Weekend Warfare: A Photo Diary

Last weekend, Ame, Marco, and I decided to head to the beach. I was just out from work that morning and we were all craving for a roadtrip.

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We got lost a couple of times. We were looking for Burot beach in Calatagan, Batangas. Waze can’t seem to help us so we followed whatever sign we saw and ended up in Cape Santiago. Behind the greenery is a kick ass lighthouse but we didn’t visit anymore.

The unpaved road to Cape Santiago looks like a set in Maleficent – I can imagine Jolie poking out of somewhere, smirking and casting a spell.

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We then succumbed to the fact that we don’t wanna go home til we taste the sea. So we asked around and actually arrived there. When we reached Burot, it was getting dark. We decided to make a bonfire. It was kind of a first time for me. Burned my fingers a few times.

Marco with a case of pyromania lol

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Anyway, everybody, this is my good friend Ame and she’s an awesome photographer —

Pardon the selfie face.

Ame’s vantage:

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I need another weekend.

Grand Palace, Wat Arun, and other temples: A Photo Diary

We took a whole day to visit some temples in Thailand. Now, there are a lot of temples in Thailand but we managed to pack in only two — The Grand Palace (which has a lot of temples and museums in one complex) and the Temple of Dawn, Wat Arun. It was fun taking the ferry to and from the two sides of the river. Thailand is truly a marriage of the old and the new, fusing modernity with tradition and religiosity.

P.S. I have notes here how to get to these temples from Silom/Sukhumvit without taking a cab

Thailand Creative and Design Center

So on our first night in Thailand, we decided we want to see a museum. Yeah, I know it’s kind of a foolish idea to even think to go to the museum beyond 6pm, unless they have a special event or a gala. But not in Thailand I guess, as the TCDC is open until 9pm and is inside a mall. How cool is that!

The Emporium is an upscale mall/department store along Sukhumvit

The exhibit when we visited was all about the history of design around the world! It was lovely walking through collections of some of the design world’s greatest inventions.

Tamagotchi is the forefather of Nintendogs and other pet-based game. Japan, you rock! And oh, I heard the app is coming to iOS soon?

The TCDC in Thailand has a library of design archives. I guess students in the creative field, or maybe hobbyists will benefit from this. 

The icing on the cake is the The Shop @ TCDC! Seriously, this museum shop has got to be the awesomest that I’ve ever seen! It’s full of quirky stuff (that you prolly won’t need, but will make you buy!) from Thai designers to others from around the world! I had fun just looking at the various collections, I don’t know maybe spent 1-2 hours just looking. at. everything. So pretty aka this space trumps any other high end shops for me!

I wish there are more museums like this.

Photos taken using an iPhone 5

Thailand Creative and Design Center
6/F Emporium 622 Sukhumvit Rd
Take BTS Skytrain to Phrom Phong
+662 664 8448
Tu-Su 10:30-21:00h

First few hours in Thailand

Wow! Has it really been just six months since I was on a trip? It feels like forever though. Not that I don’t like my job now (which admittedly was one of the reasons why I went on this trip. When I do most times, I need to clear my head.) Now I just wanna go… especially I get to use my leaves now! *brings out a map, closes eyes, drops a pen* Wanderlust is real, once you pop you just can’t stop!

We arrived in Bangkok via Poipet border before dusk coming from a temple-tramping beer-swiggin’ adventure in Siem Reap. It was a painful six-hour (was it, or eight?) overland trip. While I made it clear to drop us at Silom, where we stayed in Bangkok, the minivan driver decided to drop us at Khao San Road instead. I didn’t know what to do already, and we really didn’t want to take the cab. So with huge backpacks, and tired selves determined to take a shower and stretch our legs and feet, we walked to the Chao Phraya pier and took the Skytrain to the hotel. I know what it feels to be tired, but it’s different when you’re in transit for almost half a day already.

But I was so ready for the night! Even I surprise myself when I’m traveling. All we needed was to freshen up in the hotel, stretch a little, then we were headed out again.

I was so determined to see the Thailand Creative and Design Center, which is just a train ride away. But that’s for another post just because I was so thrilled to see a museum inside a mall. After visiting the museum though, we took a short train ride to Thong Lo to see if we can grab something to eat. By then, I can imagine how famished we were for some Thai food!

It’ll help a lot if you get a reloadable rabbit card for your stay in Bangkok!

