Weekend at Cebu's Three-Tier Kawasan Falls

Tuesday, January 31, 2012



How to Get There
From Cebu City, head to Cebu City South Bus Terminal (near E-mall) and board a non-aircon bus. There are two routes that you can take. One is from Cebu to Oslob/Bato then ride another bus going to Badian. The other one is from Cebu to Moalboal passing Barili along the way, which is the closest route (about 2 to 3 hours ride) compared to taking the 4-5 hour trip via Oslob-Bato. Terminal Fee at Cebu South Bus is PHP5.00 and the fare for the non-aircon bus going to Moalboal is roughly around PHP100.00.

Taking the shorter route, drop-off point is the town proper of Moalboal (look for the market). From there, you can take a multi-cab going to Kawasan Falls. You'll pass by the municipality proper of Badian and drop off at the Church of Matutinao, which is just along the highway.

Journeying to the Red-Light District of Hongkong: No Tips. Just Pure Shenanigan.

Thursday, January 19, 2012



For no apparent reason during my last night in Hongkong, I couldn't sleep so I decided to leave my friends in the hotel and explored Mongkok's neighborhood for one last time. An hour later, I found myself lost in a street filled with blinking neon lights with pictures of half-naked women displayed at the sidewalk.

Right then, I knew I was in a different part of the city. See? Getting lost can get exciting.

Hongkong Travel: The Six Things You Need to Bring Before You Go

Friday, January 13, 2012



Going on a trip to Hongkong for the first time but you're not sure what you need to bring? Here's a guide to what I think are the six essential things that you need to bring before you go to Hongkong. If you want to add something to this list, feel free to leave a comment below.

Orgasmically Good for You: Durian Tips from a Dabawenyo Exiled in Cebu

Thursday, January 5, 2012



Synonymous to Davao is a fruit commonly misunderstood by many due to its foul smell and weird taste. In fact, most establishments (some surprisingly in Davao) don't allow people to bring and eat durian.  Some people say that the smell of durian is like "rotten tomatoes mixed with smelly feet" while others claim that although it smells like "hell", it surely tastes like "heaven".

I once hated it myself when my parents first bought durian when I was still in grade school but I was wrong after I tried it -- all it takes is a matter of training your nasal and gastrointestinal tracts. If you can live with the smell and taste of durian candies or the ice cream (or even the durian-flavored condom), the fruit is no less different.

Let not the smell of durian get in the way of losing your durian virginity. Just like sex, you need to go through a bit of pain, in this case, a few ounces of testicular fortitude and maybe a few trips to the bathroom.

Make your trip to Davao worthwhile and memorable. Make sure you don't miss the opportunity of eating the "king of all fruits."

Here are some tips to enjoy eating durian in Davao: