Les Miserables, The Theater Solaire
Whenever I hear "Tagaytay", I am always reminded of cold weather and Christmas. Every year, my family and I spend Christmas in this place, hence I can easily say I know this place by heart. Tagaytay is located in southern Luzon. It offers good view of Taal, a perfectly cone-shaped volcano which draws thousands of … Continue reading Easter-ing in Tagaytay
WHAT AM I HERE FOR? I am pretty certain each and everyone of us have asked the question at some point. Maybe a death of a family member, broken relationships or financial hurdles trigger you to think and re-think your purpose in life. It is rather unfortunate that only circumstances that make us hit rock-bottom … Continue reading What Are We Here For?
I'm doing fine now. I barely think of you these days but when I do, I would still smile sheepishly the same way when we met. Our story is unique in so many ways. The most dreaded Meet the Parents came first even before we were formally introduced. It was in a party, remember? We … Continue reading An Open Letter to my “What If” Guy
For morning run and sunrise For good coffee To catch-up on my readings
As we all usher in the new year, I find it appropriate to look back and see how the last 365 days have molded and changed me. Personally, I believe 2015 is a good year. Sure, it has its fair share of bumps but in hindsight, these do not outweigh the learnings I would be … Continue reading What 2015 Taught Me..
I have read only a handful of non-fiction books. Some of them are biographies, some are books on finance and all other sort of do-it-yourself stuff. I enjoyed most of them, particularly the biographies so when I chanced upon The Boys in the Boat I had an immediate interest to it. This talks about nine … Continue reading The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown
Holding hands by the beach. Starfish Island You know why the ocean is blue? It's because it is a reflection of the sky. Don't go underground unless your imagination is all geared. Imagine waking up to this. Dos Palmas Resort. The only acceptable foursome. Sun. Sand. Beach. Me. To my mind, the greatest reward and … Continue reading Puerto Princesa, Palawan through my Lens
For some strange reasons, I have great fascination in trains. I enjoy sitting by the window and watch as it passes by houses, people and fields. Learning I could do a day trip to Busan is my queue to hop on their bullet train. While Japan has Japan Rail Express Korea takes pride of their … Continue reading Meandering in Korea (Day 4)
One thing I have learned is there is not much gain from being stationary in one place for a long time so after having spent my two days in downtown Seoul, I decided to do a daytrip to Suwon and visited the Korean Folk Village. Korean Folk Village. Situated in 243-acre lot, Korean Folk Village … Continue reading Meandering in Korea (Day 3)