Just a few walks away from the station was this strip of street food vendors and some hole-in-the-wall eateries. In the middle of the busy buildings and roaring roads was this street which I forgot where the food was without frills and null of any pretension. I was so thrilled to see it not that crowded too like what we see in travel shows. I guess this is not the main thoroughfare for street food, but idc really. Food was good, and the people were friendly – a couple expats here and there, and locals as well!

We settled in this eatery and ordered phad thai, and spring rolls. Then a couple struts would bring you to a satay stand and just beside it was a drink stand (Thai milk tea for me of course!)

We tried to find Ella’s favorite banana-milo crepe but to no avail. Plus we were full anyway! That mean phad thai can really get you filled to the brim. Wash it with Thai milk tea and it’s the perfect end to a meal. I wish I can find that good of a plate of phad thai here in Manila!

A walk around the Thong Lo neighborhood was a sight in itself, too. It’s not urban escape for nothing. Design is strong in this country, and I hope it continues to grow. I like the minimalist touches, and the subtle merge between traditional and contemporary. It’s weird but I do get giddy when I see design this good. Plus, here in Thong Lo, you can notice that there’s a lot of izakayas, ramen-ya’s, and teppanyaki places, among others serving authentic Japanese fare. It’s because it’s the Little Tokyo around here. (A clue where I’m planning to go next *crosses fingers*)

We did stroll at the mall near our hotel, and found these pretty restaurants

I was tempted to buy one of each at a local specialty bookstore!

It wasn’t a fast nor a slow night. We just wanted to take it easy and stroll around the neighborhood, as the following day we were headed to the Grand Palace to see some temples.

Few more tips when in Bangkok!

  • We were mostly in Sukhumvit and Silom, and that left us no time for Khao San Road — where there is relatively cheap food and booze plus backpackers (ergo, cheap accommodation as well!). I’d love to go back there and have the full Khao San experience!
  • What Sukhumvit and Silom lost in grittiness and temple-tramping, they make up for with museums and cafes around. I love that there’s even a museum inside the mall! It’s a fast-paced neighborhood, but it’s you who really choose the pace anyway.
  • Oh, and malls abound the city center, too! Take the train to Siam station for the more famous malls like Siam Paragon and MBK Center.
  • Speaking of coping, you’d never need to worry about your mobile phone bill with Globe Telecom’s fixed roaming rates on mobile surfing! Enjoy unlimited mobile surfing while in Bangkok for just PhP 599. You don’t even need to register, that easy! Learn more here.
  • There is no direct train to Rattanakosin, where the Grand Palace and other temples are.  So you may need to take the Chao Phraya Express Boat to get there without taking a cab.
  • From Sukhumvit or Silom line, take the BTS Skytrain to Saphan Taksin, then find the pier just near the station. Get off at Tha Chang pier for the Grand Palace, at Tha Tien for Wat Pho (Reclining Buddha).
  • Take the ferry shuttle in Tha Tien to take you across the river in Thonburi for Wat Arun.
  • The Wat Arun is majestic at night!
  • Also, take the boat if you want a scenic way to see both sides of the river (Old and New Bangkok). Mingle with locals and expats alike, and get to know their everyday life by way of the river.
  • If I had more time in this place, I’d probably gone to see the local third wave coffee scene. But that’s for another visit, I suppose.

Photos taken using an iPhone 5

What’s going on and distracted thoughts, basically

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It’s been a while since I posted something personal here. I guess I am all so caught up catching up with real life that sometimes I forget to update. However, whenever I post here, I feel excited too, because I have a lot of stories to share (not necessarily would matter to you though.) So that’s one thing too — so much to tell, so distracted to start with, so little time. And speaking of time, I’m still adjusting to my new sched (follow me on Twitter, to tired to talk about this haha aka lame trick to have you follow me on Twitter.) Most of the time I’m cramming in sleep and always half-afraid I won’t wake up on time. One day, I’ll be able to adjust (I hope.) And my fascination with parenthetical phrases is back.

(I saw this from some of the blogs I follow and have some time in my hands, so I gave it a try.)

