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Doors Around the World

February 9, 2016 – I just turned 36 and I rarely take bathroom selfies. 4 years from now, my life will begin. That’s what they say, life begins at 40 but for me life begins at 36. Right now, I feel like I am starting my life all over again. I am starting to do […] CONTINUE READING →

First Quarter Storm

While I was about to write this personal post, the words “First Quarter Storm” just came about as a title. Very appropriate indeed. The First Quarter Storm was a period of leftist unrest in the Philippines, composed of a series of heavy demonstrations, protests, and marches against the government from January to March 1970, or […] CONTINUE READING →

People Make Glasgow

Dear Erwin, I finally decided to write a post about our trip to Glasgow, Scotland last August. While browsing the photos, I find it terribly hard to fit all the activities we did for just a day in a single blog post. Imagine? So I guess it is indispensable to write about it in several […] CONTINUE READING →

I Should Have Kilt It

I know I should have. I did it before. Haven’t you? You know wearing some sort of chequered skirt that sometimes other people likened it to a table cloth? I mean the kilt. Wikipedia – The kilt is a knee-length garment with pleats at the rear, originating in the traditional dress of men and boys in the Scottish Highlands of the 16th century. […] CONTINUE READING →

Hello from the UK

house of parliament It’s been a while since I’ve updated this blog and I know it’s awful. What is awesome however is the reason behind it. I am currently snapping photos of such amazing places here in the United Kingdom for my 40-day holiday. I have been to most of it in 2008 and 2011, but what makes […] CONTINUE READING →

JetSetGo : EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND

 Edinburgh is the capital City of Scotland. The old and new towns of Edinburgh together comprise one of the most beautiful cityscapes in the world, inscribed by UNESCO as a world heritage. Mix n’ Match. Im wearing a skirt from Sari2x, blazer from Loalde, shawl borrowed from Te Ed and gladiator sandals from Next. Edinburgh […] CONTINUE READING →