Posts, Purpose

They Responded

Times have changed. Read the paper, watch the news, or just scroll through your Facebook wall, and you'll see all sorts of bad news. These sights make it so easy to lose faith in humanity. But we can't. We just can't. If you have been following my blog, you probably have already read about my… Continue reading They Responded

Posts, Purpose

The Story of My Hammock Chair

In August of 2009, I was given what I consider, so far,  as the biggest break in my career. I was given the opportunity to travel to Nicaragua and train the leadership team of the site that we were about to launch then. It was what opened so many other adventures for me - enjoy… Continue reading The Story of My Hammock Chair

Places, Plates, Posts

Our Expenses To and From Boracay (2014)

Last weekend, while some parts of the country were preparing for a rainy weekend, we headed to Boracay. We have booked this flight since January of this year to celebrate the birthday of a dear friend. I am writing a separate entry of how the trip went. But for this post, I want to talk… Continue reading Our Expenses To and From Boracay (2014)

Places, Posts

Parque Nacional Volcan Masaya in Nicaragua

Five years ago, I had a chance to cross out an item on my bucket list - to be near the crater of an active volcano. It was a travel to remember.  Volcan de Masaya, is located in Parque Nacional Volcan Masaya, which is in the Western part of Nicaragua. The park was established in 1979 and is… Continue reading Parque Nacional Volcan Masaya in Nicaragua

People, Places, Plates, Posts

Atching Lillian’s Kitchen

Lillian Lising Borromeo is known as the Guardian of Kapampangan Kitchen. She is famous for cooking native dishes of Pampanga using the traditional ways she learned from her ancestors. She has guested in a lot of TV programs showcasing her cooking prowess. She has also been awarded for her efforts to keep her culinary genius… Continue reading Atching Lillian’s Kitchen