THE EGONGOTS

An enlightenment I picked up somewhere for this covidlization: The World says "PANIC, PANIC EVERYTHING IS OUT OF CONTROL" The Buddhist says "Relax, relax, everything is out of control" ___ There is a healing process going on. Silent and painful. I have to look back at the Egongots. See if there is a sign of … Continue reading THE EGONGOTS

THIS MESSAGE WILL SELF DESTRUCT IN FIVE DAYS. PHILIPPINE TIME.

I'm taking the annual Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk (SKWWPW) in Paete, Laguna on Saturday, October 5, 2019. Photographers, street photographers, travel photographers, amateurs, pros, hobbyists, or simply looking around. If you are somewhere near, this is your chance to photowalk the place. Paete is a good place for photography. An artisan's realm. The Carving Capital … Continue reading THIS MESSAGE WILL SELF DESTRUCT IN FIVE DAYS. PHILIPPINE TIME.

P FOR PLAGIARIZED

Borongan is not very near. You need to travel across different languages to get there. For the Philippine Information Agency to simply copy-paste my notes about eatables I experienced in Borongan, is contemptible. Wednesday, Patch Salarzon, very eagle-eyed, alerted me about the PIA's lifting of some pieces from my decade old article Borongan Appetit! and … Continue reading P FOR PLAGIARIZED

I WALK TILL MY SOCKS SMELL LIKE DURIAN

Davao City doesn't smell of durian anymore. Unlike when I first set foot here two decades ago, the scent greets you even before you can get off the plane. And we had a hard time finding one in Bankerohan. The locals have conflicting views in this occurrence. A Mindanaoan colleague, Joel Medado, stumbled upon a … Continue reading I WALK TILL MY SOCKS SMELL LIKE DURIAN