Thinking of reasons to go to the Manila International Book Fair (again)?
We’re an idyllic bipolar society. But we sure know how to kick ass during merciless disasters such as this.
There's much to be said about the traffic schemes happening now. I, for one, am a victim of this daily chaos. I remember I was near tears yesterday afternoon when…
Living in Manila entails the adventure of rough-riding the road either on a boat, a raft or a van-turned-into-a-yacht. No one is spared. Not even this guy. Here, you cannot…
We sit still, under the dimly-lit night sky; dawn is near, but we linger until the last few minutes turn into another haze of day. With dreams patterned over commercial…
I have already written about this place in my personal non-fiction blog, but when I saw nomadcitizen's entry about the Philippines, I just thought to myself, what the hey, I need to post this in this site too.
Let me tell your something about this video.
I responded to my friend, Melai's, call to join them in this Mt Pinatubo expedition. A little along the way, the original team was changed: new people joined in, some of the original ones back out for a reason or two.
Again, I read another recent horrible kidnapping story last week. It happened in the southern areas of the Philippines.
For a Manila citizen like me, it's not supposed to make me feel threatened or disturbed, but looking at a broader perspective, this cannot be the case.
I saw a travel advisory from the British government about travelling in the Philippines, in the aftermath of the kidnappings.
In choosing the best photo for this site, I realized that this photo sums up basically who I am. :)
Currently, we have second highest power cost in Asia. Something worth considering for investors, but for those who love to have dinner by candle light, it's not much of a concern.