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Navigating Across the Periphery: People of the Land and Sea

Navigating Across the Periphery: People of the Land and Sea

Please correct me if I am mistaken, but there seems to be a surge of people making a conscious effort to spend more time outdoors: whether it is extreme exploration or simply going for a picnic or a walk, there is something that draws us beyond the confinements of the spaces we created to live...

Rebuild Coron Update: An Assessment and What We Did

Rebuild Coron Update: An Assessment and What We Did

Last September 2013, we booked a trip for mid-December to visit Coron, Palawan. We anticipated an adventure-packed trip of wreck-diving, wild-camping, kayaking, eating a lot, and relaxing with friends…little did we know that this trip was going to mean so much more than just a holiday.… continue reading

Batanes: I Remember

Batanes: I Remember

Batanes. Distant land…distant, but comfortable. Wilderness is far, yet nature is at your doorstep, and the the towns feel like home.

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Rebuilding Coron

Rebuilding Coron

Dear Friends, We are lucky to have what we have. We can often forget that. Watching from afar the effects of Typhoon Haiyan (‘Yolanda’) left in its wake in several communities in the Philippines is heart-wrenching.… continue reading

Gratitude: the secret key to Happy

Gratitude: the secret key to Happy

And no – that wasn’t a grammatical error. To me, the word ‘Happy’ is purer than ‘Happiness’. Happiness can sometimes be this intangible, difficult-to-reach feeling/perception/goal.continue reading

A Kind Heart & A Dream

A Kind Heart & A Dream

I’ve known my cousin Chemari almost all my life; back when our families were close, we spent summers and holidays fooling around together with our siblings and other cousins.… continue reading