What I’m writing: And when I say I’m distracted, it means I’ve been watching, reading, listening, working on a lot of things. One of the things eating up my time is making my itineraries for my upcoming trips. I don’t want to share it for now, but I will, though, soon. Basically, I’m just getting OC’d by everything — from budget to the stuff I need (ehem, want) to bring to the accommodations and to the exact time I want to be in where. It’s eating me up, and next time I know it’s time to sleep or go to work. I just hope all my obsession in reading up on all these places results to a good trip or even an enthusiasm to keep up with my blog, hehe. (Relentless plug though: go read my Cambodia series.)

(Also brb’d too many times because I’m keeping up with exchanging tabs and work and tweets and oh who’s that boy over Tumblr, gah. Distracted.)

What I’m drinking (right now): A large cup of Iced Americano from Seattle’s Best and a cup of Coke Zero. Yeah, caffeine.

What I’m watching:


As if I am not distracted enough, I am now in the mission to backtrack the X-men legacy through past media aka film, comic books, and wikia (because internet is awesome) because Days of Future Past had delineated and distorted every bit of what I know of the X-men timeline. I am not particularly the comic book geek but I have loved X-men since Jubilee was the gayest mutant and every bit of gayness in my body longed to be Storm in the animation series circa 90’s. Also, Wolverine’s butt (bless you Huge Jackman), Fassbender and his excellent delivery of Magneto, McAvoy as a disheveled hipster Charles X. Xavier, AND WHO WOULD’VE THOUGHT Evan Peters is the best actor to portray Quicksilver — with his excellent, excellent psychoweirdo style of acting (Hello, American Horror Story Season 4) Told ya, I am one distracted overly gay person. And I want to buy that omnibus.

What I’m reading:

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I’m about to finish Haruki Murakami’s Dance Dance Dance after my bout with distraction to finish reading a novel. Again, I’m sorely distracted. I usually stop reading Murakami novels in the middle then binge on it after I recover from a whirlwind of emotions. Murakami never fails to put me in an emotional centrifuge spinning intermittently between fast and faster. With Dance, Dance, Dance; I stopped after the nameless narrator (most of his narrators are nameless idky) met Sheep Man because I can’t wrap my head fully on how he played with parallel universes and how there is a clairvoyant and everything is connected and IamtalkinglikeSheepManalready. (That’s my best shot at not spoiling anyone who would want to read it.) Then I decided to binge on it again, and I think I need another break before I start on another Murakami binge. I know my reading pattern is unconventional but it’s how I cope with my distracted self.

What I’m eating: Now? None. Because it’s no-cal Saturdays. No, don’t listen to me. Go eat! I’m not healthy. Kthanksbye.

What I’m thinking:


New York, now and then will always pique my interest. Be it the 50’s Beatniks or the 80’s gay revolution, idc it’s New York. I had an epiphany last night while I was working and reading this New York Times article and realized that New York, no matter how dark, decadent, and degenerated (to some, not to me) it is, has so much story to tell. Every nook and cranny of Gotham has some odd legend or generation and oddly enough as well I love hearing their stories. One of these stories is The Normal Heart, Ryan Murphy’s much-awaited telling of the gay revolution in New York right after the spike of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Aside from being a valuable addition to my ever-growing HIV/AIDS media collection, it is also an interesting tale of people who lived beautifully amidst a tumultuous decade. Read the New York Times article above before watching and be drawn to stories of people who fought the fight – and how they fought and how they are fighting until now.

(By now, I have acknowledged that this might have thrown you in a whirlwind of thoughts about me. I can also feel you say I’m weird.)

Basically, what I wanna say:

I don’t quite know how to end this post. I just want to document what’s going on with me and to touch base with you. Also, to share what I’ve been binging on, and eventually realize that I am so distracted and I’m blathering most of the time. (Why, Jonver. Y.)

kthanksbaiiiiiiii~

P.S. I’m thinking of a way to concretize my thoughts more because I just can’t go on distracted all my life. Halp! (Especially with my parenthetical tendencies.)

Love at first sight: Pub Street

Siem Reap might be big, but there aren’t a lot of things happening in this town. Pub Street is the biggest night out scene in REP and I bet the partyphile on you won’t be able to resist the happenings around here. From night markets to street food to restaurants to pubs (duh), you won’t run out of things to do in Pub Street. It’s an organized chaos around here, that’s why I loved it the moment I laid my eyes on it (not exaggerating — even before going, while browsing online!)

