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46 comments:

  1. Hi! I just found your blog around the net while searching for any write-ups about Mt. Timbak. I am also a newbie aspiring travel blogger, and on November I'll be on a solo trip to Baguio + sidetrip to Mt. Timbak. I just want to ask few tips from you regarding the climb. Do you think the trail to Mt. Timbak is safe for solo hikers? I heard you can't get a guide until you reach the school so I'm a little worried if the place is safe for female travelers. I hope to hear from you soon. I enjoy reading your blog posts especially those about mountaineering & waterfalls. More power to your blog! :)

    You might also want to check on my blog at http://eatshootfly.blogspot.com :)

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    1. Hi Karen, Thanks for dropping by and for the wonderful comments about Geejay Travel Log.

      Regarding your question on Timbak, Yup I can say that it's pretty safe. Trails are wide and their quite obvious. There are also people around [mostly farmers] so percentage of getting lost is low. Just an advise, be careful not to step on their vegetable plots - It was one of the important thing told to us before we started trekking Mt. Timbak. =]

      Hey, I checked your blog and you have interesting posts. I added you on my reading list and became a follower of your blog.

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  2. Hi Geejay! Thanks for the reply. I will surely take note of your advice. Also, thanks for following my blog. I just started following yours as well. :)

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    1. Np Karen and thanks also for following back. Cheers!

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  3. Hi! You have an awesome travel blog right here. I'm gonna come back for more of your adventures! This blog inspires me to travel more and it actually made me realize that I am missing a lot of things in life. It's like, you're 24 and you have gone to a lot of places already while I am 24 too but have yet still a lot of places to go around. Keep it up!

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    1. I'm glad that I inspires you that way. Thank you for visiting my blog! :)

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  4. Hello Geejay,

    Its very nice. Our group is planning to scale this mountain just like you and we are all first timers (we also have girls amongst us). I would appreciate if you could send me a name or contact number whom we can reach to assist us with our climb. If you could also give us information as to how much the cost of the trip (fare, registration, etc).

    Hoping for your immediate response.

    Thank you very much. :))

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  5. Hi Nikko, you forgot to include which mountain you are referring to...

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    1. Oh sorry ! its Gulugod Baboy in Batanggas.

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    2. ahhh Gulugod Baboy. Ok, sorry but I dont have contacts there. We trekked on our own and didn't hired a guide. For the fare, kindly look at the bottom part of my blog post. I written it there. With regards to registration, I forgot to include its location but it is known in the place. Just ask the locals for you to find it easily. =]

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    3. its okay..thank you very much :)

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    4. np Nikko. Thank you as well for visiting my blog

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  6. hello "Geejay :)
    i just want to know if worth it to stay in little boracay for 15 days ?
    this will be my husband and i first time to visit that place ...
    is there a nice cheap hotel near in beach like walking distance ? im just confuse because some of my friends says that its not that developed well yet ....

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    1. Hi Nica. Are you referring to Boracay de Cavite? If yes, then on my opinion, 15 days is too much for staying in this place. I suggest go to other places in the Philippines. Travelling is fun and exciting :)

      There are rooms available within the vicinity of Boracay de Cavite. Unfortunately, I don't know what are their ratings.

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  7. -> hello there, just a new follower and so excited to read all your blogs ^_^ keep it up!!!

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    1. GV! Thanks for following and supporting my blog :)

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  8. Hello!my contact k b s boracay de cavite?hope to hear frm u,.tnx!

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    1. Sorry but i don't have any contact inside Boracay de Cavite

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  9. hello there .. ask q lng po f magpapareserve po muna s marine base b4 mkpgswimming? ttnx ..

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    1. Nope, Kailangan po is walk in lang. Wala din kasing contact number ang place na to kaya there's no way na makapagpareserve ang mga gustong pumunta

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  10. ngaallow po ba sa bora de cavite ng overnyt swimming? tska mganda po ba talga?

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    1. yup2 pwedeng pwede po ang overnight swimming... And yes maganda po at malinis ang tubig :)

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  11. Hi Geejay. My name is Chard. Actually, mahilig din ako magtravel alone. When I saw and read dis blog, parang gusto ko tuloy sumama sa next destination mo if ever given a chance. :)

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    1. Hehehe... pag kaya ko na po gumawa ng sariling lakad, try ko po magpost dito sa blog ko ng invitation. Madami dami na din kasi humihiling na kung pwede ba ko gumawa ng trip or event na pwede silang sumama :)

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  12. hello there geejay! nka note syo na closed ang boracay de cavite until May 16, 2014?? sad gus2 sna ng anak ko dun mag celebrate ng birthday nya this May 10? alam u ba ang reason bakit cla close?? thanks...:)

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    1. Sorry pero di ko po naitanong. Pero last time na nag close sila is due to BALIKATAN forces.

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  13. hey..hi..ask ko lang..hanggang May 16 lang naman close right..?May 17 ok na sya puntahan..?may contact number ka ba dun sa resort..?we're planing na mag pico at may 16 then side trip ng may 17..thanks..

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    1. Based on their advisory close sila until the 16th so dapat po on the 17th is back to operation na po ulit. Ayun po

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  14. Hi Geejay my contact number k b dun s resort? Because end of this month my family and i would like to go there and enjoy the summer vacation:-) hoping for your reply asap... thanks

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    1. Hi Raven. What resort are you referring to?

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  15. Hi Geejay Gelogo i'm referring to the beach resort in cavite near in batangas?

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    1. You mean Boracay de Cavite? Sorry but I dont have their contact number.

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  16. Hello po kailangan ko ng tulong :)
    bibisita na po yung foreigner boyfriend ko soon,
    pa recommend naman po ng places na pwede ko siyang dalin, preferably nasa Manila or malapit sa Manila

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    1. Kung within the Metro, I suggest itour mo siya sa Intramuros. Bukod sa mura, maganda at rich in Filipino culture pa yung lugar. If he's into beach naman nandyan ang Batangas :)

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  17. Hi, Geejay....
    tanong lang po kung saan po kayo nag stay sa cebu?

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    1. Hi there! We stayed at Robe's Pension House during our stay in Cebu.

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  18. wow. will u include me in your next trip? lol. got inspired by ur blog. sana may vlog din :)

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    1. I still haven't planned my next trip yet... I've been busy collecting legos now hehehe... vlog? hmmm sounds interesting. :)

      Anyway, thanks anon for dropping by!

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  19. hi and hello....wink wink...... keep safe everyday....

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  20. Hi po.. im an avid fan of ur blog.. really! actually i made one few days ago,.i was just fascinated with the photos.. what camera and editor u are using po?and do have any contact in oslob cebu where we can stay at a cheaper price? thanks po.. Godbless!

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    1. I am using Canon 40 and 70d as a tool.

      Sorry but we didn't stay in oslob kasi sa city na kami nag stay.

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