Exploring Zamboanga del Norte: The Orchid City Diaries

Known as the Orchid City of the Philippines, Dipolog City is one of the 5 major cities of Zamboanga Peninsula, located at the westernmost part of Mindanao, hence it is also known as the Gateway to Western Mindanao. Dipolog City somehow gained its popularity by its neighboring city--Dapitan City, which is known also as its... Continue Reading →


The Secret Shop: Finding Beyond Great Food at Parañaque

"There is no love sincerer than the love of food."  © George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman Few years ago we were introduced by our fellow worker to Kuya Bryce Vestre, owner of the Secret Shop Parañaque. Ever since, I dreaded the moment I would come and visit the talked-of-the-town restaurant that serves superb and... Continue Reading →

I Can See Clearly Now

"Eyes are the windows to the soul" It has been 2 months since I had my life changing experience of having my LASIK procedure. I was born with poor eyesight. I remember wearing my first pair of eyeglasses at the age of 5, and started using contact lenses at the age of 16. Since then... Continue Reading →

3rd Workiversary 

It's been 3 wonderful roller-coster years! Who would have thought that we'll end up this long? 😂 No more speeches and dramas. I still love you even when it hurts. I love you more when it hurts. Charot! 😝 Cheers for more hugot and thought provoking years with you. Mahal na mahal kita kahit ang... Continue Reading →

Exploring Zambales: Potipot Island Diaries

Zambales, dubbed as the "Chromite Capital of the Philippines", is a 3-4 hour drive from Manila. The province consists of multiple beaches and is covered by exquisite mountains. Aside from its natural beauty, Zambales is also a record holder, for having the sweetest mango in the world, by the Guinness Book of World Records. Truly,... Continue Reading →

Change is Coming

After 90 days of non-stop campaigning, finally, the Filipino people casted their votes.  I hope that this election give this country its continued democracy. The kind of democracy that our grandfathers fought for many years ago. I pray that whoever won this election gives us the kind of change that we all yearn for.  And... Continue Reading →

“I dreamed a dream that never dies!”

Little did everyone knows, I secretly dreamed of becoming a stage actor ever since my cousins taught me to portray "Sisa" and performed it in front of my second grade classmates. It sparked when I was able to memorized Hamlet's Soliloquy back on fifth grade, when my cousin's were back in college and studying acts... Continue Reading →

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