Going Back To The Roots – Pilar, Camotes Island.

A collection of photos I had when I visited our province last 2016 after 18 long years! Nothing has change with the island. People are still warm and welcoming! It’s always a good feeling to go back to your roots and discover something about yourself through their stories.

I did a lot of swimming and island hopping during this vacation and got a rare life opportunity to see a dolphin going after your boat! It was indeed a majestic view that I can’t forget. I also did hiking just to reach one of my relatives house.

This year I hope I can revisit our province again since some of my relatives will be going home for their family reunion.

For now, let the photographs tell the story!

 

So until then, don’t forget to leave a comment and like this post if you want to say something or give me a high five in case we bump elsewhere.

Remember, everything you do is an adventure of a lifetime!

See ya!

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Banks Team Goes To: SandBox!

As what the great Alan W. Watts once said:

This is the real secret of life — to be completely engaged with what you are doing in the here and now. And instead of calling it work, realized it is play.

Living the line of one of the famous chocolate brand of ours — Have a break, is such a big word to fill in especially when you are working in a fast-paced multinational diverse company. But hey, being surrounded with a hyped on-the-go office mates surely play will never be out of place! So we decided to put the adventure on our boring profession (as to what majority of people say!) by going way up north – Sandbox!

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Back with something new!

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Lalangoy ka ba? Kaya mo ba? Sabi nga diba walang sigurado pero kailangan mo lang maniwala.

Hey guys, I have decided to finally add something new here on my blog since I don’t have the luxury of time to travel this 2017 which is quite sad. But that doesn’t mean I miss to add life to my days. To be honest, the last 3 quarters of my year was awesome. I finally got a circle of friends at work, had a chance to play volleyball again, continue serving the Lord through ministry at my local church and bible club at work and a lot more.

And I believe that my last quarter and the following years to come has something more to offer and I’m so excited to share everything to all of you.

So other than my personal travels, you will be able to read my personal composition of poetries of which all is written in Tagalog. As to some who don’t know, I really fancy reading poems in between train rides which gives me the interest to write my own. Most of my poetries are written freely and a number was written in rhymes. Occasionally, I also write them in Haiku type because I love challenging myself with 5-7-5 pattern.

The collection of poems that you will read here is part of my personal project inspired by the movie “100 Tula Para Kay Stella.” Meaning, all poems here are the memories I had with you.

So until then, don’t forget to leave a comment and like this post if you want to say something or give me a high five in case we bump elsewhere.

Remember, everything you do is an adventure of a lifetime!

See ya!

 

Welcome 2017!

It has been a crazy 2016 so far. I might say mission accomplished for that year. I’ve been to certain places though I may not able to blog everything. But with 2017 coming it’s way I pray and promise to wander more and blog all of them for me to share to all of you the adventures and learning I had along the way. I also commit to make this blog more entertaining by thinking of posting different stuffs regarding my travels.

And with that is by sharing to all of you my Youtube Channel wherein I will post all my future travels through Vlogging! And I’m so excited for that project. But for the meantime, forgive me for I don’t have advance knowledge in video editing and I don’t have decent camera for video capturing.

So without further adieu, here is the last day of my 2016! (Click the image to redirect or click below link)

So until then, don’t forget to leave a comment and like this post if you want to say something or give me a high five in case we bump elsewhere.

Remember, everything you do is an adventure of a lifetime!

See ya!

Punto Miguel Lake Shore: An Overnight Escape.

I bet all of us was once annoyed to all those cancelled planned trips and I’ve heard a lot of them. I mean, we all have too much and we’re all over it. That I think is the reason why everyone is going gaga over the hype of doing most of their trips unplanned, their so called back packing.

But way back 2012, that wasn’t exactly the thing. I mean, should I say, we don’t know the idea of back packing yet but we already know the concept of getting away your comfort zone.

Today, I would like to share to all of you another throwback adventure I did with two of my High School friends. Be ready as we discover the beauty of then man made white sand in the lake.

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