Kagay-an

My father’s family (daresay, ancestors) have always been from this part of Northern Mindanao and although I was born in Davao City (where my mother’s side of the family is from), I have also spent several years in Cagayan de Oro City. Sadly, I never really quite explored it because I have always … [Read more...]

Young Geniuses

Aid workers are not only known as extensive travellers, they are also known for their creativity when the situation calls for it. Emergencies require it in order to come up with the craziest ideas; most especially when one does not have immediate access on the right resources and a natural disaster … [Read more...]

5 Things I Love About Sydney

Where was I? I know I was supposed to continue writing about my favorite place n Australia but I’m trying to remember how I ended it in my last article. Ah yes… Oh Sydney, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. 1. Have I mentioned how reliable the buses and trains are here? If I have in my last … [Read more...]

A Walk Around Sydney Town

In my bucket list, I removed Australia to make way for that Peruvian territory but like all other lists I have maintained in my life, I swerved away from it and ended up giving in to old qualms that do not really have any business of being there. But to my delight, I ended up booking a ticket to … [Read more...]

Geraldton: Aboriginal Australia’s Face

She says, “You can’t tell me there were no Stolen Generations. They took my mother and my four brothers and that feels like taking a lump of gold out of my pocket.” Australia was aboriginal long before the convict-carrying vessels came and this is something that many people these days neglect to … [Read more...]