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Ain’t no island far enough

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MOST car enthusiasts, if not all, believe there’s this numinous bind between them and their machines. Believe it or not, this...


Things To Know About Climbing the Mayon Volcano

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The Mayon Volcano’s first climbers were two Scotsmen named Paton and Stewart in 1858. Since then, many mountain climbing...


Climbing Pico De Loro in Cavite

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Ternate, Cavite Major jump-off: Magnetic Hill, Ternate LLA: 14° 12.855 N; 120° 38.785 E; 664 MASL Days required / Hours to...


American War Heroes in Manila American Cemetery and Memorial, Fort Bonifacio

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“Old soldiers never die. They simply fade away.” ~ Gen. Douglas MacArthur’s farewell address, 19 April...


Revisiting the Ruins in Bacolod

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The “Ruins” in Bacolod is one of the most well-preserved and famous ancestral homes in the island of Negros...


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