My (super cool) Experience of Archery

Start by stretching towards the ceiling. I started out by learning the types of bows: Long Bow Recurve Bow Compound Bow Crossbow I was handed a recurve bow. I stared at it and realised I’ve never actually tried shooting a real arrow with a real bow.  The first few things I did in my 2 hour lesson […]

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In Danjugan, Day 1: Exploration of the Island (part 2)

Day 1 (again): Where was I? Oh, yeah… We reached our destination! Yay. We were assigned to drop our bags over at one of the tables before anything. I remember one of the first things that we were all told was about the eco toilet (which the place where you do the number 2). Btw, […]

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Day 1: Trip Going to Danjugan (part 1)

Day 01: I wake up at 5:00 am because the time to meet the Danjugan members and other kids going to the camp was around 6:30 am. I reached for my phone to check if I had any messages. Five. Five messages sent around the time of 3:00 – 4:30 am. I wondered who it […]

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Montag Living Museum: Bringing Back the Past

We traveled to the Motag Living Musem in Malay, Aklan, the Philippines on a very fine day. Today, you will go on a very special adventure with me back into the past. Ready? Yes. Yes, you are. Pricing | Opening and Closing Hours So before we start our trip, I should let you guys know […]

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Aurora Borealis

Aurora Borealis. Yes. The colorful lights in the sky. Just one of God’s many surprising creations. Aurora, such an alluring name, after all, it is latin for the Roman goddess of dawn and sunrise. But, aside from its name, there are so many fascinating facts about this greenish sometimes blue and red skylights. Did you know […]

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Dying Paradises of the Philippines

The Philippine waters are usually full of beautiful fish and colorful, live corals. Taking a look back it can change your views on a lot of things. You could have discovered a variety of different colors, shapes, and sizes. There were such a great amount of schools (of fish) you could see as you swam […]

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National Symbols of the Philippines

Let’s learn the national symbols of the Philippines. Yay. National Flower: The national flower of the Philippines is the Sampaguita. It’s mostly adorned for its simplicity and scent. If you smell it….. you’ll be amazed. This flower symbolizes purity, simplicity, and humility. When you have the chance to spot it, you will notice that it’s petals […]

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L.O.A.S.H’s Guide to (nearly) Everything: How to Predict the… FUTURE!

So, as said in the title, today I will be teaching you “How to Predict the… FUTURE!” with the help of prior knowledge. Oh, you know, predicting the future would just be extremely cool part to add to your skill set. Let’s start. To predict someone from saying or doing stuff or something that will happen, we […]

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Do Fish Feel Pain?

Would you still go fishing for fun if fish could scream in pain and cry? Would you still go fishing for fun if you knew fish could feel pain? I’ve come by quite a few articles mentioning that fish do not feel pain as they do not have enough brain power. Would you believe this?  […]

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La Vie Comme une Lyonnais

Pardon my french. Mon séjour d’un mois à Lyon a été superb! Le temps passe si vite. Je me sens comme il était juste hier quand j’ai d’abord acheté sur le marché. Ce marché va me manquer. J’ai tellement appris beaucoup. J’ai amélioré ma française et de parler avec les habitants va me manquer. Je l’ai déjà fait connaissance avec […]

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