Archive for September, 2010

27
Sep
10

Kenyan + Ethiopian CamSur Invasion

What a great marathon it really was, as hot as the race day weather!  The first Summit Water CamSur Marathon had just concluded, and the Kenyans weren’t able to complete their dominance with the race.

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27
Sep
10

Typhoon Ondoy (Ketsana) A Year Hence: DAtE

By Design Against the Elements (DAtE):

It takes only seconds to destroy what takes years to build.  Thousands of Filipinos learned this last year, when Typhoon Ondoy (Ketsana) took lives and homes.  Help reduce the painful cycle of environmental destruction and post-disaster reconstruction through design.  The best donation to a country at risk to the effects of climate change is not just financial aid, but ideas.  This year’s challenge is to prepare communities before the next disaster.

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23
Sep
10

Committing Suislide! (EAT Danao)

All good things eventually comes to an end, and before finally concluding my Bohol trip a visit to the island’s new adventure playground was in place.  Where else but in EAT Danao?

One of the views you’d see before committing Suislide 🙂

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21
Sep
10

Bohol Island Tour

For the second day of our tour, the island of Bohol itself is our destination.  It doesn’t sound very exciting, until we actually had the tour.  And here’s how our second day of touring transpired:

Does this scene look familiar?

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18
Sep
10

A Surreal World: Fireflies Kayaking at Abatan River

Kayaking has always been my favorite activity on water.  As a runner who is used to going places, a kayak is my best friend on water as it allows me to do as such, like a bike on land.  While I may not own one personally, I never miss the opportunity whenever I had the chance.  And now that another chance presented itself, I can’t help but be enthusiastic!

Yes!

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18
Sep
10

Wet, Wild, and Healthy

It’s the second day of my Bohol trip, and today’s theme: wet, wild, and healthy!  It’s an entire day of getting close to nature with most likely risk of getting wet and close encounters with wild life.  Let’s start the tour.

Beginning my day with delicious Filipino breakfast

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16
Sep
10

Gateway to Bohol: Tagbilaran City

Thursday, September 09, 2010: my longest solo vacation had just begun!  Destination: Tagbilaran City.  Purpose: Adventure!

The good old Manila domestic airport, still in service

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