These were taken two years ago. I was still working as a copywriter in an ad agency and my friend, Guido, had messaged me on Facebook, asking if I had any plans for the Holy Week. He wanted to go to Marinduque for the Moriones Festival. The details were hazy – we didn’t even have … More Moriones Festival in Marinduque
The past few days have been pretty awesome. I’m now back at home, trying to beat deadlines, unable to start a proper blog entry about the Ati-Atihan festival. Which is okay (for now), because I don’t know where to begin. There’s a lot I want to talk about! It was my first time to travel … More Back from Kalibo
Project postponed indefinitely. And with those three beautiful words my two colleagues, my best friend and I packed our bags and drove all the way to Quezon for the Pahiyas Festival. We had less than a week to plan it, but by a stroke of good luck (that came in the form of Dijo’s dad and … More Of Colorful Homes and Flying Suman
This post is long overdue. Work got in the way, but the main reason it took so long was because my harddrive crashed, taking with it 500 GB worth of photos, videos, and documents. Yes, including the ones from Iloilo. Luckily, I hadn’t erased most of them from the SD cards – the problem was, … More Dancing Like Crazy in Iloilo
I don’t really have the time to write a proper blog post right now because I need to finish something for work and then wake up early to go to Bulacan (this week has been pretty hectic – I came home from Iloilo Sunday night and early the next morning, I found myself on a … More Hala Bira Iloilo!