Live To Feel Stories

All of us have stories to tell… and each story we can learn a lesson or two. If there is one thing I learned from living past quarter (yuck, I’m past quarter already okay). I for one particularly enjoy hearing other people’s stories – I love listening to them, I live for those stories because I think I look forward for my own unique experiences

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BATANES DAY 1: Cute Basco Airport, Marfel Lodge, and North Batan Tour

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Airports will always be a place of comfort for me. I know, I know… Our airport here in Manila is not the one you’ll exactly call comfortable – but the impending sense of going away is always a welcome feeling, and I can disregard all others. Especially, after I get through the boarding gate.
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A year ago I bought not necessarily the cheapest flight, but relatively affordable ticket to Batanes – the northernmost island in the Philippines. I had to wait for a year before I can go… and I chose to go on my birthday week. It was the first time I am not spending my birthday with family and friends, not to mention alone, and I am kind of excited. I was breaking the quarter age, and I was getting a bit emotional when the trip was upcoming.IMG_6408

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They say, the northernmost islands are only two hours away from Taiwan. But why isn’t there a flight from Batanes to Taiwan… Hmmmmm. I wonder. Batanes is where the Pacific meets the West Philippine Sea, and is also where most typhoons from the northeast come first. It is known to be beautiful and picturesque – and I was about to find if her secrets are true. IMG_6413IMG_6416

It was a nice plane ride from Manila. It was drizzling when the plane took off, myself a bit afraid that a typhoon might come. True enough on our third day, there was light rain – a typhoon passed by real quick. The place I was gonna stay at is just five minutes away from the airport. Marfel’s Lodge, one of the well-known homestays owned by a sweet lady affectionately called Ate Fe by locals, was my home for almost a week in this island. The place is simple, but it is enough. IMG_6418IMG_6420IMG_6423IMG_6424

The vernacular for thank you – Dios Mamajes always greets you when you go out of the house.IMG_6425IMG_6426

Tukon Stone Church (Mt. Carmel)IMG_6427

The nice guys at Marfel also assisted me to book a tour. I preferred to do the tour even though I just came from work. We went to the north of the island, aptly called North Batan, to sample ourselves with the wonders of both god- and man-made sights on the islands. At Day 1 we were spoiled by rolling hills, stone churches, and endless horizons. What an appropriate way to start a vacation!IMG_6429IMG_6430IMG_6432IMG_6434IMG_6435

PAG-ASA Weather Station – One of the places that I was particularly interested at (read: geeking at) was the weather station. There was a mainframe in their satellite office, and we can see that burgeoning typhoon from the northeast. Happy to know that PAG-ASA is not just guessing weather forecasts. IMG_6436
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Dipnaysupuan Japanese Tunnel – They said that the Japanese used these tunnels as their base back in World War 2, but the people (rather, men) of Batanes made it. The place was very very very very creepy.  IMG_6441IMG_6446IMG_6448IMG_6449

Valugan Beach – thousands and thousands and maybe even millions of boulders that are spat from the nearby volcano Mt. Iraya thousands of years ago can be found here. You can’t swim here, oh no you can’t. Unless you brought a suicide note and wanted your own concussion. But the view, ah let me tell you about what I saw. The weathered rocks on the beach was peaceful to look at. I could stay here for a day with a book or a drink and just watch the sun rise and set. This also happens to be one of my favorite places in Batanes. IMG_6454IMG_6457IMG_6461

Vayang Rolling Hills – the island is never lacking of spreads of greenery and grazing cattle. Your view is almost always assaulted by rolling hills, in tandem with the sea of salt and sea of clouds. This particular bit in North Batan is overlooking to the entropy of the West Philippine Sea and the Pacific. Yet again, peace is also not lacking in this part of the country. I could stay here for a month, I thought.
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Old American base (WW2)IMG_6472

Basco Cathedral, Town proper
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It was indeed a tiring day. By sun down, we decided to cool down on the nearby beach and try to take in all what we’ve seen today. God, the Philippines is beautiful. Or can be beautiful. After dinner, I couldn’t possibly have wanted a bed to lie down ever before but I wanted to dream about the sights I’ve seen and the air that breezed through me. There is no greater feeling than this, I told myself.

