Woot! Heisann! Been in Norway for three weeks already? Wow! 🙂 I have seen quite a lot of the town where I’m currently based. I ‘ve been walking and sightseeing by myself, and sooner or later, I’d know the streets, shortcuts and roundabouts there are here in Bekkestua.. in Bærum.. in Akershus.. 😉 Last weekend, … More Blooming Blommenholm! ✿✿✿
It was a fine Saturday, the first day of August 2015. Left alone in the house, I decided to take a long walk and try the fitness app called Endomondo. I’m not really into fitness, bleh, but if there are things that will make one of my favorite past times (walking) more interesting, I don’t … More When your afternoon walk leads you to a ‘kirkegård’
A product of a couple from two different provinces in the Philippines, I always enjoy visiting two familiar places for the past 23 years. My mom grew up in the province of Quezon, named after the 2nd president of the country, Manuel Quezon. It is part of Region IV-A CALABARZON and dubbed as the Palm … More Visita Iglesia: Kamay ni Hesus Healing Center in Quezon Province
It’s a super cold morning here in Denmark. Today will not be very busy for me, so I have some time to write a new entry. 🙂 Btw, yesterday was Election Day here in Denmark. My sweet host mom took me to Vedbæk School to see how it’s done. My, it’s different from the way … More Faculty Outing at Punta de Fabian Resort in Rizal
Okay, so, today, I cut my hair by myself again. Saves me a lot of money, considering the amount I have to pay for a simple haircut here in Denmark. I just cut it in layers, and thanks to its natural curls, I don’t really need to worry whether I did it perfectly or not. … More The oldest and largest Chinatown in the world!
Looking for a nice summer destination? No idea on where to go and what to do? Well, here’s a nice suggestion. Go mountain climbing and explore the wonders of Mount Pundaquit in Zambales, Philippines. 😉 Zambales is the second largest province in Central Luzon, famous for its mangoes, wonderful beaches, the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, … More Looking beyond the horizon on top of Mt. Pundaquit
It’s finally spring time! It’s time to do some serious (haha, how does one appear serious?) blogging. With an Alicia Keys’ playlist in the air and a warm cup of lavender tea, I am all set for a whole new blogging experience. Oh wait, the rain outside is distracting.. *deep breath* Okay! So, what to … More Why travel?