Friday, November 28, 2014


Holidays are just around the corner! We definitely need a beat to feed our partying souls! With that being said, this 3-year old routine of mine have no signs of stopping. This year, I compiled a new set of the latest dance/club songs of my choice from this whole year to fill the happy vibe in our dwellings. I hope we have a hell of a bandwidth speed to avoid the buffers. So, raise your glasses and let the beat drown us in our wild and free moment! I also have it in my youtube playlist, like here it is: Blog Jocking 2014

Saturday, September 20, 2014


This first Bali experience is the new kind of high for me. Again as usual, the trip is flawed of just one highlight's miss that I am very keen to brave on whenever I'm in the place and that is the bungy jumping. I don't know what happened there why all of the bungy hosting companies in Seminyak are all closed that they had shut down the operations. Not enough jumpers to sustain the business perhaps? If that's what it is, then Flyboarding will be in a difficult circumstance also.

Moving on, I can't let myself fret on things I have no control anymore, so, I opt to see as many attractions I can squeeze for three days (definitely, 3 days wasn't enough). The good thing is, I have to come across all of these with a special someone (heart-eyed). Light the candles please and pour the wine. So, here are the jaunts we've been to in our day tours and date nights to nonetheless the Amazing Bali!

Nusa Dua

The Bay

Friday, August 22, 2014


1. How To Change a Flat Tire?

Photo grabbed from Google

Sunday, August 17, 2014


Have you been in the loop where the new trend that started in Twitter and Instagram made a sound recently? I totally assumed it reached you because it is almost everywhere in the vicinity of social sites and at some point it made you laugh... harder? Yes to me because I'm a sucker of everything that is really funny "legitimately". In fact, I had my own version and forced some friends for a challenge; and the prompt respond I got is... "Challenge Accepted". I love these guys that they enthuse life without considering what pessimist has to say... To the gloom-riddens, may the grave be upon you for your life is boring... joke! Life is a gift tho, enjoy it... well, have it your way.

Here's a compilation I get from Instagram through #hashtags - #makeuptransformation #transformationhumor and #funnytransformation

The Vilest Lord Voldemort

Friday, August 15, 2014


Indeed, you are what you eat. Our fate in life like our health in particular is contingent to our eating habits. Before, my concept of a healthy consumption is eating any of the nutritious foods and you're good as insured with it. But because of this emerging blood type diet system, it looks like we are not really into it all along. Though I'm a little bit skeptic about this mainstreaming diet system because of the fact that I should avoid pork and a lot of my favorites, I will try to give this a chance as my lifetime homework; and see how it works. Oh, I love procrastinating now during work hours, I can see different things... lol. (no judgment there, my department is really in hiatus for something to work on and backlogs are never my friend)

Wednesday, August 6, 2014


See Typography Compilation HERE.


See Typography Compilation HERE.


See Typography Compilation HERE.

Monday, July 7, 2014


Enough of the drumroll... it's Tanjong Beach in Sentosa! Le Diner En Blanc graced the fair fine beach of Tanjong last July 5 in a traditional all white swish outdoor dining. I have heard of this event since last year and it is only during this year that I have felt and understood the desire of the many to the latter. It is definitely an eventuality of sheer elegance of sharing sumptuous food with your lover, a family member or your awesome friends boosted by the fascination of a complimentary bus ride to a secret location. 

Diner En Blanc (means "dinner in white" in French) is first celebrated 26 years ago in Paris, France by the founder-Francois Pasquier with his close friends and by doing it every year it attracts enthusiasts' attention that it reached to a whopping 15,000 people yearly. There are about 40 events scheduled this year mostly taking place in North America and Europe; and Singapore is the first asian country to host the prestigious white chic picnic party for three years in a row. (2012-Marina Bay & 2013-Marina Barrage)

Saturday, June 7, 2014


photo grabbed from google
Ano ‘yung Kurot Principle? Ay, ang ganda nitong Kurot Principle na ito. To better understand this, I will tell you a story of a person na balak bumili ng cellphone worth P1,000. Nagkataong mayroon siyang P100,000 na savings. Puwede ba siyang bumili ng cellphone? Puwede, kasi yung P1,000, kurot lang ‘yon sa kanyang savings.

