Re-taking the Route to Roots. Such encounters are rare for the thousands of families who have always wanted a real, and tangible connection to where you stand in the context of history. It is hard to imagine and appreciate the complicated entanglement of our togetherness-in-difference from within the collective identity. #GongXiFaCai
During our younger years, we were often taught to not talk to strangers. As we get older, though, we learn that most strangers are just friends we haven’t yet made. More than tours and the fuss while traveling, rekindling old friendships and creating new ones in the brief crossing of paths is what I truly… Continue reading Surprisingly Sweet.
Lucky to be going out of my domicile and visiting places during Christmas or on its near dates. I love being delighted with all the decorations all over for the festive season. At some point, you are brought back to childhood feels, joyfully entertained by the lights and colorful ornaments.
Through the shrub the sunlight filters;gleaming off the blizzard, caressing the water. Here I catch the fleeting light as it wavers; while water flows placidly alongside streaming to an endless bound and frost falls tacitly onto the ground. 🌤⛅️🌥🌦🌨 ❄️ 💦 🌲 🍁 🍃 🌳 🍂 ☀️🌤🍁🌦❄️ While many people spend hours on a taxing… Continue reading Catching the Drift in Calgary
It is tough to find the chance and give time in the middle of busy lives, bordered by many miles and responsibilities. But more often, it only takes an occasion, or one person’s crazy plan, and it is always worth it.From a special 🍝 🍕dinner 🍰 🍾prepared to the second glass of 🍷 at Tudor… Continue reading Catching Up in Calgary
It’s always my goal to experience a destination as authentically as possible. Sure, I want to see the popular spots, but I also want to discover the local gems that give a place its character and distinction. I am able to interact with some locals and speak with them; from the time I touched down… Continue reading My AirBnB Experience
Having grown up in the third predominant Catholic country in the world and raised in the smallest town of Albay – Bacacay, BUT, is a cradle of priestly vocation in the region with an upsurge of 101 priests and 3 deacons, I profess that I am a Catholic devotee. Religion is embedded deep among each… Continue reading On Religion