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Ariel Alexis
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Scorpio, writer, traveler, blogger, photography buff, netizen
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Savoring Sarangani’s Super Treats (Part 2)
Summer
is long gone. Yet I couldn’t shake off the overpowering urge to hit the road
and explore some of Mindanao’s lovely yet lesser known destinations. This urge
to gad about—probably second nature to us who live in an archipelago blessed
with natural wond...

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Savoring Samal’s Surreal Sceneries (Part 3)
Spending
time with kith and kin is fast becoming a once-in-a-blue-moon affair for many
people these days. Most often than not, the busy lives that many of us lead make
it difficult to be with those who mean the most to us. Life
on the fast lane keeps us occ...

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Balmed by Bali-Bali Beach Resort
Balmed. That’s what Bali-Bali did to me one
balmy weekend. Like my favorite beer, the swanky hideaway in the
Island Garden City of Samal (IGaCoS), or simply Samal to most locals, soothed
my heart, mind and soul, getting me intoxicated by its sheer beauty, s...

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Balmed by Bali-Bali Beach Resort
Balmed. That’s what Bali-Bali did to me one
balmy weekend. Like my favorite beer, the swanky hideaway in the
Island Garden City of Samal (IGaCoS), or simply Samal to most locals, soothed
my heart, mind and soul, getting me intoxicated by its sheer beauty, s...

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Taken with Tagum City (Part 3)
There’s
a kind of rush pervading Tagum City these days. Whether you’re having a
conversation with some locals in one of its malls or watching the
construction of new buildings and landmarks along the highway, it’s clear that
the so-called “City of Palm Tree...

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Mystified by Malagos’ Resorts (Part 2)
A few months ago, Chris, a nephew of mine from the US (yep, he’s a certified
“foreign-oy” whose mom happens to be my first cousin on the maternal side)
visited Davao to reconnect with his Pinoy roots. Although it’s his second trip
to the country, it was his...

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Taken with Tagum City (Part 3)
There’s
a kind of rush pervading Tagum City these days. Whether you’re having a
conversation with some locals in one of its malls or watching the
construction of new buildings and landmarks along the highway, it’s clear that
the so-called “City of Palm Tree...

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