"It's been seven years. Three years na akong delayed. Three years na tayong delayed. Lagpas MRR na 'to.", sabi ni Maja Salvador, sabay lakad palayo.
Four-day trip to Baguio CIty with my UPLB classmates. Note to self: A post to remind myself that no matter how cold the weather and how bumpy the road is, you should always keep on walking.
As a native Lucbanin, Pahiys Festival feels like a summer version of Christmastime to me. And who the heck gets used to the feeling of Christmas approaching? NO ONE.
I don't post political and serious issues in this blog, but after reading My Family's Slave two days ago, I found myself thinking about it so much that even when I was doing other things, my head is still filled with thoughts about the article. I have so many things I want to say, and I figure,... Continue Reading →
When you talk about Lucban, Quezon, people instantly think of one thing, and one thing only: Pahiyas Festival. But, since I'm a Lucbanin myself, I'll let you in on a little secret: Pahiyas isn't the only festival in Lucban.
Do you ever feel like you're too young to know what you really want in life yet old enough not to? That's how I feel at twenty-two.
I would write a long post about how and why you should go to Hulugan Falls in Luisiana, Laguna, but I figured there were enough travel blogs already for people to learn about it. So, instead, I would want to write about my friends and why it's ideal to be with your friends when going to Hulugan Falls. Here... Continue Reading →
Ever since it was first shown--and awarded Best Picture--in the recently-concluded Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) 2016, I have always wanted to watch Sunday Beauty Queen in cinemas but have not had the chance to do so since I was at home in the province and malls there would rather show better-earning films than better-quality ones. Hay..but that's another... Continue Reading →
Remember when Charlene Gonzales (Miss Universe-Philippines 1994) nailed that Q&A Portion when she was asked how many islands there are in the Philippines, and she wittily replied, "High tide or low tide?", before finally answering that there are 7,1017 islands during high tide and 7,108 island during low tide? Ever wonder where that one little island, which only comes out during low tide, is located?