Author Archives: negrosoutdoors

On the Crater of a Stratovolcano: Mt. Cabali-an Climb (April 2017)

“The mountains are calling and I must go.” Yes, I am a sucker for good quotes from great mountaineers, especially from someone who goes by the name of John Muir.  By April of 2017, I have been marinated in saltwater … Continue reading

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Uwan-uwanan Falls: An Adrenaline Pumping Secret in Southern Leyte

Uwan-uwanan Falls Brgy. Kawayan, Libagon, Southern Leyte   It was ten in the morning when we entered the palm forests of Brgy. Kawayan in Libagon, Southern Leyte.  In the first twenty minutes of the trek, I thought to myself of … Continue reading

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Explorer’s Notebook 1: Tracking the Mandalagan Mountain Range

Back in 2011 when I was only three years into hiking, I, along with two other friends decided to take our hiking to the next level.  We have just finished our basic mountaineering and orienteering courses and we were itching … Continue reading

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The Cebu Highlands Trail Test Thru-Hike

Hiking in the Philippines Despite being an archipelagic nation, hiking and hillwalking has been relatively famous in the Philippines. Graced with pristine rainforest covers and rough terrains, an ascent to a mountain peak proves both challenging and rewarding.  When I … Continue reading

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Never cease to seek adventure.

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The Beginning of the Neolithic Age: Payag Bouldering House

If there was one sport that has put every bit of my strength to test, that would be rock climbing.  I’m not much for a competitive type: a little trail running race from time to time to make up for … Continue reading

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Sleeping in Broad Daylight: What I Learned Being a Call Center Agent

Jeepney Slumbers I quickly dozed off after giving my fare and telling the driver where I will be alighting from his jeepney.  I took the passenger seat spot where I could sit down more comfortably in case I fell asleep … Continue reading

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