Solo in Tokyo (Day 5): Arakura Fuji Sengen Jinja Shrine

I know I've been saying this for every day of this trip so far, but honestly hands down, this is the highlight! This is the day when I experienced events that I know I will remember for the rest of my life. Writing about it now, everything already feels like a dream... 🌸❄ For my… Continue reading Solo in Tokyo (Day 5): Arakura Fuji Sengen Jinja Shrine

Solo in Tokyo (Day 2): Return to Sumida Park + Encounters + Reflections

The stretch of the Sumida Park that I already walked through is apparently just a glimpse of the whole park itself. On the other side is another stretch of cherry blossoms parallel to the Sumida river. I noticed that the boat that cruises along the river is more visible here compared to the other side,… Continue reading Solo in Tokyo (Day 2): Return to Sumida Park + Encounters + Reflections

Solo in Tokyo (Day 2): Sensoji Temple

For this trip, I brought with me my iPad (the one that I luckily won during one media event) and bluetooth keyboard. I have just recently discovered working and writing on the blog via this setup and I thought it was perfectly timed for this trip. I realized that really, writing is my method of… Continue reading Solo in Tokyo (Day 2): Sensoji Temple

Photography Workshop with Magic Liwanag

Being a concert photographer has always been one of the things that I wanted to do, and I am actually lucky enough to have fulfilled that in my own way through the concerts that I was able to attend to. In any field that you are passionate about, for sure you have someone you look… Continue reading Photography Workshop with Magic Liwanag

Seoul Trip 2016: Day 3 ~ Gyeongbokgung Photoshoot

Heh I know I'm two years late with this post, but better late than never! 😊And so the story of my visit to Gyeongbok Palace begins here. It was not my first time to go here actually, although the experience this time around is a bit more interesting because I am wearing a hanbok, South Korea's… Continue reading Seoul Trip 2016: Day 3 ~ Gyeongbokgung Photoshoot

Getting Close and Personal with OPM Artists #GMAPlaylistAct3

Last week, I was given this unique opportunity to attend a GMA Network event entitled GMA Network Playlist Act 3: A Thanksgiving Jamming Session. It is the network's avenue to present fresh and trending artists in the music scene. It was my first time to do so, and honestly it was intimidating at first. However since… Continue reading Getting Close and Personal with OPM Artists #GMAPlaylistAct3

A Weekend @ Cabongaoan Beach (Pangasinan)

Last March 2017, me and my colleagues spent an overnight stay at the beautiful beach of Cabongaoan in Pangasinan. It was a several-hour van ride north of Manila, but it was worth the paradise that we saw beside the ocean.Here are some of the photos I took from that trip!It was really a relaxing stay… Continue reading A Weekend @ Cabongaoan Beach (Pangasinan)

Lumix ZS70: First Impression

I have been using my current point-and-shoot camera for around 3 years now, so I thought it's time to do an upgrade! Within the span of those years, lots of new camera models have been available in the market bundled with useful and cooler features and specs. Among the large array of camera models, my… Continue reading Lumix ZS70: First Impression

The Maine: Lovely Little Lonely Tour in Manila #BazookaRocksV

I've been again to concert land, to see an artist I've known for a very short time (because I saw that they were coming here haha). This band is called The Maine.The Maine performs @ Bazooka Rocks VApparently, the band is a regular here in the Philippines, as it's already their 6th show in the country.… Continue reading The Maine: Lovely Little Lonely Tour in Manila #BazookaRocksV

Constellations: January – March

I recently discovered the Humble Bundle site through a colleague, and I really got to like the site! Imagine, you not only get to have great ebooks and games for a price you decide, you also have a choice to donate a portion of the money you pay to charity! Whoever coined the idea for this… Continue reading Constellations: January – March