Well, I was supposed to chase some waterfalls in Pagadian City but my Aunt Carmelita had other plans for that day. She suggested that we go to a lakeside resort somewhere south of the city. The past three days had been very hectic as I was intently crossing out those items in my list. So, it really was a delightful time as it relaxed me. They just allowed me to chill out, enjoying the tranquil Lake Leonard Wood and the Alindahaw Lakeside Resort. Ah! Those precious, priceless moments off my busy schedule were heavenly-sent! Thanks to Auntie Carmelita! Alindahaw Lakeside Resort is nestled on theRead More →

The Province of Zamboanga del Sur is a small piece in the bigger and former Spanish colonial era Zamboanga province. The latter originally encompassed the whole of the present-day Zamboanga Peninsula Region and the provinces of Basilan, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi. Pursuant to the provisions of Act No. 83 or The Provincial Government Act of 1901, the Philippine Commission implemented a national political reorganization. In accordance with Act No. 787 approved on June 1, 1903 and made effective on July 15, 1903, the Moro Province was created out of Mindanao. It excluded provinces of Surigao and Misamis which were previously created under Act No. 127 andRead More →

Location: Upper Pulacan, Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur Types: Fan horsetail, Cascade Because of what transpired in Zamboanga City the past days, a heightened alert status in the coastal towns of Zamboanga Peninsula Region was issued. And I was advised by Auntie Carmelita that instead of going to Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay, I have to go somewhere else. I volunteered that if there is a majestic waterfall that I can visit, then that must be it. Before lunch time, I and Moy Moy, Auntie Lita’s nephew, drove up north to visit a waterfalls right at the edge of the Pan-Philippine Highway and within the vicinity of theRead More →