Christmas vacation was going to end soon, and although I didn’t have it since I was self-employed, I still pushed through my plans of going to Fantasy World and Bearseum, in Batangas and Cavite, respectively. There aren’t many activities to do inside, but you can unleash the child inside you and take pictures.
Whenever I am out to work or travel, I am always in a hunt for murals. They color the streets, transforming a plain wall to an artist’s playground. Some places such as Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Poblacion in Makati, and UP Town Mall in Katipunan have these. Like the aforementioned places, Eastwood shares some streetContinue reading “My Top 3 Favorite Murals in Eastwood”
I remember the first time I went to Enchanted Kingdom. I was in sixth grade with my schoolmates, wearing an orange long-sleeved shirt and pants, bringing nothing else but a small bag, my mom’s 3310, and my pocket money. The experience, along with the movies that I have watched, inspired many scenes in my novels.Continue reading “Living the Magic in Enchanted Kingdom”
I say glimpse because this is not even one-eighth of Manila. Sadly and honestly, I have a negative connotation of the city. Manila, crowded. Manila, pollution. Manila, pickpocketers. Manila, corruption. But I have grown to love my country not for its government but half for its people and wholly for the places it houses. DirectionsContinue reading “A Glimpse of the Busy Streets of Metro Manila: Paco Park and Lucky Chinatown”
Attachment has always been an issue to me. I have been afraid to interact with people, knowing our relationships will be short-lived. I have always thought that getting to know only a few people means hurting only a few people when I pass. Oo, advanced ako mag-isip. Patay agad. But quite recently, maybe two yearsContinue reading “We Put the Gay in Tagaytay: A Trip to Tagaytay Prime Residences, Sky Ranch, Dreamland Arts and Crafts Café, and Caffe Nativo”