Ironwulf En Route - The Philippines Travel and Photography Blog » Travel http://www.ironwulf.net Adventure Travel and Photography in the Philippines and Beyond Fri, 26 Jun 2015 09:40:47 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Ironwulf En Route 2012 Travels Chronicle http://www.ironwulf.net/2012/12/31/ironwulf-en-route-2012-travels-chronicle/ http://www.ironwulf.net/2012/12/31/ironwulf-en-route-2012-travels-chronicle/#comments Sun, 30 Dec 2012 16:10:06 +0000 http://www.ironwulf.net/?p=7320 We travel the universe every year whether we are aware of it or not. The Earth just made its annual trip around the sun and we were there for the ride. Three hundred and sixty-five days may not be enough time for most of us to circumnavigate the globe but it is enough time to look back how far we've traveled. As the year ends, lets take a look back at Ironwulf En Route 2012 travels.

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Dawn breaking at Noa Noa Island

Dawn breaking at Noa Noa Island. Photo print available at 500px and SmugMug

Living on Earth is expensive, but it does include a free trip around the sun every year. –

~ Unknown

We travel the universe every year whether we are aware of it or not. The Earth just made its annual trip around the sun and we were there for the ride. Three hundred and sixty-five days may not be enough time for most of us to circumnavigate the globe but it is enough time to look back how far we’ve traveled. As the year ends, lets take a look back at Ironwulf En Route 2012 travels.

2012 Not the End of Wandering

Despite the doomsday scenarios widely predicted for the end of the year. I still managed to enjoy traveling in 2012 with a good mix of work and leisure exploration. I am very thankful for the blessing of being able to move around this year.

The Grand Mosque at Cotabato City

The Grand Mosque at Cotabato City

Monthly Travel Recap

Early week of January finds me traveling to Cotabato City for an assignment Mabuhay Magazine. It was an eye-opener journey for a place much maligned by media and general reputation.

Sunset at Pandan beach Antique

Sunset at Pandan beach Antique

Another assignment for Mabuhay Magazine led me to discover the wonderful province of Antique in February. The country’s cleanest river, Bugang River and Tibao’s Bugtong Bato falls were the highlights of my trip.

Chasing sea turtles at Perhentian Islands

Chasing sea turtles at Perhentian Islands

March sent me flying to the north-eastern coast of Malaysia to discover the pristine waters of Perhentian Islands in Terengganu State. Probably one of my favorite islands right now in Southeast Asia. AirAsia Philippines also gave us a brief trip to Davao this month.

The Torongan Hills and Cliffs of Itbayat, Batanes

The Torongan Hills and Cliffs of Itbayat, Batanes

April was event-filled. We manage to do another Backpack Photography Tour in Batanes covering all three islands. I also got back to Puerto Princesa Palawan as a volunteer for World Vision and was able to meet my sponsored child.

Colorful murals at Melaka Riverside

Colorful murals at Melaka Riverside

An invitation for Melaka Malaysia came and gave me a chance to revisit this colorful heritage city again. I also had a few days of bingeing in Angeles City for a commissioned story for JetStar Asia magazine. Yep, May was all about food.

Karl Grobl with his Photo Tour Group at Kiltepan Sagada

Karl Grobl with his Photo Tour Group at Kiltepan Sagada

For June, I was again fortunate enough to take another group of photographer for a photo tour with Karl Grobl this year for the northern parts of Luzon. It’s always fun to meet photographers from different parts of the globe.

A Dumagat mother and child from Maconacon Isabela

A Dumagat mother and child from Maconacon Isabela

It’s always nice to go back to my favorite places and one such place is Imugan in Nueva Vizcaya last July. Things haven’t changed much which is good. Also, we finally had the chance to explore the coastal Isabela provinces of Maconacon and Divilacan.

