A few weeks from now, I will be leaving my beloved first country assignment of Burkina Faso. Though it may not be the best country to conduct my training but I learned to love her. That, despite of my poor French communication skills and my not-black-not-white-skin. I'm out of place. I'm maybe the only Filipino … Continue reading Au Revoir Burkina Faso
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cM00rHi_4os This video is very dear to me. It took me a year to complete this video but it's all worth the fuss. Date: December 21, 2015 to Devember 21, 2016 Countries: Burkina Faso | Senegal | Philippines | Malaysia | Cambodia | Togo | Guinea Thanks for watching!
In a few weeks, I will be turning a year older. To celebrate my 25th birthday, I decided to make a blog but made a video on my YouTube channel instead. I'm not a fan of New Year's resolutions because I know in my heart that I won't follow them anyway. But this year is … Continue reading #GOALS | On Turning 25
I haven't blogged in a while now. I've been very busy adulting to earn some dough for my future travels. My original target is to post a couple of posts in a week but I failed. I'm such a disappointment. I can even see my mother in heaven shaking her head now. You see, there's … Continue reading Dark Clouds Overhead
This morning (actually, a couple of weeks ago) at the restaurant, I noticed something's off with my Site Manager. He was just newly assigned in our site a little over a week ago but I can read people like that. He looks sad, and tired. Lack of sleep? Missing his family? I just shrugged it … Continue reading Life Lessons from a Site Manager
Part of our training program in our company is the 3-4 years overseas OJT. This is after the classroom training, local OJT in the Philippines and the advance technical training in Japan. Our company sends its trainees in different countries. As of writing, there are 100+ trainees and graduates which are sent in 23 different … Continue reading Real Life Lessons from Burkina Faso
I've been craving for chips for over three months now. I don't usually eat chips when I'm on site because it's rarely available. During my home leave in the Philippines, I didn't get the chance to eat crisps too because I traveled a lot. So this afternoon, I went to the restaurant to inform the … Continue reading Money Well Spent