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Bacolod in Less Than 6 Hours: 7 Tourist Spots to Visit

It has become a tradition for us to go on Visita Iglesia during Holy Week. We usually observe it in the churches of Laguna and Batangas since we are based in the South. Last year, however, we thought of holding it somewhere farther just for a change and to squeeze in...

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How the Masungi Georeserve Can Help You Move On

Travel bloggers often say that the Masungi Georeserve is perfect for beginner hikers, adventure seekers, and nature lovers. While I agree with that 100%, as an advocate for peace on hurt (and Earth), I believe that this protected leisure spot nestled in the tranquil...

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Exploring the Small But Incredible Bohol, Philippines

Bohol of me loves Bohol of you. <3 It’s been almost two years, but the blissful memories of our Bohol trip are still vivid in my mind. I can only think of two reasons why this particular trip has become one of the most unforgettable: (1) It happened during my 22nd...

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What Mt. Pinatubo Made Me Realize

I was in a disastrous state when I went to the once disastrous Mt. Pinatubo. My mind then was on the brink of exploding as I dealt with what I call pre-quarter life crisis. In fact, I almost backed out from the trip. But thank goodness I was surrounded by positive...

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Top 6 Reasons Why I Love Malabrigo, Lobo, Batangas

♫ Stones… Heavy like the love you’ve shown… ♫ I can’t help but sing to this song whenever I recount my trips to Malabrigo, Lobo, Batangas—a beach destination that is known for its, well, stony shores. Mabato s’ya. Parang ‘yung puso...

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Happy Three Friends at Kota Keluarga in San Juan, Batangas

It was in the middle of September when two of my high school besties and I—out of nowhere—thought of taking in some much-needed Vitamin Sea to lessen our stress brought about by work and school (does love life count?). We were searching for a near but nice beach...

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Touchdown!

You just landed on BrokenBiyahera.com. Mabuhay! Now that you have set your eyes on this site, here are the things that you can expect from and do for its owner, Broken Biyahera. Broken Biyahera, as her name suggests, is broken. Fragile. Aching. Crushed. In short, may...

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