The changing hues of Lake Linow in Tomohon, North Sulawesi

The changing hues of Lake Linow in Tomohon, North Sulawesi

August was another assignment month for Mabuhay Magazine and this time we explored North Sulawesi. It was my first trip to Indonesia and a fitting introduction to the country. I spent a few days in a cheap hotel Jakarta had to offer that saved me a lot on my travel budget. Jakarta filled with exciting nightlife and vibrant shopping areas. It is also the center and melting pot of Indonesian culture which might be the thing for everyone to enjoy Jakarta.

Mystifying Borodubur in Central Java, Indonesia

Mystifying Borodubur in Central Java, Indonesia

I have to treat myself for my birthday month of September and traveled to Indonesia once again. This time I visited Central Java particularly for the UNESCO Heritage site of Borobudur.

The panag-apoy festival in Sagada

The panag-apoy festival in Sagada

October finds me in Dumaguete after 4 years. A lot has changed from this province like the new mall from the same company GoHotels. Another place that I never got tired of returning to is Sagada. Finally I was able to shoot the Panag-apoy again after 7 years.

The guesthouse at Noa Noa Island

The guesthouse at Noa Noa Island

November was a month of transition. It was a major decision for me to accept a job in El Nido but before that, I accepted a project in Taytay Palawan where I stayed for at least 2 weeks. I stayed in Noa Noa Island for 11-days enjoying its protected reef and well-thought out development on this private island.

El Nido town early in the morning

El Nido town early in the morning

Relocating isn’t always easy. The deal with my new work is that I have to take care of my own accommodation. El Nido may be one of my favorite places the Philippines but finding a home to stay here was a challenge especially when I’m competing with foreigners who could certainly pay more than I can. I almost lost hope and just want to drop everything and go home but I stayed patient and found a nice place to stay in. The whole December I am in El Nido Palawan. Except for the Christmas holiday when I was able to go home to Manila for a few days.

My posterity shot at Noa Noa Island

My posterity shot at Noa Noa Island

New Year New Beginnings

I know my travel life in 2013 won’t be the same especially now that I’m living in this remote place in Palawan. But I think I deserve to settle down for a while and actually live in a destination aside from staying in one for a few days. I would be away from the opportunities offered by PRs and other companies, the travel blogging scene in Manila and other “perks” but I think I can live with that. I’m still not sure how long I’ll be here at this time but I’m willing to explore the opportunities this place has to offer.

I’m expecting that 2013 would present big challenges but I’m ready to face them. Let’s welcome 2013 in a positive light. I’m wishing everyone (especially you dear reader) a blessed and prosperous 2013!

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Ironwulf En Route Travel Chronicles 2011 http://www.ironwulf.net/2011/12/30/ironwulf-en-route-travel-chronicles-2011/ http://www.ironwulf.net/2011/12/30/ironwulf-en-route-travel-chronicles-2011/#comments Fri, 30 Dec 2011 00:00:16 +0000 http://www.ironwulf.net/?p=6264 “Travel is glamorous only in retrospect.” - Paul Theroux

Can’t agree more with the author I thoroughly enjoy reading a lot from lately. People are quick to say how great and envious they are hearing about my travels to a certain place, probably thinking how glamorous it could have been. But it’s only half the story. Though I had a few trips this year where I was spoiled and pampered, most of my personal trips aren’t all that pretty. Long bus rides, unexpected obstacles and crummy weather were part of my personal journeys in 2011. I’m not complaining though, a little discomfort here and bumps there remind me I’m in the real world as a “traveller”.

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Sunset by the Irrawady River at Sagaing

Sunset by the Irrawady River at Sagaing

“Travel is glamorous only in retrospect.” – Paul Theroux

Can’t agree more with the author I thoroughly enjoy reading a lot from lately. People are quick to say how great and envious they are hearing about my travels to a certain place, probably thinking how glamorous it could have been. But it’s only half the story. Though I had a few trips this year where I was spoiled and pampered, most of my personal trips aren’t all that pretty. Long bus rides, unexpected obstacles and crummy weather were part of my personal journeys in 2011. I’m not complaining though, a little discomfort here and bumps there remind me I’m in the real world as a “traveller”.

Candaba Wetlands

Candaba Wetlands

2011 started with a journey with my friends to Candaba Wetlands in Pampanga. While it was my first visit there, I can’t help to hear the common sentiments that the bird sanctuary is shrinking from development and land cultivation.

