Team Tramp

Tramp (n.) a long-term homeless person who travels from place to place as a vagrant, traditionally walking all-year round.

In my case, we aren’t homeless but we choose to travel regularly from place to place, never getting tired of exploring something new. Just choose the right group of people when traveling. Be with like-minded and passionate people. Open yourself to the world.


Baler, Dreaming.

I listened to the lullaby
pulling back and forth,
questions crash against 
my heartbeat and the sand.

Something still holds me 
in place - as I am tasked
to leave the hour, golden
in its wake. 

This morning, my thoughts
are the sea, as the feel of salt
stings when I let it wash over me
whole - without a fight.

I did drown there for a while
in the sound 

and each breath named a rock
like  a wayward memory
finding its way back to me.

If only I could shout 
until my lungs are emptied 
of bottles;

 though my messages stay
 and everything else left
 in resolve of daybreak. 




Seeing a lot of free animals in a place just proves that the environment around them are harmless. Totally enjoyed seeing them around the places in Baler that I’ve been to.

This just proves that you don’t need to go to a zoo to see beautiful creatures. You just have to explore your surroundings to see one. Plus seeing them without being tied or trapped in a cage is much visually pleasing


Mysteries of Aurora

There will be a time in our lives that we’ll meet someone who will give us the best feeling in the world. But just like all stories, they will end up leaving us. So if you think you’re experiencing the worst right now, you aren’t. Just think that there will be new people who will come into our lives, and do your best for them to stay there… forever.


Diguisit Beach

When I visited Baler, Aurora a few weeks back, I just focused the tour on the coastlines/beaches of Baler. So expect posts from my trip here focusing mainly the beaches, but also expect some greens, and subjects on land.

First stop is the Diguisit Beach which is near the Dicasalarin Point. In this part of the beach, you can expect lots of rock formations that you can enjoy with backdrops of waves and islands. You can also see the lighthouse up in the mountains from below. Definitely a part of Baler that you shouldn’t miss.

You can go here by taking a tricycle from the Bayan in Baler and ask them to drop you here. Watch for my next post in the coming days! Enjoy Baler!

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