• My Travels

    Mt. Pulag | Benguet

    Team Pahinga Conquered the Playground of the Gods: Mt. Pulag We Conquered Mt. Pulag The 3rd highest mountain in the Philippines, Mt. Pulag standing 2,922 MASL, had usual visitors who dare to reach its peak. And then we came: This group that maybe made the gods laugh and happy. The group that loves to rest, but didn’t quit. This is my journal on how we came, walk, rest, trek, rest again, another walk, trek, rest again for the nth time (that’s why we’re called Team Pahinga). Until we saw and at last, though tired and freezing from cold, conquered the playground of the gods, Mt. Pulag.

  • Stories to Tell

    First Impressions

    “Hi, I’m Paul” he said, extending his hand. I smiled nervously as we shook hands. “May I see your handwriting?”, he then asked. “Oh, sure”, I blurted out with curiosity. I looked at him intently as he analyze my handwriting; his face serious and undisturbed, while I study the features of his face carefully — a handsome man, curious of what he might find on my strokes. After a moment, he said his ‘verdict’ at last. I just nod and try to look blank as possible, pathetically hiding any sign of affirmation and confirmation, trying not to look defensive and submissive at the same time. He looked at me in…


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