My newest kind of horror = sandy bottom + very poor visibility + creepy wrecks with sea urchins + foggy mask (yes, clearing a mask is the basic skill I am really scared of). I am imagining the horror of diving at night. I hope no Japanese or Thai ghost movie will ever be made … More Underwater Halloween 2015 – Pulau Tioman, Malaysia
“Music saves the soul. Play softly while you read.” April 26, 2046 Dearest Denice, How are you? I hope you’re doing well. I know you hated your gray hair plus the obvious wrinkles on your face. And the saggy skin of your neck makes you grumpy at times. I hope you’re in a good mood today … More Dear Old Denice, I Hope You Found Bliss (featuring Bagan, Myanmar)
“Music saves the soul”. Play softly while you read. It was Christmas day last 2014 when I traveled to Asia’s Golden Land via Singapore Airlines. I was feeling mixed emotions of exhilaration and fear, timidness and confidence, all at once. I felt like I was missing the joy of gatherings and festivities with my loved ones and friends, … More Roaming with Carte Blanche: Myanmar Solo Trip – Yangon Part 1
Denice, Aubrey and Bing, feat. Jhulz. . We changed the plans and hardly followed the itinerary. Upon reaching every destination, for a split second, we decided “extend!!!”. We chased the sun and burned our skins. . We drowned ourselves and gulped sea water. . We traveled from North to South and met people, some may … More Wild and Free – Cebu Adventure with my Crazies
After the make-your-crotch-sweat trekking at Mount Pinatubo, the ladies including myself went to Olongapo to spend the night somewhere as we have a big beach adventure the next day (as they promised me, bwahaha!).
Hiking? No thanks. . I can still remember the muscle pain I got when I hiked Mount Manabu when I was still in college. Every step, I’ve been trying to catch my breath, it felt like it was yesterday. hehe. . So when this group of environmentalists from my alma mater, aka my LIT KALIKASAN family, … More Day Hike to Pinatubo Crater Lake in Zambales, Philipines
One weekend way back in 2010, Julie and I, together with a Chinese friend (oh gawd i can’t remember her name, but i swear she’s very very very nice. So nice that she deserved 3 “very”. hihi.) decided to go to Beijing. . Because, why not?
I have always admired the skills of campers surviving all the hardships outside the comfortable lifestyle… haha… Because somehow, I can’t.