Nagsasa Cove Zambales

Nagsasa Cove Zambales

Like last year 2010, the North was the major focus of the first quarter, with Lakbay Norte happening in two sperate segments. We combed a good part of Northern Luzon and It garnered a wealth of materials that produced a number of posts for some time the first quarter. I did have some personal northern sojourns with friends like the beach escape in Nagsasa Cove and then joining a Columbia Trail Run in Baguio.

Bantakay Falls Quezon

Bantakay Falls Quezon

The 1st quarter is not all north though. I got to meet some Alamid Coffee Pickers at Mt Malarayat, Batangas and learned more about the world’s most expensive coffee joining ROX’s organized Alamid Coffee Trail hike. I also went back to my childhood province of Atimonan Quezon to explore and had a challenging hike to Bantakay Falls.

The fishing village of Claveria

The fishing village of Claveria

Lakbay Norte was a great way to discover some unexplored places in the north, one that caught my eye was the rock formations of Claveria that I had to go back with some friends before the Holy Week started. It was worth the return trip as we enjoyed exploring some falls and un-crowded beaches. As a side-trip, we detoured to Tuguegarao for some spelunking. Good Friday found me observing the Siete Palabras in Angeles Pampanga. It was one bloody experience.

Sundown at Boracay

Sundown at Boracay

Summer found me back in Boracay, courtesy of Smart to try out their LTE broadband. I was also finally able to step on the “Rock” island known as Corregidor which I described as our macabre version of Angkor Wat.

The Imbayah Festival of Banaue

The Imbayah Festival of Banaue

Mid this year, we also had our Backpack Photography Photo Adventure in Batad-Banaue-Bangaan. It was an exciting and fun tour with fellow enthusiast Photographer. It was the lone one for the year. We’ll make sure we have a lot more in 2012. Prior to that, I had to make a trip to Ifugao to prepare the tour logistics but was also able to experience the Imbayah Festival which only happens every 3 years.

Morning at Kiltepan Sagada

Morning at Kiltepan Sagada

This year, I was also able to assist international humanitarian photographer Karl Grobl as he brings the first Jim Cline Philippines Photo Tour where participants from different parts of the globe went around the Philippines for 2 weeks. I was their local guide and assistant photography mentor for their Baguio-Sagada-Vigan and Laoag segment. It was great meeting the participants and I also learned a lot in the process.

PNR Bicol Express

PNR Bicol Express

I finally got to ride the PNR Bicol Express on its inaugural run. It wasn’t a perfect run but still I was excited that we finally have our own provincial train working again.

The Superstar Virgo Cruise Ship

The Superstar Virgo Cruise Ship

3rd quarter found me embarking on my first Cruise Ship travel courtesy of AirPhil Express. It was their Fly and Sail Tour Package promotion – flying to Singapore then Sailing to Malaysia on board Superstar Virgo.

Tinuy-an Falls

Tinuy-an Falls

Noticing I’ve been a lot to the north, I ventured down to eastern Mindanao with fellow photographer friends from Backpack Photography. We visited the Eastern-most City of the Philippines, Bislig City from Butuan to Davao to explore the country’s widest waterfalls, Tinuy-an, and then chilling at Hagonoy Island.

Pongas Falls in Tap-ew, Sagada

Pongas Falls in Tap-ew, Sagada

It didn’t take months before I got back to Sagada for some leisure escape but it yielded to a discovery of Pongas Falls, part of the 7 Falls at Tap-ew, south of Sagada. It also didn’t take long when I found myself back in Malaysia courtesy of AirAsia Philippines this time where we got to know more of AirAsia, Asia’s largest budget airline. Along with that is an exciting tour at Sepang Malaysia.

Bagan Myanmar

Bagan Myanmar

Immediately when I got back, I travelled again after 2 days for what would be my major trip of the year, Myanmar. It’s been a long time since I travelled by myself and it was really an enriching experience on a place that have long been in my target destinations. I already started writing about the trip and will continue on early next year.

