A Collaborative Post with Sherry Marquez Our first day in Melbourne started off with a breakfast by the river at Anglesea, a seaside village situated just before the Great Ocean Road.… Continue reading
Words by Jeremiah Juliano There are places that you reach by accident, but make you want to stay on purpose.
Lost in the jungle of LED displays and century-old temples
Kuala Lumpur + Malacca
A Porcelain Crab shies away from the limelight. Taken at the Twin Rocks in Anilao, Batangas.
Months have passed since Haiyan (Yolanda) devastated the Leyte province, life goes on for the people of Ormoc.
“One day I’m going to tame those waves.” -The Dreamer
Wild Fast Panoramic Epic
When one slice of heaven won’t suffice, you just have to experience it twice.
Because an unpaved road leads to an unspoiled beauty…
Island of the friendly witches
The Sea, The Stone, The Sky, and the Summit
An encounter with the Mantas and the Mola Mola on the Island of the Gods.
The first part of my “Eat, Pray, Dive” journey
Weekend dive at Kilima Bay and Monkey Beach
I’ve witnessed countless sunsets on many of my travels. But never have I really tried waking up at dawn just to catch the sun’s first glimpse.
Beneath the waves is a city of solitude; a temporal place so long as you carry air.
A weekend of Sun, Sand, and Surf!
1. Imagine grains of powdery, white sand between your toes.
An enchanting find at the foot of “Parrot’s Beak”
Images from the 18th Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta
Nature never fails to fascinate.
Of cobblestone paths and Hispanic houses
Another year blooms!
Eleven hours of non-stop driving. A thousand kilometers back and forth. Six cups of coffee. And one unforgettable journey.
Nothing beats walking around at Christmas night with a camera in your hand and a tripod on your shoulder.😉
Getting around Manila is definitely one of the horrors most foreign tourists face
The year isn’t over yet. But I must say it has been a tough time for me
Who needs the beach when you can ride the rapids?
An island of 7 volcanoes, of raging waterfalls, of black sand beaches, and of scattered springs.
Here lies a path to an otherworldly journey…
Past Del Monte’s wide area of Pineapple Fields, right at the foot of Mt. Kitanglad, adrenaline rush awaits the adventurous.
Sitting on the mountains, and shrouded in mist, a breathtaking beauty lies for over 2,000 years.
I know it’s too early for Christmas. But I just can’t stop myself from posting this one.
Lush tropical rainforests. Colorful and diverse marine life. White, powdery beaches. And a city at the heart of the country’s Last Frontier.
“Wherever there is light, there is shadow;