Then I realized, I have five more days in the island. Hmmmm what to do? IMG_6482

Life according to my phone, pt. 5 // Also, Friday’s 10 Happy Things

It’s almost the weekend again, and my weeks has been pretty busy! Changes are coming, and I have no idea if it’ll be good or not, but one thing I am now – I am sooooo excited! Weekends are either spent working or meeting friends. Gotta love the rush!

  

I’ve never been to the Mind Museum, but last week I saw it, and I never imagined it’ll look like this inside. I know it’s for kids, but it’s pretty decent for a science museum here in Manila. ALSO, looooove the museum shop. I pretended I don’t have my card with me because Vader is really looking at me. Nope, not now. Gotta save!

          

Anyway, I was there for the media briefing of the ONE Festival, happening right now at The Fort. Jeez, some of the murals I’ve seen myself (i.e. the one just right in front of our office) are uh-mazing!

      

Catching up with friends has been a pleasure for me. Actually, no. It’s kind of a luxury… I have been working at night (until June 10) and it’s really difficult to balance human energy for a schedule like that. Then again, sometimes I push myself just to see ’em. I miss mornings!

Also, I’ve been working with Startuptravels to build the community here in Manila. I met one of the owners of this^ beautiful space that looks like it’s pulled right out of Brooklyn. That’s O2 Space and I can’t wait to tell you more about what we’re doing with ’em. Stay tuned for that!

    

Also, because I spent most time these days indoors, I’ve been at it again. I mean, playing games on my phone! Monument Valley was on sale, and I even bought the installment! God, it was so beautifully designed – you have to play it yourself if you wanna know how glorious it is!

    

ALSO, I got this from Helga – I think it’s a bit of a conscious effort to think of things that you’re happy about so you can keep happy whatever you’re doing. So there, here are my 10 Happy Things this Friday:

  1. Vader things. I looked at my Darth Vader decal at work, and I think it’s lonely. Looking at the internet (and the Mind Museum) for more Vader stuff!
  2. Free space on the phone. Since I finished Monument Valley, I can download more games yay. Mornings are lonely, okay?
  3. KL on July! I just got news that I got in on a conference in Malaysia. It’s not sure though that I can make it but I do hope I can.
  4. The big burger steak. I need to stop eating fast food, but today, that mammoth of a burger was keeping me happy.
  5. Startuptravels things. We have lots of plans for the local community, and I can’t wait to tell y’all about it. OF COURSE, you (yes, you my dearest reader) will get dibs about it. Join here, though!
  6. Cold Brew Coffee from Local Edition. God knows I can’t think about anything but coffee on weekends.
  7. The ONE Festival murals at The Fort. Srsly, this city is prettier with those painted walls!
  8. Baguio on June 10. It’s a bit late because it is starting to rain, but wth a roadtrip is a roadtrip (and I could really use a vacation!)
  9. Chessika’s Blog anniversary. My NFF Chessika is celebrating her first blog anniversary and god she’s the one of the gayest woman I know – and I can’t wait to see her!
  10. Grey’s Anatomy season finale and Giacommo GianniottiGIACOMMO IS HOT!!!! And also despite losing McDreamy, the last episode progressed from heavy to tearjerkingly light.

  

NextAct ONE Festival by Bonifacio Arts Foundation and Globe

NextAct ONE Festival, the first mural-centric arts festival in the country

As we speak now, eight (8) artists are now tirelessly painting otherwise dull-looking walls around Bonifacio Global City. The Bonifacio Arts Foundation (BAFI) and Globe, launches ArtBGC NextAct ONE Festival – a weeklong mural festival featuring a mix of international and local artists painting across the Bonifacio Global City (BGC) district. ONE, will be the first arts and culture initiative of this size and scope in BGC and will be a transformative event in the development.