Taal Basilica Hall

Taal Basilica Hall

This was also the year we introduced SmugMug to the Philippines with fellow photographer and co-leader Tracey Heppner. We had our first photo walk to Taal Town which I wrote briefly on my other site.

Wrapping up the year, there’s a short day trip to Pampanga for the Ligligan Parul 2011 and also few shoot around Manila for Simbang Gabi. There are trips that I wasn’t able to fully write like our Family trip to Tagaytay and Laiya Batangas and also my trip to Dipolog/Dapitan and Bataan which were part of my Photography Lectures on some companies. I’m not sure if I’ll ever write them here.

The Author at Shwedagon

The Author at Shwedagon Pagoda

Now to cut it before it gets longer, I’m thankful for my 2011 travels. Thank you to the companies who had sponsored some trips to experience what they have to offer. To the publications I worked with for trusting in my work. I thank my friends who joined me on my travels and also the new people I met on the road that made some trips real memorable. And I thank you dear readers for keeping it here and visiting, allowing a portion of your precious time to accept what I have to share.

As for 2012? I don’t have any major travels planned at the moment. Definitely I would travel throughout the year again but partly due to the work that I do. Personal travels? Who knows where? My blog is nearing its 1000th post and this year also made me think of the direction it would head. My attitude for my blog right now is seeing how things would pan out.  The format of course would remain the same. I am more inclined on reading blogs with stories and adventure so I do mostly that for my blog too. I treat this blog like a cherished book from my favourite authors I enjoy reading again and again. Treating each posts like a chapter , slowly unravelling until the end. I might not write as powerful as Paul Theroux’s masterpieces or as imaginary as Murakami’s narratives but I treat each travel  like a novel, no matter the destination or the duration it may be.  The journey doesn’t always have to be as awesome as a far flung place on the other side of the world. Hey, if Pico Iyer could write a captivating short story about a 7-11 in a street corner, why can’t we?

And with this, I would like to wish everyone a blessed and prosperous 2012!

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Eleven days in Singapore Chronicles Summary http://www.ironwulf.net/2010/05/08/eleven-days-in-singapore-chronicles-summary/ http://www.ironwulf.net/2010/05/08/eleven-days-in-singapore-chronicles-summary/#comments Fri, 07 May 2010 23:15:31 +0000 http://www.ironwulf.net/?p=3436 Eleven days in Singapore Chronicles Summary

Singapore is one expensive place to travel. Food is like SG$3-10 a pop and there are only a few choices for backpacking accommodations here and it's not actually cheap. But I do love the ease of their transportation system here that it's easy to find your way around the small country island by Bus or Train. And for such a small place there's a hodgepodge of things to do and places to visit, even if they may be artificially constructed or whatever earthly natural attraction is left of the country.

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Buddha Tooth Temple View

Singapore Houses and Buildings

Singapore is one expensive place to travel. Food is like SG$3-10 a pop and there are only a few choices for backpacking accommodations here and it’s not actually cheap. But I do love the ease of their transportation system here that it’s easy to find your way around the small country island by Bus or Train. And for such a small place there’s a hodgepodge of things to do and places to visit, even if they may be artificially constructed or whatever earthly natural attraction is left of the country.

Route: If there is one good reason why I would want to live in Singapore, it’s their transport system. It’s so convenient I’m sure an obsessive-compulsive would feel at home. Plotting a route on a small country like this isn’t really that necessary. My home base is from Geylang and from there I can go to different points around Singapore via their public transportation.

