Bali, Indonesia: Its beach life & whatnot

Last Tuesday, June 20, I spent the whole day traveling around the island of Bali looking for something (or someone) that might surprise me and I know for a fact that there are surprising things and people in Bali. My eyes were hungry for more sceneries Bali could offer after our trip to Ubud. On…

Ubud, Bali: Appreciating Indonesia’s love for nature and more

When I hear the word Bali, the first picture I always imagine is a beach- white fine sands, crystal blue waters and tropical fruit stands everywhere. I bet you too think the same way because those are the usual images we see on advertisements. Well, what you think is correct however, here’s a better news…

April and May taught me…

It is exactly the first week of another academic year and everyone seems to be very busy. I have been observing my working environment and teachers are acting restless and students appear to be too hyped by the fact that they have to face new classmates, teachers and more complex subjects. However, I did not…

Old Vs. New: Two-day caffeine exploration

Everyone loves coffee- that’s what I believe. Aside from wearing the latest fashion trends, teenagers today love to spend much of their time in coffee shops, talking and stalking with their friends. (I know because I do.) This week, me and my friends had a two-day coffee and food searching just inside the vicinity of…

A Secret Garden in Negros

This is my second official blog entry! As summer is coming to a close, I thought I would write about one of the great places I got to visit: The Garden of Luisa in the municipality of La Castellana. This place is a bit hard to find; even with the GPS, my friends and I…

2017 Summer & other stops

This year, my summer was fully booked. My planner was not enough to fill the plans I had for April and May. The sad part is, summer is finally over and now is the time to remember and reimagine what happened during this year’s break- a time away from work and responsibilities. I first had…