silang

Leo’s continuing recovery and physical therapy means we won’t be able to do those arduous treks that some of the more spectacular cascades here normally require. But our itch to visit these attractions overcame whatever trepidations we might have.

Lakes Pandin and Yambo: Touring San Pablo’s 7 Lakes, Part 2

Our tour of San Pablo’s Seven Lakes continues! On a visit to Nina’s aunt and uncle who have retired to a quiet home at Hacienda Escudero in Tiaong, Quezon, we took off for Lakes Palakpakin and Mohicap. Our third and last day was reserved for the Twin Lakes of Pandin and Yambo. We’ve been to... Continue Reading →

Liliw: Beyond the Cold Springs

It’s one of those places on our list of destinations for a brief and recharging retreat whenever we want a temporary respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. Three hours from Metro Manila might not seem like a short ride away but that’s how long it takes to navigate the 100 km. distance... Continue Reading →

A Rainy Afternoon in San Pablo

The period from August to November in the Philippines are typically wet months. Worst, typhoons from the Pacific make landfall in the country right around these months; otherwise people have to contend with heavy rains brought in by the southwest monsoon. This is the reason we often do not travel locally during that time. A... Continue Reading →

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