Sunday, October 29 2017. So we reached our 3rd and final day in Baguio, packed our bags in the morning and informed the host of the apartment that we are checking out. At around 11am we started walking to rotunda, we still have a few places to visit and our next stop is..the Laperal White … Continue reading Enter Baguio: Final Day
Good thing the beer in Craft Brewery does not give you hangover the next day because all crafted beer are made of natural ingredients(shame on you Red Horse 😝) This is where we stayed: The apartment is near the rotunda, jeepneys and cabs are very accessible. It's a three storey apartment and we booked the … Continue reading Enter Baguio: Day two
We arrived in Baguio after a 6 hour bus ride from Manila (Cubao). The temperature when we reached Baguio is around 16 degrees and that was at 8 in the morning. First thing we tried right after getting off the bus - Taho with Strawberry Syrup. Well, taste is just right, nothing special just the … Continue reading Enter Baguio
Twas' a lazy Sunday evening, alone in the living room with nothing to do. Browsing stuff on the Internet and ended up looking at my Facebook page. Saw this photo of my two friends(Childhood friends, sweethearts for 7 years straight) It was the girl's birthday and looks like they celebrated it in a buffet type … Continue reading Tie the knot lads!
This must be the hardest part in a relationship, after all the things you have been through, love divine shared, promises and hopes were made but in the end you just have to let it all go. Ever felt that throbbing in your heart the first time you met her? Feels good right? It … Continue reading The act of letting go
To love unconditionally is like playing your cards even though you know that from the start you are going lose. To love unconditionally is like taking poison without any knowledge of an antidote for it. To love unconditionally is like jumping into the water even though you don't know how to swim. I can … Continue reading Love unconditionally?
"A necessary change that will ultimately give rise to the revival of love in its purest form, finally unhindered by unnecessary prejudice and discrimination." -An excerpt from an entry by Kenrick Nocom and Hazel Yap. Read more of their blog: https://elements.ateneo-celadon.org/forbidden-love-chinese-filipino/