Taken at: General Santos Airport in General Santos City, South Cotabato, Philippines

It was a tiring two days. I was excited to go home but our flight was delayed by 1.5 hours. However, I was taken aback by this beautiful runway view.

I just hope they develop this airport into something more efficient and more conducive to travelers.





Taken at: Digos-Makar Road in Malungon, Sarangani, Philippines

After our stint in Davao, we’re now making our way to General Santos City – a 3 hour drive away. It’s in another province and it’s quite overwhelming to make the journey.

Batu Caves

The 272 steps to the top may be daunting. But, fret not, it’s not as hard as it seems. For me. The steps are a little narrow and steep. So, if you have big feet, don’t expect that the balls of your feet will touch the steps.

When you get there, it’s a marvelous right. The main area is a cave with a  high vcaulted ceiling. There are more steps leading to an area with skylight. The design of the religious venues were so intricate. 

I was a little disappointed with the tourists. They were more entertained with feeding the monkeys than realizing the cultural significance of this cave.



Taken at: Seoul City Wall in Seoul, South Korea

As if one mountain was not enough, I added two more today. I decided to take on a different view of Seoul and walked (more like, hiked) along Seoul City Wall.

It was a hard battle but I was still able to come through with it!