I don’t know about you, but as cliché as it sounds I experienced a “Love at first sight” with Siargao the moment I stepped foot on the Island. With its palm trees and sea breeze? Any beach baby like me couldn’t ask for more other than a coconut water in my hands and lots of sunscreen to slather in my body. I know you’ll probably get sick of me repeating the word “Siargao” in this post but seriously, I can’t help it! I always have had high expectations with the said Island even before it was a hit on our Instagram feeds. And to tell you honestly, Siargao did not disappoint! Continue Reading
There is nothing I expect in Boston other than it houses the best universities in the world! I like how simple and English town like the city is. It actually feels like Mystic falls from The Vampire Diaries if you ask me!
Quick history trivia! The history of Old Fort Niagara spans more than 300 years. During the colonial wars in North America a fort at the mouth of the Niagara River was vital, for it controlled access to the Great Lakes and the westward route to the heartland of the continent. And that’s just the top of the iceberg. I wish I’d like to elaborate more of its history but I fell asleep half through the discussion becuase I woke up pretty early that day. Lol Continue Reading
After weeks of stressing out on certain things I immediately said Yes to my friends invite last week and never really thought of what I am getting into. She just asked me if I was free and the rest was history. I never knew this activity existed, heck, I never knew there was one in Davao that started years ago. Maybe I should explore more of what my city has to offer! Continue Reading
Never in my mind my Mom would insert this day tour of the Niagara Falls (America border) in our itinerary. Basically, we made a 3 day tour on this part of the state since my Aunt suggested we should see other cities while in America. She didn’t want us to stay that long in New York City for some reason – she said it can be toxic and overwhelming. And it was half true! Since we are just 6 hours away from the Majestic Falls, why not see and experience it for ourselves? By the way, my Mom was really giddy on riding the boat near the falls.
Founded in 1951 by Corning Glass Works as a gift to the nation for the company’s 100th anniversary, the Corning Museum of Glass is a not-for-profit museum dedicated to telling the story of a single material – Glass. Thomas S. Buechner, who would later become director of the Brooklyn Museum, was the founding director of the glass museum, serving in the post from 1951 to 1960 and again from 1973 to 1980.