Itinerary
I really have no fixed itinerary during my stay in Singapore but I found that there are several things that I was able to visit places I wasn’t able to write about but I think these ones are the main highlights during my 11 day stay in Singapore (October 15-25, 2009)

Da y 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Day 6

Day 7

Day 8

Day 9

Day 10

Day 11

Happyfoodies Post:

Travel Budget: Like I said, Singapore is an expensive city to stay for a long time unlike other South East Asian Countries. But I was able to trim down my cost and only spend SG$ 336.85 (P10,964.07) for 11 days. Well there are several factors why I only spent so little

  • My airfare was courtesy of Nuffnang for the Asia Pacific Blog Awards which I just asked the flight dates to be extended
  • I was staying at a friend’s place there so I didn’t have to spend on accommodations

So majority of my spending is on food and transportation averaging SG$ 20-30 per day

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Images of Cambulo http://www.ironwulf.net/2007/02/08/images-of-cambulo/ http://www.ironwulf.net/2007/02/08/images-of-cambulo/#comments Thu, 08 Feb 2007 05:30:02 +0000 http://www.ironwulf.net/2007/02/08/images-of-cambulo/ A village amidst the terraces

I didn't manage to go around the village that much since we only have a limited time. But I did manage to take a peek into their daily life. Let's take a look.

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A village amidst the terraces

A village amidst the terraces

I didn’t manage to go around the village that much since we only have a limited time. But I did manage to take a peek into their daily life. Let’s take a look.

An ifugao kid

An Ifugao kid

What I like about this village is that it isn’t commercialized or touristy. Unlike Batad, the kids here don’t ask you fo money or candies whenever you pass by. I hope it stays that way.

Playing Chinese Garter

Playing Chinese Garter

At the age of technology, it’s refreshing to see kids play outdoor games like this. Kids nowadays spend too much time with computer games and consoles. In Manila I rarely see kids playing tags, Chinese garter, tumbang preso, langit lupa etc.

Pounding Rice

Pounding Rice

Harvesting rice is the main livelihood of these people. Also they have to make rice for themselves.

Faithful Dog

Faithful Dog

A constant human companion. A dog guarding the firewoods.

Peeking through the back

Peeking through the back

These people have beautiful almond eyes. And this kid was too shy to show it.

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The Rockies revealed http://www.ironwulf.net/2006/09/17/the-rockies-revealed/ http://www.ironwulf.net/2006/09/17/the-rockies-revealed/#comments Sun, 17 Sep 2006 12:28:00 +0000 http://ironwulf.net/?p=346 Enjoying the Rockies

I never thought that I’ll be back in Mt. Maculot so soon. But since I promised an old climbing buddy I haven’t seen for some time that I’ll take him here after seeing my previous post on Mt. Maculot, I scheduled our climb. Thanks to Cruise for inviting me here the first time around, it greatly added to my logistics of the area. Same as what we did, we went on a night trek, but the fun came much later as 2 new friends were added to our list during our climb.

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Enjoying the Rockies

Enjoying the Rockies

I never thought that I’ll be back in Mt. Maculot so soon. But since I promised an old climbing buddy I haven’t seen for some time that I’ll take him here after seeing my previous post on Mt. Maculot, I scheduled our climb. Thanks to Cruise for inviting me here the first time around, it greatly added to my logistics of the area. Same as what we did, we went on a night trek, but the fun came much later as 2 new friends were added to our list during our climb.

A view at Taal Lake

A view at Taal Lake

It was night when we started our climb. We noticed another couple of girls climbing on their own that night. We were on the same bus actually but didn’t bother them since we thought they were just following up a group. We headed out first but since there were a group of drunks on one of the houses and they were igniting some firecrackers we decided to wait for them, as they might get scared and it would be safer to climb in more numbers. That’s where we met R and C. Which turned out to be a small world because my friend has a common friend with R we were all in the field of Fine Arts. C on the other hand recently gone back to climbing. She climbed Maculot 2 years ago and decided to bring her friend C. She noticed how the mountain has changed and good thing I just came here recently and we didn’t get lost.

There were a number of campers at the summit but we were able to find a good spot on our own. It rained that night but we were able to share our food at dinner. Afterwards my friend and I went around the campsites and stayed at 7-11 for a while. We had a very interesting chat that night.

A morning dew

Morning Dew

Next morning I thought I won’t be able to see the Rockies again but shortly after preparing our breakfast the fog lifted! After packing up our stuffs, the 4 of us excitedly headed to the Rockies and I was glad to be finally able to see the view. It was really fun and there were moments that the fog would pass by but at times it lifts up. And we were able to have a fun shoot for our Hershy’s Photo Contest entries.

