All posts by Paw Jacinto

An aspiring professional writer. His blog is a diary of memorable travel experiences. And some other.

Hitch Nine: Dumaguete + Siquijor

An early summer treat to the beach is underrated. Everyday is an opportunity to enjoy the seas and see marine life. February, for example, is a good time to enjoy Dumaguete and Siquijor. Less crowd and fewer rush to get ahead a long line of thirsty tourists. For detailed expenses and itinerary, skip down at the end of this story. Continue reading Hitch Nine: Dumaguete + Siquijor


A Day in Binondo

The streets are mad with red! Chinese New Year in Binondo, Manila is an opportunity for traders to display and sell different Earth Dog items this season. And I grabbed the chance to take a quick stroll between the busy streets. My friends and I came around noon at Quiapo and roamed around Binondo. Here are some photos I took with my new gadget. Kung Hei Fat Choi! Continue reading A Day in Binondo

Work Goals: Kalinga – Tabuk and Pasil

If I was asked before to visit Tabuk, I’d probably had second thoughts. There’s not much of a good reputation to talk about. All I knew about the place was its primitive mountain dwellers decapitating heads for sport. When I got there, I asked the locals about it. They just told me not to go wandering outside after 7 PM. How creepy. Continue reading Work Goals: Kalinga – Tabuk and Pasil

Work Goals: Aurora

Once again we were privileged to travel for our work project. This time my new office partner and I were assigned to one of the most visited places in Luzon for its amazing beaches that offer a good challenge for novice surfers. Not only that but, it also exhibits natural and man-made marvels. Continue reading Work Goals: Aurora

Work Goals: Iloilo, Guimaras, Antique

What makes your everyday work thrilling? Don’t you find it amazing when you wake up, get ready for work and know that an awesome adventure awaits? Not behind a desk, no. But a privilege of traveling to different places. That’s what makes mine great. Our team develops and maintains information systems, and we are often given official business travels around the country to aid our satellite offices for IS development and implementation. This is one of those times. Continue reading Work Goals: Iloilo, Guimaras, Antique