To relax and not worry – now that’s a luxury you can’t afford these days, especially when you live in the city. To be able to sit and watch the clouds drift idly by, the leaves quiver in their branches, and the day gradually fade into night. No, in this day and age, you’d be called lazy for … More In the Mountains
I have been trying over the past days to come up with the right words to describe Culion. It’s not that I don’t have anything to say; it’s that I have too many – too many words, moments, thoughts, stories….
There are only three reasons why I would get up insanely early: 1. I need to cram for a deadline, 2. I want to watch the sunrise, or 3. I have to go on a trip. Fortunately, this one fell under the last category. I’ve had “Trek to Pinatubo” on my bucket list for the longest time, and … More A good reason to wake up at three in the morning
At the start of summer, my 7-year-old sister, Dani, and her friend, Lovely, founded the Young Kids Club. As of today, they only have two members (you can guess who they are) and they spend each day thinking of fun activities. According to their brochure, these include: “Milo making, ID creating, mini golf, orientation, mini fishing, drawing, … More The Young Kids Club
When you leave home, you go off expecting to find adventure, excitement, uncertainty, and amazement – words of travelers and explorers, who define each place by a myriad of colorful words that compel people to leave their chair, pack up their things, and seek out new paths.