ViaJista Hamilo Coast Adventure

Its been a while since Viajista went for a ride. Our last ride was in Majayjay, Laguna on the month of April this year. Balikan lang.

In front of Kaybiang Tunnel along the Ternate-Nasugbu Highway
At Patungan Fisherman’s Village 
ready for some relaxing night on a deserted island
the morning after, no zombie attacks after all hehe


Then after several months of planning haha! We finally decided to hit the road again, this time to the beautiful Hamilo Coast in Nasugbu, Batangas. Actually, we’re on the other side of the coast as you could see on the photo below 😛

dun kami sa kabilang ibayo ng Hamilo Coast hehe

No lights, no people! Just the six of us, the empelayts and the white sand bitch beach! Watching the stars that night is like I logon at where its also glittery.


good thing we found this enchanting portion of the beach where the sun rays was blocked, no sunburn at all

Another great thing is that we have a new member on board a spanking new Sniper MX in the person of Kevin, whom I know since birth hehe.

L-R Kevin, Gani, Geri, Roderick, Eric and Jay-R. At the back is Taal Volcano

Our route is a loop starting from Shell C5 – Domestic Airport – Las Pinas – Bacoor – Kawit – Naic – Nasugbu-Ternate Highway (got flat tire, buti na lang me naligaw na vulcanizing shop at Patungan Fishing Village) – Hamilo Coast (sa kabila hehe). 96 kilometers reading on my odometer


Mini South Loop

Going Home – Hamilo Coast – Nasugbu-Ternate Highway – Nasugbu Town – Tagaytay Nasugbu Highway (parang me magnetic road ako naramdaman dito hehe) Tagaytay – Santa Rosa Tagaytay Road – Sta Rosa – Binan Maharlika Highway – San Pedro – Muntinlupa – Paranaque – Taguig – Bicutan – Pasig – Taytay – Anonas – Base (napahaba yung daan namin pauwi tapos pulos trapik pa kaya antagal inabot ng biyahe) 163 kilometers reading on my odometer




2.2 ltrs Shell C5

2 ltrs Caltex Tagaytay Sta Rosa Highway

1 liter RePhil Cainta

5.2 liters total gas


96 + 163 = 259 Total Kms


259/5.2 = 49.80 km/l average gas consumtion


and lastly, our video, enjoy watching! 😆


Revisiting Manila Zoo

chief sk and mali

Last Saturday (February 16, 2013) was a indeed very fine day to shoot! I even post on my facebook status that it was “A lovely day to shoot animals!!! But of course not with  a gun but with a camera hehe. So off we go to the Zoo!!!

It was a day of bonding with my kiddo Sean Kirk (Chief Junior), photowalk with the famous PnSers Camera Club and Paranaque Photography Team and lastly, revisiting Manila Zoo. Apparently, the last time I went here was during my high school days. I can’t believe that Mali (d’elephant) was the same baby elephant I saw before. You can see Mali as easy back ground back ground check on the first photo. Sean Kirk even suggest that Mali be given lots and lots of lotion for her dry skin haha!

chief junior

sean and dad at the zoo

Pinoy Drift Trikes shown on Matanglawin

To those who missed it on television, I’m blogging and bragging our segment/story video on Matanglawin which was aired yesterday, October 14, 2012.



Television is such a big exposure in making drift trikes popular, and I congratulate the whole staff of Matanglawin specially to Charizze and of course to the main man of Matanglawin no other than Kuya Kim for doing a great job in making our episode such an eye candy to the televiewers and sports fanatics. Our Facebook fanpage (Pinoy Drift Trikes) received numerous LIKES and were flooded with such wonderful comments from those who’ve watched it! Cool! 😀


I was hoping that sponsorships will soon follow. Energy drinks like Red Bull, Cobra, Gatorade, Rockstar and the likes, or maybe from gears and helmets too like Spyder, LS2, Rudy Project, Oakley and Fox, as we plan to have some drift trike competition in the near future. 😀