What will you do if you are given two weeks of paid vacation? Where will you go? Back when I started traveling, this has always been my favorite time of the year – a time to explore uncharted places, try new dishes, meet new friends, tick off activities from the bucket list, discover oneself, and so on. It is a time that I always look forward for. The experiences and stories were one for the books. And the encounters forged lasted even more because of the shared adventures.
Ah, it’s that time of the year again – time to rephrase the resolutions that failed for several years. Another attempt to make oneself better.
While we’re on our way to GenSan, a friend suddenly messaged me and asked what am I doing in the said place. “What are you doing there? There’s nothing much to do there.” Coming from a local of the place who happened to currently work in Cebu, she was particularly right. However, after several days spent in GenSan, I’ve learned that there’s more to the city aside from Manny Pacquiao and tuna.
With the influx of high-powered cameras and superbly-advanced smartphones nowadays, it is easy to get those magazine-like shots and get featured on different social media
I am not me when I’m sleepy. Believe me, I’m the worst person you’ll ever meet when I’m the verge of slumber. The deep attachment
I’m back! It’s been quite some time since I last posted something relevant in the blog. Others call it “writer’s block”; I’d like to call