#ProjectNegrosOccidental: Carbin Reef, Sagay City, Negros Occidental

Carbin Reef, one of the best place (for me) in Negros Occidental. So glad I stumbled on the awkward traveler‘s article of Carbin Reef, i have to be there before the year ends.

The Awkward Traveler

*This is part of my #ProjectNegrosOccidental series where I aim to visit all 32 towns and cities of Negros Occidental, my home province.

I was in second year high school when I last visited Carbin Reef, although I just live a few kilometers away. That was 15 years ago, before my brother was even born. Our entire batch went on a field trip to Carbin Reef. It was quite a memorable experience for all of us especially because we spent a night sleeping (or not sleeping) in the tower which had no walls. We didn’t have any tents so there was no camping that happened.

My classmates and yep, that was the tower where 50 or so of us spent a night. My classmates and yep, that was the tower where 50 or so of us spent a night. Photo courtesy of Florence Monterola.

Back then, there was some paperwork to be done before we could even step on Carbin Reef. My teacher assigned me to do it and…

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Where will you be?

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I was asked this morning, “where will i be in the next 5 years?”. I answered it with a smile and a joke that i will still be same old me without kids and more dogs.” Now i sit here, thinking about it…”where will i be indeed in the next 5 years?”  truly i can’t say…i live in the present and I’d want to take life  one step at a time, so i can appreciate every aspect of my human existence. I want to breathe the air in the early morn and see the sun rises radiantly in the eastern horizon. I want to feel the cool breeze at dusk and see the stars shining brightly in the dark skies. Life is short and i want to live today.

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#justmesaying #feelingkolangngayon #opinionsubjecttochange 🙂

In loving memory

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “In Loving Memory.”

Though she rest in the cold earth,

her smile shine like a bright light.

This is not the end but a beginning,

life is now eternal…everlastingly serene.

No need to shed tears, for she is in peace.

Walk now… move on…soon, you will see her again

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