Life is full of unexpected happenings which allow us to grow into the person we are destined to be. From the shy little girl that I was back then, I’m now channeling my thoughts in this blog and sharing it with the world. As I turn 24, I’d like to share with all of you the most important life lessons I’ve learned so far.
Cebu is packed with countless of wonderful places to visit, exciting things to do, and delectable food to eat! Upon spending 4 days in Cebu, travelling from Lapu-Lapu, to Cebu City, and then to Oslob and Moalboal – I’ve come up with a list of the 10 things you should not miss when visiting Cebu!
Santorini is always on top of people’s must-visit-places! However, going to Greece is no joke. Fortunately, we now have our own Little Santorini at Mabini, Batangas!
I got a new restaurant in my favorites list! Din Tai Fung is one of the best Chinese restaurants I’ve dined. It currently has two locations in Manila – Bonifacio High Street, Taguig and SM Megamall, Ortigas.
This is a commissioned work and personally one of my favorites. I can only do freehand art when I really like what I’m doing. I’m very proud of this work and I’m very ecstatic every time I’m seeing this shirt being worn!
Vigan is Ilocos Sur’s capital, it is a small city with huge hospitality and patriarchy. Vigan remained to be one of the few UNESCO world heritage sites wherein old structures are conserved and well-kept. It is also well known for its cobblestone streets and unique architectures.
Izakaya Kikufuji is one of the most popular restaurants located at Little Tokyo, Makati – long waiting lines and always jam-packed; nonetheless authentic and good Japanese food!
Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia’s capital and also it’s largest city! Even if KL is Malaysia’s capital, government offices, as well as the Prime Minister’s office, are located at Putrajaya which makes it the federal administrative center of Malaysia.