Their creations will come to life on the building walls of One Global Place, Bonifacio Technology Center, Icon Plaza, C1 Building Bonifacio High Street Central, The Palace Pool Club, all the way to the smaller facades of Bonifacio High Street.

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“Globe is very excited to be part of this endeavor as part of our continuing The NextACT campaign. It is very fitting to collaborate with LeBasse Projects and BAFI as it breathes life to what ACT is all about – Art, Community and Technology. These three (3) elements are the anchor of the country’s first-ever mural-centric arts festival which brings together a community of artists and art communities here and abroad, and through technology and social media, we expect this Festival to reach the rest of the world and mark another milestone in art history,” said Joe Caliro, Head of Retail Transformation and Management at Globe.

If you wanna keep tabs on what’s happening over at ONE Festical, here’s the schedule:

Day 1 | May 22
Artist’s Reception
7PM, The Palace Pool Club

Day 2 | May 23
Watching Session
4PM-10PM, One Global Place wall
5th Ave corner 26th St

Day 6 | May 27
Watching Session
7PM-10PM, Icon Plaza wall
7th Ave corner Federacion Drive

Day 8 | May 29
Art Gallery in Fully Booked
5PM-10PM, Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street
11th Ave corner Lane O

Day 9 | May 30
Closing Party
3PM-11PM
Bonifacio High Street Central Ampitheater

The art-centric event will conclude with a live painting from 16 local artists accompanied by acts from DJs and bands like Severo, BP Valenzuela, She’s Only Sixteen, Techy Romantics, Taken By Cars and Pupil on May 30.

For details and updates, visit artbgc.com/one or follow BGC on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

The city will be pretty, and I hope it stays!

Photo dump: Weekends (and everything in between) aka life according to my phone, pt. 4

Half of the year is almost gone!

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Nica‘s 2xth birthday!IMG_7118Mili‘s iData launch — iData is a storage solution for iDevices – from 16, 32, and 128 GB!

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Sibling catch up just this last weekendIMG_7158IMG_7159IMG_7164And latest ramen find – Hanamaruken!


 

Whew, 28 more weekends left!

 

Inspirations on the Web, pt. 1

Sometimes, it’s just so hard to create something – even if it’s something you’ve been doing for the longest time; you just need some inspirations. The world wide web is literally a web of inspirations (if you know where to look, because it’s also full of negativity) that most of us harness in times of dire need aka deadline is looming in. We least like (hate?) to receive that dreaded follow up email that says it’s urgent. It’s the last thing we wanna see in our inbox (can I hear an amen?)

That’s why I decided to list down of some of my inspirations lately. Hope this helps you get your creative juices flowing! I know I need some these daze.

Death to the Stock Photo

Screen Shot 2015-05-18 at 8.19.51 AMI used to hate stock photos – because they are just plainly uninspiring and never well-thought of. Heck, even the photos on the local paper would be better. But when I found Death to Stock – where David Sherry and Allie Lehman reinvent the dreaded industry and provide top-of-the-class stock photos straight from photographers the website funded – I know it’s something I wanna stay tuned for. DTS sends 10 hi-res photos for free subscribers and access to the  whole archive for premium subscribers. It’s royalty free for as long as you don’t sell it (duh). I particularly enjoyed when they sent out the London collection (by Richard Harris)

Serif Creative

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I found Serif Creative when they did a collab with DTS^. They are a creative agency doing branding and photography, among other things. What I particularly loved about them is how they get down to tell a story through videos and photos. Their workplace looks pretty rad, too!

Moo

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I’ve been following Moo for quite some time now – and I have always loved their Moosletter (yepp, they went there) – which leads to a great resource of more inspirations online (one of them being DTS). Also, their commitment to high quality stationery is amazing with a vibrant workplace to be envious about!

