ENROUTE: BACOLOD-MANILA-ILOCOS

We’ve been planning to go to Ilocos for some time… but it never seem to push through for one reason or another.   Luckily, this June… we made it.   All throughout the… Continue reading

BACOLOD: PORTRAITS OF STRANGERS

How do you photograph strangers? Do you go up to them and ask? Or you just simply fire away? Every now and then, I encounter people (or events) where I find it hard… Continue reading

BACOLOD: ENGRAVERS

At the sidewalk along Araneta Street in Downtown Bacolod, you’ll probably find the most number of engravers in the city in one place.  With their wooden tables and chairs, they patiently wait for… Continue reading

BACOLOD: COMFORT FOOD

Has the rainy season started? I doesn’t matter… whether it’s the changing of seasons or just summer rain, the respite from the heat of the past months is more than welcomed.  And there’s… Continue reading

BACOLOD: THE NEW GOVERNMENT CENTER

The New Government Center or the NGC is now one of the new landmarks of Bacolod City.  It stands on a 5 hectare lot donated by Fernando F. Gonzaga, Inc. and Angela Estate,… Continue reading

BACOLOD: WHITES

Roses are red… well, not necessarily.  I’m not fond of any particular flower… though I love white roses or any flower that is white.  Maybe it’s the simplicity… or the peacefulness it evokes.  Walking… Continue reading

DAVAO: THE CHEESE MAKER

A few weeks before my trip to Davao, I read an article in a travel magazine about artisan cheese in Davao.  It was interesting.  But since I’m not so fond and knowledgeable of… Continue reading

ADAM: THE LITTLE COMMANDER

Hello, Baby Adam! You finally arrived on February 27, 2013.  Everyone was very excited to welcome you.  Your mommy and daddy have been anticipating your arrival since they first learned that mommy Dette… Continue reading

PAROL

Christmas is celebrated probably the longest in the Philippines.  At the start of the ‘ber months (September, October, etc.), you will hear Christmas songs playing over the radio, at the mall and almost… Continue reading

THE DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS

Merry Christmas!… and happy blogging, everyone…  

PRE-CHRISTMAS GET TOGETHER

Got together with some law school friends last night.  Everyone took some time off before the year ends to celebrate the holidays and friendships.  Had dinner and lots of laughs… and drinks for everyone.… Continue reading

PETS: MISTER CARROT CAKE & PECHAY

My sister and my brother-in-law finally allowed thier little girl to get a rabbit… and today, they were picking up her new furry friends from the pet shop near my house.  My niece,… Continue reading

DUMAGUETE: SUNRISE PHOTOS

I’m a night person… but this is one place I don’t mind waking up early even before the sun.

DUMAGUETE: RIZAL BOULEVARD

The best part of staying a night in Dumaguete, is spending mornings at the Boulevard.  The place is never seem to be without people be it mornings or nights… or the remaining hours… Continue reading

DUMAGUETE: SILLIMAN HALL

I’ve been to Dumaguete several times this year but I have never set foot inside Silliman campus.  The city being known as a University town and Silliman University is one of its famous… Continue reading

DUMAGUETE: CHICHARON BULAKLAK

While walking along Real Street from Robinsons Dumaguete, we were told that a particular area sells lechon along the road.  I saw from across the street, I small store with a couple glass… Continue reading

SILAY: SAN DIEGO PRO-CATHEDRAL

The rain doesn’t seem to want to stop and it was getting dark.  We needed to head back to Bacolod City, so we took the chance even with a soft drizzle of rain.… Continue reading

SILAY: ANCESTRAL HOUSES

I’ve been wanting to visit Vigan and Taal, Batangas, which are both known for their heritage sites.  After doing some research , I realized that I should first pay a visit to Silay City.… Continue reading