People say, “do one thing that scares you every day.” I say, “Does it really have to be everyday? I mean, once in a while should be more than enough. heehee” I wasn’t sure if I wanted to faint or puke out my guts. I felt a little dizzy when I looked down and saw… Read More HOW TO CLIFF-DIVE IN TALI LIKE A PRO, ganern!
You know that one person whom you thought you hate but made you fall in love in the most unexplainable and unexpected way? That person whom you were too cautious to open up to but ended up being your constant confidant? That person who looked really reserved and timid but turned out to be the… Read More The Circle Hostel Baler: No Strangers, Just Friends
Curacha – a term used to describe a restless, energetic, and an outgoing human being (well at least in my own view hehe). A term very suitable to describe yours truly. I sometimes believe that curacha is an understatement because a lot goes on all day, err-day (as what they say). Little do people know… Read More L!FE YOGA —best treat for a Curacha
Summer is indeed over as the “ber” season hits us with endless warnings of rainfall, low pressure area formation, tropical depression, and the like. I don’t know about you but this cold weather we are experiencing gently reacts with my system, sending signals to my brain, telling me to “E-A-T” with occasional “D-R-I-N-K” signals too.… Read More Rue Bourbon: Of Gastronomical Comfort and High Spirits
Missed part 1 and part 2 of our Leyte Adventure? Well here’s a VIDEO to sum it all up! Anyway, now on to the last and final part of the LEYTSE PLAN. KALANGGAMAN ISLAND was our ultimate goal since “Day 1” but SHIT always happens (in the worst timing ever), so we had to make… Read More LEYT[S]E PLAN: The four-day Leyte Province Adventure Part 3 (Rafael’s Farm and Tacloban City)
Day 3 – (Inopacan – Cuatro Islas – Ormoc) We woke up at exactly 5am the next day (okay fine, maybe around 5:20-ish) for our unique island tour care of, well, ourselves! Since our San Juanico run didn’t push through, and you don’t call us “PABEBE GIRLS” for nothing, we decided to go around the… Read More LEYT[S]E Plan: The Four-day Leyte Province Adventure, PART 2 (Cuatro Islas)
Leche – According to http://www.newsgra.ph, Leche is a Spanish word which means milk. However, leche in Tagalog is a negative remark towards anything annoying. DAY 1 (Tacloban-Palampon-Ormoc-Matalom) I can’t exactly remember how many times we said “Leche” on our first day in Leyte. We’ve planned everything three months early coz we were all excited for… Read More LEYT[S]E Plan: The Four-day Leyte Province Adventure, PART 1 (Canigao Island)