Typhoon Odette and its Steamy Aftermath

Cebu was hit terribly with a super typhoon last Dec. 16. I wasn’t prepared. I knew there was news about it but it was already too late for me to have enough preparation. Electric, internet and water supply were cut. Several street posts and trees were down. I’d been seeing a lot of vehicles lining …

Page 14 – Reality

Weeks passed and I still hadn't gone out to school. My bruises were still visible. I don't know what's happening outside or if they were people looking for me. Will Jake look for me? Will my friends look for me? I don't even recognize what day it is every day. I just stayed here in …

Page 13 – Beaten and Bruised

I got back home and went immediately to my room, taking the things I bought out of the plastic bags and put them on my table. I texted Jake, saying that I was at home safely. He replied that it was a relief for him. I also asked him if he got back safe and …

Moalboal Madness

I have a lot of fond memories of this little wild town in the southern part of Cebu called Moalboal. My go-to place whenever I want to unwind, recharge and have peace of mind. Aside from a healthy marine life to dive into, good restaurants and bars also surround the area. Chili bar is the …

Sex on the Beach in Boracay

I consider Boracay as my happy place since I first visited in 2014, not just because of its beautiful beaches and breathtaking sunsets but also the island's wild side during the night. Boracay always gives me the best time, so I travel there every year to celebrate my birthday, pre-pandemic days. It was November 2018 …

How to Avoid Prostate Cancer

One time, I visited a good friend of mine. He’s a priest who's on stage 4 prostate cancer. After knocking on the door, I got inside. His brother was there. I greeted, “Good morning.” He replied, “Good morning. It’s you, Mike! Come in!” I responded, “Hi, Fred! It’s good to see you. How are you?” …

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