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Pico Sands Hotel is the newest hotel partner of global environmental solutions-provider World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). A tropical contemporary hotel located within Pico de Loro Cove, the premier sustainable residential community of Hamilo Coast in Nasugbu, Batangas. Pico Sands Hotel is the latest supporter...

After our whole day habal-habal adventure to the Tinuy-an Falls and Enchanted River, we all felt that we needed a lazy day at an isolated beach. “Cagwait...

It was at noontime when me and my friends left Tinuy-an Falls to head to the Enchanted River in the small but resilient fishing town of Hinatuan, Surigao...

I live and work in the northern and central part of Mindanao. What I know of the eastern side of the island was that it is always at the frontline of...

For those in the know, Puerto Galera’s White Beach in Oriental Mindoro is no tropical paradise – in fact, parts of it (i.e. the middle portion, where...

Who was it who said that the only thing permanent in this world is change? Yeah, yeah… you may want to go pilosopo and argue against that point; but...

The island of Siquijor in Central Visayas has always mystified me as a kid because of a memory of one Halloween special of a weekend TV show that showed...

An oft-repeated adage is the need not to lose sight of the forest for the trees (a different take at “Don’t lose sight of the big picture”) –...

As a development worker for years in the far-flung indigenous communities in the Mindanao mountains, finding nature just right outside one’s doorstep...

In 2002, some P1 million was invested to establish Nurture Spa Village at Pulong Sagingan, Barangay Maitim II, Tagaytay City as a “personal haven, as...