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Kabukalan Spring: Kawasan’s Gorgeous Source

One of the most popular tourist spots in the island of Cebu is Badian town’s Kawasan Falls. Considered one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the province, Kawasan Falls is visited by thousands of people every month because of its gorgeous drops and turquoise waters. Now, it is important to note that ‘Kawasan’ is actually […]

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Highs and Lows

After months of waiting, it was finally time to go on another solo road trip. The last solo road trip I had was probably more than a year ago. See, the old bike that I was using was deteriorating fast (it was more than 8 years old) and I didn’t want to have to deal with […]

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Crossing Borders

After taking our late breakfast, we drove all the way to the Municipality of Alegria. The town is a short drive from Badian. We reached Alegria at around 10 in the morning. However, we still had to travel for another 20 minutes to get to this little village where we could leave the van. The […]

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Nights In Lambug

A week ago, Harry, Randy, Jan, Redjie, and I went to the beautiful southern town of Badian. We didn’t go there just to relax and have fun. We went there mainly for an environmental program which we hoped, however small, would eventually make a huge impact. The person who came up with this wonderful plan was Randy […]

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Revisiting Matutinao

  We went to Matutitanao in Badian over the weekend. Originally, I thought we were going to Badian Island. So when Masil told me that a few of her friends from work were going on a weekend trip, I decided to tag along. It was, after all, a once-in-a-lifetime chance. When we met last Saturday, […]

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Kawasan Falls, Finally!

The famous Kawasan Falls is situated some four hours from Cebu City in the sleepy little baranggay of Matutinao in the town of Badian. Badian is famous for a system of waterfalls which has two major drops, a huge water source squirting thousands of liters of fresh (and very cool) water every day, and an adverture trail which […]

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