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November 2014

Tete – a – tete with a Wanderlust Lady

It is my great privilege to share with you my conversation with Ms. Deanna Sallao, a 22-year old certified wanderlust young lady, who explores the world out of her comfort zone. She’s the one who helped me find my own niche and inpired me to passionately write about the things that I love most. Learn how she prepares and enjoys her every travel experience.
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Statuesque Mt. Pico de Loro

As you have seen in my previous post, my first mountain climbing experience happened only last year at Mt. Maculot, Cuenca, Batangas. Indeed, it was unforgettable and worth reminiscing! This year marked my second climb and this time it’s in Mt. Pico de Loro situated in the province of Cavite, the Historical Capital of the Philippines and was the cradle of the Philippine Revolution, a renouncement of the Spanish colonial control for over 300 years, culminating with the declaration of independence on June 12, 1898 in Kawit, Cavite.

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Zambales: Nothing Less than Magnificent

Yes you’ve read it right! Zambales is truly nothing less than magnificent. A must-see place on the western shores of Luzon island along the South China Sea. Zambales shoreline is ragged and features many coves and inlets like Anawangin Cove, Nagsasa Cove, Silangen Cove, Capones Island, and Camara Island.

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