20140510-091253.jpg Big ol’ Jenny-no-Jenny Johnny is kinda big around here

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20140510-091312.jpg This massive and random bookstore is a welcome peaceful corner in the midst of all chaos

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Pub Street is a mish mash of everything in a tiny convoluted array of streets. It would be easy to get lost, but hey we really didn’t mind if we got lost a bit — because everywhere you go just seems lively and so… full of boys (there I said it!) Everyone’s so friendly and cheerful — them foreigners and locals alike love to holla at ‘ya whenever wherever. You’ll feel like this is just your usual pub in your usual city… just with a tropical climate to boot.

20140510-091345.jpg The neon signs signals your entry to the playful streets

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The food doesn’t disappoint as well. As long as you have a nose for good food and great crowd — you’ll never run out of places to eat at. Choices are abounding as well – some with apsara dancers, and some with that music you might have left at home but were badly missing. There is something in Cambodia that tries so hard to make you feel at home.

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If you’re tired chugging Angkor beer and spicy chow, head to the night market – a few struts away from the main happenings. Don’t be apprehended by “You lady, what you want,” or “Mister, mister you want?” from the locals who are trying to make a living. Just politely say no if you don’t want to buy. Or feel free to haggle — I  did have more shopping done here than I did in Bangkok because haggling is just so fun to do!

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The best part that I liked about Pub Street is how the whole street is a hotpot of different cultures – whether local or foreign, Asian or Caucasian. Everyone’s just there to have fun – get drunk, high, or bloated. Everyone wants to meet everyone. You just need to have your best brave intoxicated self (as for me, that is) to introduce yourself and ask for names. Ask people where they’re from, what they do in life. What brings them to Siem Reap? Most relevantly, have they been to the temples? This French couple we met were just incredible travellers – having been in Siem Reap for the second time around and absolutely loving it so far. I really enjoyed listening to stories of far away lands, where I might have never been. It makes me long to see the world more. It makes me long to learn more, walk more, climb some more. It makes me feel alive.

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Ella left me for a while. I followed where the lights are, and where the people are dancing. I’ve made some friends, some I flirted about. Thanks to the buzz I have in my head til the morning. But some are just lonesome rangers of the night that won’t budge (that Latino wearing a muscle shirt in Linga is one tough nut to crack.) Meeting eyes with eyes, a shot for a shot. I found myself in a shithole where the sobriety of the night is only the hush whispers the walls make. A young Moroccan with the most expressive deep-set eyes to my left, and a seasoned (emphasis) British businessman who has seen half of the world to my right. Hush talks, laughs. Let the serendipity work. The alcohol did its work as well. But not that day, I thought.

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I was back to my friend, who enjoyed her banana-milo crepe in the middle of the street, and who wishes she can bring it to Manila. Ella thinks of the endless shift hours she makes at the hospital she works at. I thought of the guys I could’ve done that day. But we were in the middle of a happy street. And we were just happy. That’s all we need to know.

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Photos taken from iPhone 5

Laboracay with Steve Aoki, Cedric Gervais, and Globe Telecom on May 3-4

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Selfies In The Angkor

Nope, my Cambodia series is not yet over. But I’ll take a break from temples. Because at the end of the day, the amount of selfies taken in a day matters. No kidding.

20140415-144815.jpg Gone drinking at the famous and never-miss Angkor What?!

20140415-144956.jpg I may be a scaredy cat but a selfie while trembling atop the Angkor Wat is a must.

20140415-144831.jpg Ella couldn’t resist as well!

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20140415-144939.jpg Mommy, save meeeeeeeeee! Those are stairs but half steps are still half steps!

20140415-144840.jpg The Bayon temple is a great spot for meditating… and getting your vanity fixes.

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20140415-144932.jpg The silhouette of the Khmer stupa is sucha nice backdrop for a morning sefie, post-hangover.

20140415-144851.jpg Take others’ selfie when they took yours. (But isn’t that a non-selfie already?)

20140415-144908.jpg Two things (no not because you’re seeing double of me) — This is a panorama experiment gone fail, and that caucasian hunk at the right side

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20140415-144919.jpg And we’re off to Pub Street for some drinks and boys!!! 

Up next: Pub Street! Read the other entries on my Cambodia series here!

The 2014 Globe Adventure

The Globe Store in Boracay

This for y’all who crave for a summer adventure this holy week!

Globe Telecom is launching The 2014 Globe Adventure in Boracay Island, an exciting race-like activity open to all on April 17-20, 2014 from 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM, where participants can secure stamps from finishing tasks in each of the stations around the island and even take home Globe freebies upon completion of the activities.