A wandering centipede

A wandering centipede

I think it was around 11am when we went down. I treated the guys Halo-Halo at the famed 7-11 as a belated birthday treat from me. Turns out C also recently had her Bday as well and both our companions, C and B recently had bdays last August on consecutive days and we were amused at the coincidences.

Anyways, this was a fun climb as we acquired new friends in the process and I’m glad I was able to see the Rockies this time around.

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Sagada revisited final: Still a Shangri-la http://www.ironwulf.net/2005/11/14/sagada-revisited-final-still-a-shangri-la/ http://www.ironwulf.net/2005/11/14/sagada-revisited-final-still-a-shangri-la/#comments Mon, 14 Nov 2005 05:12:14 +0000 http://ironwulf.net/?p=255 Pine Forest

Three nights have passed and just when it has begun, we realize we are about to leave. You'll never get dull in this place as there are more to do and discover. I could have stayed longer but work beckons. I would gladly like to walk more on the pine forest and feel the cool fresh breeze. Or just lie down on the grass by the church and read a good book. Watch the glorious sunrise on a cool windy morning at Kiltepan or the scenic sunset while having a picnic at Lake Danom (Lake Bana-ao to those who live in Besao). Or further more discover more hidden secrets Sagada holds. We were conversing with some elders at a store and found that beneath Sagada there are more cave systems waiting to be explored.

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Pine Forest

A walk into Sagada’s Pine Forest

Three nights have passed and just when it has begun, we realize we are about to leave. You’ll never get dull in this place as there are more to do and discover. I could have stayed longer but work beckons. I would gladly like to walk more on the pine forest and feel the cool fresh breeze. Or just lie down on the grass by the church and read a good book. Watch the glorious sunrise on a cool windy morning at Kiltepan or the scenic sunset while having a picnic at Lake Danom (Lake Bana-ao to those who live in Besao). Or further more discover more hidden secrets Sagada holds. We were conversing with some elders at a store and found that beneath Sagada there are more cave systems waiting to be explored.

Kiltepan View

Breathtaking view of Kiltepan

I will miss those cheap but full dishes (Chicken, vegetables and a large serving of Red Rice) at Sudimay, the vegetable rice at Shamrock Cafe, the Chicken barbecue with matching acoustic music at the new Bamboo Grill and those tasty Yogurt meals at Yogurt house. I regret having not bought a bottle of those Blueberry Rice Wine I was able to taste. Or to zip on the aroma of a mountain tea.

Yogurt House

Facade of the famous yogurt house

There is simplicity in Sagada that anyone can experience. I remember the first time I went there a few years ago, was the first time for me to actually travel on my own. But you’ll discover that you are never really alone, as like minds and people are there to help you out and can be good company as well while you stay. I really enjoyed it. But traveling with friends can be a memorable experience as well.

Lake Danom

Picnic Perfect at Lake Danom

So to those who want to experience the so called Shangri-la of the Cordilleras, I urge you to travel. Whether you will do a lonely planet (interestingly a lot of foreigners, especially Koreans were doing lonely planet at that time, a woman even), or a trip with your barkada, or better yet with your special someone, do it soon while Sagada is still a Shangri-la. And hopefully it will for a long time.

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Tuguegarao Exploration http://www.ironwulf.net/2004/12/13/tuguegarao-exploration/ http://www.ironwulf.net/2004/12/13/tuguegarao-exploration/#comments Mon, 13 Dec 2004 00:53:35 +0000 http://ironwulf.net/archives/2004/12/181 Found a bit of time for some internet here in the north of Luzon, Tuguegarao. Doing fine here, and the past few days have been exciting. Will be back in a couple of days. Just checked my mail and will be rolling in a while. See you guys in a few days…

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Found a bit of time for some internet here in the north of Luzon, Tuguegarao. Doing fine here, and the past few days have been exciting. Will be back in a couple of days. Just checked my mail and will be rolling in a while. See you guys in a few days…

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