Monthly Archives: March 2018

Sorsogon (City) Zero Kilometer Marker

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Vew of Magsaysay St. From Coffee Cat, circa Feb’18

I went for a cup of coffee at Coffee Cat and decided to stay outdoor to enjoy the view of Magsaysay St. So I took pictures just to document the place.

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History and nature at the tip of Bicol

SORSOGON CITY — Located at the tip of Bicol Peninsula and serving as the region’s gateway to the Visayas and Mindanao, Sorsogon province is known for its rich history, natural scenery and a rich culture of mixed Bicolano and Visayan … Continue reading

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Hamos, Taraguan?!

This week is a full moon. And while looking at the sky, I reminisced the time that we would go around in the neighborhood gathering friends to join tagu-taguan. When I was in elementary, I could stay until 7pm playing … Continue reading

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From Velasco, to Jane’s, to…

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Sojourning in Sorsogon: The seductions of six natural attractions

By  Celine Reyes / Photos by Dennis Murillo & Tophee Marquez  –  January 7, 2018 The Bicol region’s allure is more than just its spicy food and the Mayon Volcano.From ridges to reefs, summits to seas, the province of Sorsogon has … Continue reading

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