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Flower Power

“Love is the flower you’ve got to let grow.” According to a behavioral research conducted at a State University in New Jersey, one way of improving the emotional state of a person –… Continue reading

Be Benguet.

Whenever someone asks me which among the 76 Philippine provinces I have been is my favorite, I without batting an eyelash, would quip — Benguet. Bias as it may sound, but no one… Continue reading

Copenhagen, Captivatin’

Here are some photographs I took (using my Oppo phone, since I still haven’t transferred photos from my Canon M10 camera) from a recent trip to Denmark’s lovely capital – Kobenhavn/Copenhagen. Don’t be… Continue reading

Mount Kalugong (Benguet, PH)

“I like the mountains because they make me feel small,’ Jeff says. ‘They help me sort out what’s important in life.” — Mark Obmascik, Halfway to Heaven: My White-knuckled–and Knuckleheaded–Quest for the Rocky… Continue reading

Reddoorz Baguio: Staycation Review

I have not always been a fan of staycation. I mean, why don’t you go out instead and explore what your surroundings get to offer. Then again, cliche as it may sound but… Continue reading

San Vicente (Palawan, PH)

Dubbed as the home of the Philippines “longest white beach”, the Long Beach in San Vicente, Palawan stretches to approximately 14.7 kilometers of undeveloped coastal wonder, a figure that is thrice the length… Continue reading

Betcha Bye BALI Wow

After a grueling 2-week, work-related trips around Central Thailand and Java in Indonesia, I spent my then untouched annual leave in Bali.  My original plan was to go to Jeju Island in Korea… Continue reading

Filipi-Know: Pinoy Words I Love.

Words are exceptionally the most commanding force presented to people. The use of such is something we do every single day whenever we talk to people, and even to ourselves. We either have the freedom… Continue reading

Quatervois

When you’re lost, when you’re in a “quatervois” — where do you begin? Most people I know (personal or random acquaintances) perceive me as someone jolly and happy and blessed and living a… Continue reading

Portugal Kitang Hinintay

Dear Portugal, Portugal kitang hinintay (can be translated as “I have long waited for you, Portugal)!, Was I happy? Are you kidding me? I wasn’t happy! I was enamored, over-whelmed (insert all superlatives… Continue reading