Startuptravels

Screen Shot 2015-05-18 at 8.20.49 AMStartuptravels is a Copenhagen-based company which fosters a community of over 1000 cities (and counting!) The website aims to connect startup entrepreneurs with a worldwide network to travel and meet in different cities. I am also glad to be one of two ambassadors here in Manila! We have plenty of activities down the pipeline, so I hope you’ll stay tuned in this space.

Add me up over at Startuptravels here!

The Love Game

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This one has been circulating quite a bit what with the printed card game set on Indiegogo I’m down to buy! And compared to the ones listed above, this one is for *ehem* my lovelife (I can totally understand if you just raised an eyebrow right now.) Check ’em out seriously, can be quite fun with a potential lover, imho hihihi.


I have a couple more inspirations to share, but for now, this will be it! Hope you keep pasted for the next one!

Huhugoat courtesy of Words Anonymous

I actually did intentionally avoid commenting anything because [refer to the picture below]. This may be not current to some because it has been circulating feeds for quite some time now but you may want to watch again. Because again [refer to the picture below]. ANG SARAP MAGMURA PAGKATAPOS MANUOD OKAY (what happened to not commenting. kthanksbye)

Ang Huling Tula na Isusulat Ko para sa ‘Yo
Juan Miguel Severo

Pangako ‘yan, at totoo.
Hindi ko alam kung magiging ga’no kahaba
kung kasya ba sa isang pyesa, ilang pahina,
ilang minuto ang itatagal at ihahaba nito
kaya posibleng hindi ko agad makabisado.

Pero pangako ‘yan…
Ito na,
ang huling tula
na isusulat ko
para sa ‘yo.

Itaga mo ‘to sa bato
abutin man ako ng umaga dito
hindi ko ipipikit ang mga matang ito.
uubusin ko ang lahat ng salita
na posibleng tugma
ng pangalan mo
o ng anumang tawag ko sa’yo,
(mahal, sinta, irog, pangga, babe, beh,
bae, asawa ko, mine?
wifey, bae,
kulet, kapal, k*pal, walangya,
p*ki, p*king *na ka) ano pa ba?
Wala akong pakialam
kung abutin ako ng ilang talata dito,
pero hindi ko na pwedeng patirahin lang,
dito sa loob ko,
ang mga salitang ito.

Kaya pangako…
Ito na,
ang huling tula
na isusulat ko
para sa ‘yo.

Magsisimula ako sa umpisa,
sa kung paanong nginitian mo ako at tinanong kung saan ako nakatira
hinidi mo nga pinansin,
ang mga agiw sa dingding.
Hindi ka nga natinag sa ipis na biglang dumating
sa iyong pagbisita.
Pero hindi mo rin man lang din tinignan
ang mga libro
na nasa tabi ng kama ko,
natutulog din.
At tangi ko noong kapiling.

Magsisimula ako sa umpisa,
sa kung paanong niyakap mo ako
noong sabihin ko sa’yong,
“Mahal Kita…”
Sa kung paanong hinalikan mo ako sa noo
sabay sabi ng:
“Mahalaga ka…”
At ako naman ‘tong si tanga,
tuwang-tuwa,
dahil hindi pa nalilinawan
na ayaw ko
na maging mahalaga,
ayaw ko
na maging mahalaga…

Hindi ako antigong salamin
na matagal mo nang pag-aari,
na tinitignan mo lang
para ipaalala sa sarili mo na
maganda ka.

Ayaw ko
na maging mahalaga.

Hindi ako telepono mong
dududukutin lang sa bulsa,
kapag kailangan mo ng solusyon
sa kawalan mo ng koneksyon,
sa mundo mong masyado nang malawak
para bigyang atensyon ka pa.

Ayaw ko
na maging mahalaga.

