I have been working non-stop for a few weeks now. My daily routines have been pretty monotonous lately. Upon waking up, I begin working right away. I always sleep late at night. I don’t eat on time anymore and I’m starting to lose track of days. I am aware that I have been very unhealthy (and unhappy?) to the point where I feel guilty when I let myself watch a ten-minute Youtube video. So, when I finally bought tickets to a play last weekend, it felt so liberating.
Three weeks ago, we came home to Misamis Oriental. We wanted to make the most out of our trip, so we decided to visit Camiguin on our last day. From Salay, it was only a 30-minute drive to Balingoan Port. Then, we boarded the ferry to the island. I was nauseous the entire trip I did not have a decent sleep that night, but I felt better once we. The moment we left the effin ship and stepped on the ground, that’s when we knew another adventure had begun.
As you may already be aware of, I went to Resorts World Manila to watch Ang Huling El Bimbo at the Newport Performing Arts Theater a few weeks ago. It was also the first time I got to roam around the Resorts World compound. I have been there a couple of times before, but I never really got to explore and take some nice photos. (more…)
Last March, I went on another trip with Mama and Papa. This time, it was Papa’s turn to be chaperoned. Hahaha! But kidding aside, I think it’s cool how my parents are becoming more inclined to traveling recently. Every opportunity we get, we make sure to explore places we have never been to before. Anyway, we went to Davao Del Sur on short notice and we were able to see a lot of attractions in a span of two days! Here is a rundown of everything we have visited:
If you are a book lover like me, then you probably get excited too every time a grand book sale is happening. That is why when the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale 2019 was announced, I made sure to come and spend some moolah on my most-wanted titles! (See, I missed last year’s!) I went home truly happy with my finds and with a firm decision that I will return for a second round. I will come more prepared by then, that’s for sure.
The Dessert Museum is a one of a kind interactive museum that features eight rooms filled with sweets and treats! Each room has a designated theme and uniqueness. Beyond its aesthetically pleasing interiors, you can also learn a thing or two about the inventors and origins of our most loved desserts. The best part? Free desserts!
Last Sunday, I returned to Cebu after eight months. This time, I went with my parents and we came to experience a short staycation at the province’s premier resort. At the same time, we tried to squeeze in a quick tour around the city on our first day so we can explore the city’s top attractions. Although I have already done the same tour during my first time in Cebu, it felt good to revisit the places again with two of the most important people in my life.
When I was still working in Makati, I used to pass by the RCBC Plaza often. The exterior of the Yuchengco Museum is one of the most interesting things that you will see among the high-rise buildings of Ayala. I have always wanted to go inside and check out the art, but it was only until this month that I was able to push through with the plan.