It’s been a while since I updated this blog. To be honest, I have been thinking of just abandoning it because I had been neglecting it anyway. But then two days ago, I received a notification saying, “thank you for renewing your Wordpress.com domain,” and I was like, “oh crap!” So here I am writing again because I just paid another year of subscription for hosting and domain.
Lately, it hasn’t been easy for me. Though, I’ve been sharing lots of things on my social media like “hey! Look, I’m having the best day!” but that wasn’t the case. I was and continue struggling. For some unknown reason, I felt so lost. It’s like walking the path that I know for sure is not heading to the place I wanted to be or even close to it, but I could not turn back nor change directions. So, I just continue walking and pray that this path will at least lead somewhere I would not regret being at.
I love flowers, and I would also love to have my own (rose) garden. So, when I saw many posts of this beautiful garden on Instagram, I was ecstatic. Sirao Garden or known as the city’s Little Amsterdam, is a garden located in Busay, Cebu city with varieties of flowers like daffodils, sunflowers, and many […]
I’ve been to Cebu quite a few times already, and during those times, I have stayed in different hotels. I never stayed in the same hotel twice. But this year (2019) I have stayed in the same hotel twice. It’s not because I wasn’t happy with the services or amenities, but mostly because of the location and of course, the cost.
The beautiful Hanoi is the capital city and the biggest among the five municipalities of Viet Nam. Hanoi city offers many exciting and beautiful sights. From their night markets to their temples and museums, Hanoi has almost everything for every wanderer like me.
One of the many things that amazed me during my days in Hanoi is their book streets.
I’ve been to Cebu many times. During those times, I never really book a tour package. I usually go around myself with a cab or a rented van the hotel security recommended. But this time is different because I have Lolo (Grandpa), five students (three of them never been to Cebu before), and my husband, […]