Well not really because I believe what I have doesn't need any fixing. Also, why fix if it's not broken in the first place. Okay. I'm lost with that train of thought. Five months ago, I got the chance to attend a Coldplay concert in Taiwan. Why did I end up in Taiwan you may … Continue reading Coldplay Fixed Me
There's a Youtube Channel that I religiously follow and they are called simonandmartina aka eatyourkimchi. I started watching them around 2014 when I was searching for a comprehensive blog about the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Universal Studios Osaka, Japan. I first stumbled upon their blog and then redirected to their youtube channel and … Continue reading On a Constant Quest for Happiness
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!
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
Another very late review. Hotel Splendid is the official residence of the mining company where I am working at until the Al Qaeda attack last January 15, 2016. The main target is this 4-star hotel at the center of Ouagadougou. Maybe because this is where diplomats, businessmen and other important people stay when in Ouagadougou, … Continue reading Shining Shimmering Splendid (Hotel) | Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
I never really explored Khmer food that much. But during one of my trips at the Old Market, I tried some of their street foods. Well, just a couple. Jackfruit with Sticky Rice. It's my first time to try this one. I love jackfruit and sticky rice separately. Most asian does. But together, it's like … Continue reading Khmer Street Food | Siem Reap, Cambodia
I can eat Ramen every day. That's what I discovered when I went to Japan for a month. I love noodles specifically Pancit Canton. I survived college with the help of Pancit Canton. It came to a point that I perfected my pancit canton cooking style. Also good with soft-boiled egg, cabbage, with pandesal, etc. … Continue reading MaRamen Salamat Po| Ishikawa, Japan