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?

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:

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…

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.

TNF Thrill of the Trail Bohol: My Perspective

“Everyone can run on the road, but not everyone can endure the trail.”  That’s what The North Face Thrill of the Trail stands for, and for this leg the series finally landed in the Visayas via Bohol.

The Great Visayan Adventure (Preview)

After five days and five nights in Bohol and Cebu, it’s now back to reality.  With tons of photos and a few videos to process, not to mention heaps of emails to read and respond to (both from work, media relations, personal messages, etc.) I can’t begin to imagine how to start sharing those wonderful…

Supermarket Surprise

I had just arrived in Tagbilaran, Bohol.  After an interesting flight which barely arrived on time, I was still a bit too early to check in my hotel room, but not too early for my tummy.  After settling some procedures with the hotel I asked around for some good food (outside the hotel of course). …

PAU P2P65K Ilocos Norte: Dinakdakan Chronicles (Day 3)

Finally, D-Day has arrived!  Ultramarathons sure are gaining popularity, fast! Thanks to PAU’s efforts, more runners are now braving ultras.  Considering that this race was staged more than 500 kilometers away from Manila, the turnout was phenomenal with more than a hundred runners!

History, Modernity, Spirituality: Dinakdakan Chronicles (Day 2)

Saturday, the second day of our “vacation.”  One by one our comrades arrive in Laoag for our race that is practically hours away.  After meeting a few of our newly arrived friends over breakfast, we went back to our hotel to freshen up, and start our mini tour.