May pangalawang taong balak bumili ng cellphone. Ang bibilhin niya ay worth P1,000 din. Mayroon
siyang savings sa bangko na P1,000. Bumili siya ng cellphone. Anong tawag dun? Dakot na ‘yun! Dinakot lahat ang pera niya!

May pangatlong tao, balak bumili ng cellphone, pero walang savings. P1,000 lang naman ‘yung bibilhin niya. Bumili siya. Anong tawag ‘dun? Utang na ‘yun!

Ang tanong: ano’ng prinsipyo ang ginagamit mo sa buhay mo? Kurot, dakot, o utang?

Magtataka pa ba tayo kung bakit tayo naghihirap o baon sa utang? Ang gagaling nating dumakot! Ang gagaling nating umutang! Gusto mong yumaman? Starting today, matutong kumurot. Kapag may bibilhin, dapat kinukurot lang! Nagkakaintindihan ba tayo? Kapag ginawa mo ito, pangako, yayaman ka.


by: Mark Manson

A couple weeks ago I turned 30. Leading up to my birthday I wrote a post on what I learned in my 20s.

But I did something else. I sent an email out to my subscribers (subscribe here) and asked readers age 37 and older what advice they would give their 30-year-old selves. The idea was that I would crowdsource the life experience from my older readership and create another article based on their collective wisdom. 

The result was spectacular. I received over 600 responses, many of which were over a page in length. It took me a solid three days to read through them all and I was floored by the quality of insight people sent. 

So first of all, a hearty thank you to all who contributed and helped create this article.

While going through the emails what surprised me the most was just how consistent some of the advice was. The same 5-6 pieces of advice came up over and over and over again in different forms across literally 100s of emails. It seems that there really are a few core pieces of advice that are particularly relevant to this decade of your life. 


Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing shares some of his money wisdom, outlining an inspirational five-year plan to improve one’s lot in life

This article is translated from the original Chinese by Edmund Ng at CeoConnectz.

photo grabbed from google
Suppose your monthly income is only RMB 2,000, you can live well. I can help you put money into five sets of funds. The first $600, second $400, third $300, fourth $200, fifth $500.

The first set of funds is used for living expenses. It’s a simple way of living and you can only be assigned to less than twenty dollars a day. A daily breakfast of vermicelli, an egg and a cup of milk. For lunch just have a simple set lunch, a snack and a fruit. For dinner go to your kitchen and cook your own meals that consist of two vegetables dishes and a glass of milk before bedtime. 

For one month the food cost is probably $500-$600. When you are young, the body will not have too many problems for a few years with this way of living.

Saturday, May 24, 2014


General Santos the former Dadiangas in the southernmost part of SOCCSKSARGEN region in Mindanao is an elusive place of a visit for the whole existence of me since the family don't have any relatives there to our knowledge nor heard of the unraveling attractions when there's likely a number. I remember I have only been there twice but for a very brief stopover to South Cotabato. That is why, we have to do this trip nothing but now (pack up amigos!); here's to the random sights we've been. (See also Gumasa, Glan)

Rest House at Mt. Zion. I'm afraid to tell this place is not accessible to public because this is owned 
by a  private owner in the persons of Nazareth Family.

Friday, May 23, 2014


Every vacation or shall I say work leave I had spent back home (Philippines), I couldn't afford to miss trying new places and often times it happens to be that beach! I mean the BEACH! I don't know, maybe because it's always the time to eat grilled seafoods, barbecues; quench with alcohols and breathe an amount of fresh air out of the city. This time we spend it in the shores of Gumasa, Glan, Sarangani Province. I enjoyed this trip because were in big numbers. (See also General Santos City)

Gumasa Beach

Monday, May 19, 2014


Happy! I get to extend my HK trip a day longer because the supposed side trip to Macau will no longer eat up the much needed time I would take in conquering the spots listed in my itinerary since the urgent call for temporary duty there rise up to the occasion. (see Macau blog)

just trying to be artsy... after I took a shot of this, a number of people smiled next to me and took the same shot... I think it's the bluetooth for "nice idea, move over and let me try it."

