Everyone was excited as we hopped on the van that collected us from the Changi airport. And then Harold revealed that we’re gonna be staying on different hotels, and then silence. I never felt the gloom for I was engrossed gazing upon the misty window, my first sight of the Lion City. One by one we were dropped at our assigned hotels and I realized that I was the last one left. I continued with my reveries.
Sunday, April 13, 2014
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
A day before the 2014 ranking of the world’s most expensive cities to live in (by the Economist Intelligence Unit) went out to public I was invited to grace the Skyscanner Asia Pacific Region’s Bloscars Travel Award 2014 event. With three of my fellow Filipino travel bloggers, we represented the country for the regional event. And yes, we were flown to the most expensive city for free!
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Monday, March 3, 2014
And the winner is… No, not me. But almost. I’m the First Princess in The Skyscanner’s Philippine Bloscars Travel Award 2014, very Miss World. And I was asking, what are my responsibilities then for being the First Runner Up. Nobody answered me. I was thinking if the awardee (Congratulations Lantaw) couldn’t fulfill his duties of being this year’s winner then I will replace him. Just kidding.
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
It was five in the morning and the fowls were doing their morning throat exercises. After fifteen minutes of frostiness on Basco streets, we heard the sound of happiness. Our jeepney. It stopped in front of us. We peeped inside and saw that it’s jam packed; human souls up to its access door. Certainly no room for us. And then it struck me. Topload. Our frail and cold bodies pushed its way up to the roof. We had to find a way to sit fittingly with the stuff stowed there. He sat on a tiny space as I firmly sat on a native woven chair which was tightly tied on the roof. Very sleek. Like a princess on a homecoming thing, well not.