- February 19, 2017
I could not have chosen a better number. 69 in Japanese is 六九 which can be alternatively read as “ROCK,” according to someone’s terms, and to tell you the truth, the weekend banged me in a very cool way but it did not require skin...
- February 18, 2017
I love cold weathers but not the illnesses they bring. People all around me will be coughing and sneezing or staying in bed due to body ache. Unfortunately, today, the draft got to me. I woke up with a stinging throat and I know I’m...
Filipino prodigious painter Benedicto Cabrera takes the spotlight in his very own art museum a la Van Gogh in Baguio’s BenCab, currently one of the most-visited spots in the province. The red-and-gray minimalist building is perched in the woodcarving village on the way to the...
Early morning, at the height of Baguio’s chilling climate of 11 °C, when we walked out of our hotel door with layers of clothing on (and me silently chiding myself for my broken pair of sneakers and limping foot), Burnham Park, which was right across...
- February 12, 2017
Pagodabells. I have no proper wordings to describe myself now other than that; I’m tired, I’m sleepy, I’m hungry, and this new bubblegum float from McDo isn’t working for me. What does, however, is that my dad was completely happy in blessing both ways, because...