It was a Sunday, so first: Church!
On the third day, we ate, we biked, and we
conquered got lost!
My personal rule of thumb when traveling: ALWAYS GO FOR THE ICONS FIRST.
“I want Taiwan!”
That’s exactly what I said when major things I had planned this year, all suddenly took a different turn.
I don’t know about you, but I always looked forward to trips to Manila so I can have my Dairy Queen Blizzard fix. But hey Cebu, we can finally have one without having to get on a plane!
We’ve all heard it a million times–applying for a US Tourist Visa is one of the most horrific experiences a Filipino can go through in this lifetime. And it truly is. Well, it depends.
I admit, I never really watched this 2016 Korean drama series, except for the times when I would leave the TV on while doing something else. But I always thought something looked familiar.
Back in Incheon after a long bus ride from Busan, we caught ourselves in the middle of a busy sidewalk, with thousands of university studs racing their way into the open grounds of Inha University.
You need not go the distance anymore for a seafood feast as Talisay’s famous Manang Julings Kilawan opens its first branch in Cebu City.
I was watching the trailer of the film Black Panther when suddenly, “hey, that looks familiar!”
My third trip to Korea wasn’t just seeing new places, but also revisiting old ones which we didn’t explore as much on the first time (like Songdo on my previous post). One of those is Seoraksan National Park.
Unrecognizable. But in a good way.
Remember I told you we had to get up real early to make it to our call-time, and performed under the noon sun for 40 minutes? Well, this is it.
Third time’s a charm? I only say so because I failed to achieve my goal of taking higher quality photos on my first 2 visits to Korea. Now I guess I finally got it right on the 3rd time!
It seems just like last year when we first stepped foot in Korea . Yet here we are now, we’ve just gotten back from our third music ministry tour in the land which we can now somehow call home.
Congratulations! After studying pretty much all of your life, you’re here, about to celebrate one of the greatest milestones in your life — GRADUATION!
Some decades ago, people knew how to dress appropriately. It’s quite different from the age today where, on the positive side, fashion creativity flourished, but people have all just been after what’s flashy and trendy, and have somehow lost respect for what is proper or modest.
What is extraordinary?
A treat that’s not too sweet?