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Team Building in Oslob with Steno!!

What month is it?!!! It’s TEAM BUILDING TIME!!!! and this time it will be in Oslob. *insert party emoticon here*

Everyone’s excited for the team building since it would be the best time for us to get relax from all the stress at work. Aside from that, we will be visiting a lot of ‘Tourist Spots’ in Oslob.


off to Tumalog Falls!

This is not my first time in Oslob since I’ve visited their most known tourist spot here which is the whale shark watching in Tan-awan and their Tumalog Falls last Summer. But this time, the team won’t pay a visit to whale shark watching since it’s quite expensive and we’re having a tight budget. So how did it go?

Alcoy again!

So I’ve been in a hiatus for like 2 months but apparently I’ve been on vacations or team building during those times. Procrastination just ate me alive. Now, I have realized that I need to post something on my blog or my monthly bill for my hosting package would be a waste of money. LOL JUST KIDDING BUT NO I AM SERIOUS.

Anyhow, last October, me and Neil went to Alcoy to freshen up. lol.


Eventually, there are no crucial things to share. Just us… enjoying the sand, sea and heat of the sun. lol. So let me just share the photos.

Top 5 things to do in Cebu for adventurers

Since I am currently on a hiatus right now due to work and personal agendas, I don’t have time yet to explore Cebu. Though I did plan with my family but since mom doesn’t want to go with me because of *insert mother instincts here* then I had no choice but to stay in the city, bored and unproductive. Of course I can do that on my own but laziness has taken over me. lol

Anyway, while I’m still ineffective right now, let’s talk about the 5 things you can do in Cebu during rainy days where you can’t beach bum and flaunt your bikinis or beach bodies. There are those things that you can still do especially for the adventurers! So what are they?


Ka-tingo Falls in Catmon, Cebu

I’ve wanted to visit the spectacular hot spring of Cebu for it is so rare to have like this here. Considering that there are no active volcanoes that are visible anywhere in Cebu, then it would really gives you the question ‘how?’ But since there was a 7.2 magnitude earthquake that shook Bohol and Cebu last October, the hot spring pool was damaged and was closed for the mean time.

However, it still didn’t stop my desire to try it out. I also just discovered that there’s also a not-so-known waterfalls below the spring and good thing that I have this kind of trip recently to visit all (though not really all) falls in Cebu province since beach bumming is sooooooo boring, then it made the place more interesting.

So together with Brian(my forever friend), Anot, and boyf (of course), off we go to explore Catmon!

Ka-tingo Falls

Ka-tingo Falls

Located in Catmon, northern province of Cebu, let’s visit Esoy Hot Spring and the amazing (not spiderman) Ka-tingo Falls.

Suicide Adventure in Budlaan River to Kabang Falls

Out of boredom, me and my good friend Karl decided to try something new aside from beaching this summer – trekking. I’ve done trekking in Osmena Peak, Kawasan Falls, and in Danasan already so we wanted to try this out as well. However, as I’ve read some blogs about it and how struggling it is to take the trail, it made us more excited as first timers. But little did we know that we’ll have this experience as one of our memorable and suicidal adventure.

Kabang Falls

Kabang Falls

Encounter with the Gentle Giants (Whale Shark) in Oslob

I’ve been planning ever since to try out the Whale Shark watching in Oslob, Cebu. If you’ll think about it, it would be so amazing to swim together with those super-mega-massive-sized whale, right? However, my mum really doesn’t want me to go there because she insisted that they are still animals and we will not know what they might do to us. But since I’m with my ‘laag’ buddy already then it’s fine with her. nyahehehe

But in spite of all the fun with this kind of experience, I still find it very distressing.

also known as 'Tuki'

also known as ‘Tuki’