Sunday, May 18, 2014


Ruins of St. Paul. Usual flock of tourists a.ka. your photo bombers the whole day from 8am. 
I never expected that my supposed 1-day side trip to Macau from HK would turn to be a 10-day duration. Unfortunately, t'was bittersweet for me because the main purpose of the trip is to work my ass off to catch up some commencement delays of the expansion project our company had in there. Heck, I always favoured more the circumstance to the pleasure than the job in any way possible. (See HK blog)

Thursday, May 1, 2014


When I was young... I never needed anyone... (crap! too many songs in the world, I could barely pop a tune all over me in my head) To the top!

When I was young, I used to turn off my humanity towards dogs; turned my affection for them to abomination. Remember when we’re clumsy kids and we stumble with our face first to the sturdiness of the furnitures? We cried screaming at the top of our lungs (what's going on!) veeerrry angry aiming to get back at the furniture to contain our bitter blaming…That feeling! D’you feel me?

As to why I reach the point of loathing dogs then? (let's say you care.)

First story, my father’s. It was a gloomy morning as I dip and nibble a morsel of bread brushing round my cup of coffee, a little girl with her grandma got down of the trike alongside the highway heading home with a basket full of produce bought apparently from the wet market. Just a few walks away, a very loud howling ‘askal’ (local) dog coming from like nowhere attacked the little girl directing to her face. Quick response from the grandma to her granddaughter’s defense, the basket took charge of the beating but it did not stop the pooch from snatching her wrist all for the killer bite. As the assault progresses, it caught my father’s attention; with no second thoughts, he run into the scenario empty-handed of anything for resistance. (hero be like!) Not as successful as it was hoped to be, the dauntless dog continues to be aggressive managing to crunch both my father’s arms. Patience out and adrenaline is rushing, my father muddles through by grabbing both the dog’s legs and fleetingly followed it with a hard smash to the ground in succession. The dog was weakened and partly unconscious right after that instance and wails a forbearing sound. The hapless victims quickly underwent an anti-rabies shots and it was found out that the dog was deranged for a couple of days in a cage and reached the peak of its twisted fate that fine gloomy morning.

Sunday, April 13, 2014


Nothing can be more close to heavenly than attending mass to these beautiful Roman Catholic cathedrals here in Singapore. Of the 31 churches, I find these worship houses below the best in Architecture. And because I haven't tried my new Canon EOS M mirrorless camera into a dry run, these Churches are the perfect feat! Plus, I get to celebrate this year's Holy Week a little bit extraordinary.

1. Church of St. Teresa (1929)
Address : 510 Kampong Bahru Road, Singapore 099446 (View Map)
Tel : 62711184 / Fax : 62711175
Website :

Nearest MRT Station: Outram Park (EW21/NE3-Green/Purple Line)
Bus Services to the Church and Carmelite Monastery : 61, 124, 143, 166

Tuesday, January 14, 2014


Aware of the possible progression of low air pressure days before the weekend affair, the family insisted to go in good faith that everything will fall in our favor. Through the years, the insistence is always based on our traditional and superficial ways of asking signs to our Lord Almighty. Given that I have made this blog, God is and always reasonable to his answers. As an overseas worker in Singapore where annual vacation is limited to a maximum of 14 days ONLY, it is imperative sometimes to push the planned pleasure trip against all odds to satisfy your soul. (soul gyud?) But yes, it is for me.  

The whole duration of travel to Mati City was raining with varying rainfall intensity municipality after municipality but it never reached the downpour to heavy. The whole night is no different but the rain took a break around 8pm for an hour and then the raining continues.

I think January is a surfing season in most parts of Mindanao just like Siargao. They say the 
best waves are during the months of December to February- they say.


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