Art Appreciation: Art in Island x Yuchengco Museum x Ayala Museum

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I love anything that stimulates my eyes, and leaves me with a weird yet contented feeling at the same time. One of them is art.

This will be the 3rd installment of my “northern experience”, and I’ll be tackling about the museums I visited.

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Intramuros: the Walled City

I don’t know about you, but I love looking at fine architecture. The older the structure is, the more it amazes me. In the second part of my “northern experience”, I’m going to share with you what I saw in Intramuros. Continue reading

A Trip To The North To Meet Jon

 

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No, I am not talking about Jon Snow. I am referring to my boyfriend, Jonathan. You know what sucks about a long distance relationship? The distance itself. In my case, we only get to see each other every July to celebrate his birthday. Continue reading

Taishozan Japanese Restaurant

Taishozan

Hello! It’s been quite some time since I last blogged about something. My hands got tied up for some reason, but now I am back.😀

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Aze Ong: Breathing Life into Crocheted Pieces

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Who says crochet is only limited to garments? Well, this notion was proven wrong by artist Aze Ong. She has been making rounds in the country, touching people with her art.

I was given a chance to witness how beautiful her creations are. I stumbled upon a Facebook sponsored post by Art Portal, calling all people to drop by their place for her exhibit. I had nothing to do at that time (and it’s free) so, I jumped in. Continue reading

Happy Birthday Nini Panini: 823 Kitty Coffee Shop and MysterEscape

Happy Birthday Nini Panini- 823 Kitty Coffee Shop and MysterEscape

In case you’re wondering who Nini Panini is, she is one of my best buddies back in college.

We fancy almost the same stuff.

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Cliff Diving in Canibad, Samal

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I know each of us has our own fears. May it be fear of roaches, fear of heights or even fear of the unknown. At some point, we never know that we fear something not unless we see them standing right before us. This is what I came to realize when I was standing at the edge of a cliff, getting ready to dive into the blue waters surrounding it.

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