Yesterday, I was checking and updating my social media accounts when I came across Traveloka's blogger contest. Its theme "How Travel Changed My Life" struck me through.
A day without work is a day without food. Just recently, I quit my job to seek for better opportunities. I have tendered my resignation because it was the best thing to do when you feel you are no longer growing for the better in that organization. Even though I have no back up plans … Continue reading Bonita’s Coffee, Tea, Bread and Steak: A Christian Themed Cafe
Every place on this world has its own beauty to offer that is why many of us travel miles away just to witness the uncanny view of nature. The sunrise and sunset that we chase, the difficulty of trekking a mountain just to have a glance of the view from the summit or the hours … Continue reading The mighty roar of Bukal falls
A painter with his paintings; A sculptor with his sculptures; A poet with his poems; A dancer with his dances; A songwriter with his songs; A musician with his instruments; An actor with his play; A writer with his books; A chef with his recipes. You see? Everyone is an artist in his own little … Continue reading Pinto Art Museum: A touch of Aesthetic
Adobo is a dish that refers to the method of marinating and braising chicken, pork, fish and vegetables in soy sauce, vinegar and spices. History says that this dish was developed for preservation purposes and this was scientifically proven since the acid from the vinegar and high content of salt in soy sauce made it … Continue reading Adobo fused with fresh tomatoes
"Writing is like baking cupcakes, you're trying to make something from the raw. Like with cupcakes it's flour and eggs and stuff, and with books it's ideas and words. The end result is the same though, you want people to eat them up." ~ Emma Shortt A perfect day means a perfect cupcake treat for your … Continue reading Best cupcakes in town @Glyco Sweetshop