Participants who complete the stamps will automatically get exclusive VIP passes to the Globe Wave Party on April 17 and 19 at the Wave Bar with free drinks and a chance to win handsets from device partners from the raffle festivities.

On top of the wonderful summer adventure, Globe subscribers are also entitled to a free multi-cab ride from Cagban Port to Budget Mart. Non-Globe subscribers can still take advantage of the free boat ride by purchasing a Globe prepaid SIM or activating a new Globe postpaid line.

Apart from a more intensified network complete with Long Term Evolution (LTE) coverage, Globe also presents the Globe Store located at D-Mall in Station 2. Opened last March 2013, the store offers live demo units of the latest and top-of-the-line gadgets and accessories, as well as superior customer service and after-sales support.

 

Temple-tramping the Angkor, Part 2

And our temple-tramping adventure continues deeper into the heart of Angkor. The Angkor Wat isn’t the only temple in the park. I used to believe that it is the only thing there, and I was overwhelmed by all the temples within Angkor. The Angkor Thom is an older temple complex and home to the most enduring empire in Khmer history. Inside Angkor Thom, we found the Bayon, Baphuon, and Phimeanakas temples. Also included in this is Ta Keo, Ta Prohm, and Banteay Kdei from the temples in towards the East. You may also see some elephant rides for hire starting from here. I think it starts from $20 and up. Wasn’t so sure because we didn’t ride the elephants.

The entrance to Angkor Thom is marked by the Bayon faces

The Bayon temple has the that Khmer architecture with a bajillion faces on ’em. Some say they’re the faces of emperors, some say they’re of the bodhisattvas

The faces are everywhere! They look serene and peaceful and looking at ’em all day just makes me wanna meditate. At this point too, I had the slightest inkling to smoke… it was hard to resist but I waited till lunch because the smoking area is near the makeshift restaurants near Angkor Thom. Climbing also seemed to be a challenge already, because it was nearing lunchtime and the sun was harsh. The steps were really just half steps and one wrong move will have you tumbling down in a very unclassy Jack and Jill manner. You don’t like that. Besides, Ta Keo has a lot of steeper stairs to climb so train while in Bayon!

These temples are actually functional temples, so tramp with care, silence, and respect.

The apsara engravings are still everywhere. These sprites guard the walls with utmost class.

Baphuon temple lies just beside Bayon

Baphuon looks like an Incan ceremonial sacrifice mountain. I get glimpses of the last scenes in Apocalypto where the Incans are sacrificing their POWs to prevent the solar eclipse. But that’s irrelevant, I just wanted you to have an idea how somehow it was creepy… and again steep. I no longer know how much I’ve used the word steep for this series. Haha!

Ta Keo was being renovated when we were there

Now if there was one temple steeper than the others, that would be Ta Keo. At 2pm, the scorching heat on our backs, and more than a dozen half steps and Jack and Jill waiting to happen, this one appeared to be a challenge. But when we got to the top, it all felt so good — having climbed all those steps, having looked all those dizzying heights. We can’t help it but to feel the air and spread our arms.

But the climbing down is much more difficult, actually.

And one the final temple we went to (jeez, by then we were thinking what a day it has been) is filled with Tomb Raider realness. This is where, Lara Croft – in all her pouting and temple tumbling prowess – battled the forces of evil. While it looked like a battle-ridden field, the battle is between man and nature, really. Ta Prohm is one of the heavily ruined (pun intended) temples in the archaeological complex. Trees sprung out from the temples and broke the stone walls. It looks like some kind of medieval war happened here, but with nets instead maybe?

This guy is just too hard to resist not to take a picture of, but I couldn’t muster the courage to do so upfront. So there. 

And another hunk along Banteay Kdei (don’t know how to pronounce)

The Angkor Cafe provides refreshments for those who needs respite… and wifi!

The monks wander freely, and contrary to popular belief, talk to people.

After a whole day of temple tramping, we got a glimpse of the once great Khmer empire and a feel of Cambodia’s most essential religious and political history. I’d like to be back here soon and visit the other temples we missed. And all those cute guys doing a temple run as well! Teehee 😛

This is a series of posts about my trip in Cambodia and Thailand:

Temple-tramping the Angkor, Part 1
Banyan Leaf Hotel in Cambodia
Primer: How to get to REP, Cambodia

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