Wander Soul | Tangkaan Beach Resort
Beach, Explore Leyte

Tangkaan Beach Resort

I almost forgot I still have pending post about my summer, and I’m trying to remember when was this, lol. Well, summer went off so fast that I am so bothered being not ready for school. I’ve been posting a lot about our summer trips to Southern Leyte on my Instagram, and Tangkaan was one of the places we’ve visited again. Tangkaan Beach Resort is located at the Southern tip of Maasin City, in Padre Burgos. Tangkaan beach consists of beautiful rock formations and proves to be different from the many since it is a white sand beach, thus making the water so clear, while the rest of Leyte’s beaches is made of black sand.   Continue Reading

Life Lately 03
Life Lately

Life Lately 03: Summer Break In The Province

Oh, I’ve been tolerating laziness for a couple of weeks now that I’ve already been missing a lot of blog updates, well I guess for some reasons it was a great idea. So much had happened already, the previous month was totally fulfilling. I have so much to talk about how I have been dealing with my personal life on a summer break in the province. I don’t even know where to start, and all I want to do is talk about everything in detail. I hope you guys will enjoy reading personal stuff about me as much as I enjoy writing them.  Continue Reading

Wander Soul | Monte Cueva
Explore Leyte, Travel

Monte Cueva, Maasin, Southern Leyte: A Holy Place

This summer, perhaps, one of the best gifts I could spoil myself is to go to places I’ve been to before. Being a “probinsyana” (countrywoman) residing in Leyte, of course, has a lot of perks. Not only that I get to eat a lot because it’s summer break and I’m home, but also because Leyte as a whole has a lot of hidden paradise to bargain. One of which is one of Southern Leyte’s Holy places, Monte Cueva. This uphill shrine’s been existing for a very long time now, however there are still a lot of workings to be made. Continue Reading

Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort
Beach, Explore Cebu, Sponsored, Travel

Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort: South’s Gem

It was after a bloody long week of final exams when I finally had a moment by the beach on our Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort excursion on the 2nd of April. I had a great time, though it would be more great if my monthly visit didn’t fall on the same day. It was so hassle, so painful but no worries because I had fun. Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort is located on serene Sumilon Island. It is located on the Southeastern tip of Cebu’s mainland. The island has an area of 24-hectares and is surrounded with a sparkling, clean water.  Continue Reading

Wander Soul | A letter to a friend who had to leave too soon

A Letter To A Friend Who Had To Leave Too Soon

Hey buddy, it has been quite a while since we both ended a conversation with a smile. It still upsets me how you left a facebook chat conversation with a seen 08:11. Oh, you still owe me my favorite Starbucks drink. I remember how we both giggle with our 2am late night natter. I miss you, I really do. The thought of you exiting has always guaranteed a lonesome and miserable lifetime. It might seem too complicated and cluttered right now, I know I’ll get to the point of standing on both feet without yours, once againContinue Reading

Wander Soul | USC BlogCon 2016
Events, Personal

USC BlogCon 2016: An Organizer’s Standpoint

Before jumping in to the event day, I’d like to share bits of the happenings behind the scenes. Being one of the organizers of the first ever USC BlogCon 2016 was of great honor and pleasure. Well of course, I never thought that being a member of the Carolinian Camera Guild would take me to this level of being more sensible. To be honest, from day one of the planning down to the event day, it was really very tiring and frustrating in a sense that balancing academics and side notes is really so hard for me. I had to double my time; plates, guild priorities & exams. It was so exhausting that sleeping has been an offshoot rather than it being a necessity for me, but still it was really worth it. It was something that I’d surely do again. Continue Reading