Tag: climb

Day 19: How to Survive A Four Hour Bus Ride

A few days off away from the screen entails a whole lot more of sitting than I imagined! In most cases, when I usually go from Iloilo to Negros, I would take a short way to the destination: 1) A Fast Air-conditioned Expensive Bus Ride and 2) Cabs. But this time, experiencing “cheap traveling” starting off with a budgeted bus ride was a pain in te butt. Literally. Read more →

Day 15: Physical Preparation

I was wondering a few hours ago if it is a necessity to have a pre-travel physical training before anything else actually begins. I mean, right? Sure, you carry that awfully heavy backpack – but do you still need to have some kind of training to boost your endurance in carrying that thing when you go around places? Don’t get me wrong, I stand only 5 feet and I know how it feels like to carry a big load on my back. Read more →

How Sea Salts are Made

When we think of potato chips, we think of salt. Sea salts are used to make these delicious fatty treats we all purchase in one stop shops. My trip in Negros did not limit me to just seeing the beach and relaxing with the soothing wind, it also taught me the how-tos of Sea salt production using, well, the sea. Read more →

Rock Climbing. Literally.

Have you ever rock climbed without any ropes or harness, nor the proper gear and all those fancy hand powders? Well, I did. It was not something I am proud of because of failure to comply with safety precautions. I should know because I am a nurse. Nevertheless, I survived. Surely, a big thanks to the non-breaking rocks and the lucky flat surfaces that I was able to put my soles on. Read more →