Paris, a city that has everything. Both the good and the bad. A place that has remained relevant throughout the revolutions of centuries and technology. For the dreamers, the innocent, and the hopeful they would see this city as the ultimate melting pot of all things magical and beautiful but for the realist however,… Read More Ten things x Paris
1. Start your day by having ramen at Ichiran 2. Visit the Momofuku Ando Ramen Museum 3. Go on a sensory high and overload by walking along dotonburi and see the glico man 4. Eat all things happy, tasty, and undeniably garnished with high quality at the Isetan food hall by Osaka Station 5. Visit… Read More Ten things OSAKA
You are but an outsider in a foreign land. Thrilled, anxious, and hopeful all at the same time, should there ever be a stranger concoction of an emotion to exist. An adventurer, a traveller, an explorer, or a tired soul perhaps all seeking solace and comfort in different ways. One can only do so much… Read More Whimsical Destinations
When asked about one’s nationality by a foreigner, a Filipino would typically answer upfront that he or she is Filipino it would then be followed by a slight surprise and inquiry from the latter due to the undeniable mixed features that one carries. From there you’ll hear answers such as oh its because we’re of… Read More Heritage, Balay Negrense, and Tell tales of the past.
Writing and composing letters have always appealed to me. I’ve always considered it as an art really not measurable by skill, composition or grammar alone but of thought, style, storytelling, and more importantly intimacy as well. There is nothing more beautiful than a well composed sentence conveying every thought, feeling, or pining that you entail… Read More Postale Series
I have always come to know it as the island across my school with the cross on top of the hill or the island that marks the near end of my ferry ride as Im cruising along the Iloilo straight. The island of Guimaras takes on this image of a gentle giant with endless secret destinations… Read More Coming Across Guimaras
Call me old fashioned but Ive always found old cities to be beautiful and mysterious, more importantly I can’t help but have a deep appreciation and admiration for them because undeniably it is extremely difficult to stay relevant and genuine as time hastily sets up shop and transports us into another era. Kyoto I must say… Read More Chasing after Kyoto