Hindi ako kwintas na isusuot mo lang
sa piling-piling mga okasyon,
kapag mayroong mga sitwasyon
na pakiramdam mo ay kulang ka pa.
Hindi ako para ibalik
sa loob ng isang kahon
kapag matutulog ka na sa gabi
sa takot na masakal ka sa yakap ko
kapag mahimbing ka na.
O ibalik sa loob ng kahon
at itabi sa sulok ng isang aparador
sa takot na manakaw ako ng iba.

Ayaw ko
na maging mahalaga..

Ang gusto ko…
ay mahalin.

Ang kailangan ko…
ay mahalin.

Kailangan ko na mahalin mo ako
gaya ng kape mo sa umaga,
tanggap ang tamis at pait,
kailangan para sa init
pero hindi isinasantabi
dahil lang nanlamig na.

Kailangan ko na mahalin mo ako
gaya ng sarili mong opisina.
Kabisado kung para saan ang ano
kabisado kung nasaan nakatago ang alin.
Kabisado ang mga itinatago kong patalim,
silbi, dumi, lihim..

patalim…
silbi…
dumi…
lihim!

Kailangan ko na mahalin mo ako
gaya ng unan mo sa gabi.
Niyayakap sa ginaw,
sinasandalan kahit na mainit,
binubulungan ng mga pinakatatago mong panaginip.

Ayaw ko
na maging mahalaga…

Ang kailangan ko
ay mahalin…

At nagsulat ako noon
hanggang sa mahalin mo..

Kaya patawad
pero magsusulat ako
hanggang sa maubos ko
ang lahat ng salita,
na posibleng tugma
ng pangalan mo.

Patawad.
Pero magsusulat ako,
para patawarin mo.

Dahil minsan
may nakapagsabi sa akin
na ang hindi raw marunong magpatawad,
ay hindi makapagsusulat.

Kaya mahal
sa pagkakataong ito,
sa huling pagkakataon
na magsusulat ako ng tula
para sa ‘yo,
gumawa tayo ng kasunduan…

Patatawarin kita,
pero patatawarin mo rin ako.

Patawarin mo ako
sa hindi ko pagtahan,
at patatawarin kita,
sa hindi mo pagluha.

Patawarin mo ako
sa hindi ko pananahimik,
at patatawarin kita,
sa hindi mo pagsasalita.

Patawarin mo ako
sa hindi ko pag-alis,
at patatawarin kita,
sa hindi mo pananatili.

Patawarin mo ako
sa hindi ko sa ‘yo paglimot,
at patatawarin kita,
sa hindi mo sa akin pagpili, mahal.

Gumawa tayo ng kasunduan:
Patatawarin kita,
pero patatawarin mo rin ako.

Patawarin mo ako
sa hindi ko pagbitiw
at patatawarin kita,
sa hindi mo pagkapit.

Patawarin mo ako
sa hindi ko paglayo
at patatawarin kita,
sa hindi mo paglapit.

Patawarin mo ako
sa hindi ko pagsuko,
at patatawarin kita,
sa hindi mo pagsugal.

At patawarin mo ako
sa hindi ko pagkamuhi sa ‘yo,
at patatawarin kita,
sa hindi mo sa akin pagmamahal, mahal.

Gumawa tayo ng kasunduan:
Patatawarin kita,
pero patatawarin mo rin ako.

Para sa wakas
ay matapos ko na itong tula,
na masyado nang matagal nang nakatira dito.

At patawad…
kung magiging masyadong mahaba,
at maraming masyadong boladas.

Pero pangako:
huli na ‘to…
huli na ‘to…
huli na ‘to…

Magsisimula ako uli sa umpisa,
sa kung paanong nginitian mo ako
at tinanong kung saan ako nakatira…

Magsisimula ako uli sa umpisa,
sa kung paanong nginitian mo ako…

Magsisimula ako uli sa umpisa…

Magsisimula ako uli…

Magsisimula ako…

Ito na
ang huling tula
na isusulat ko
para sa ‘yo…

Mali!!!

Ito na
ang huling tula
na isinulat ko
tungkol sa ‘yo…

Tang ina mo!
Tapos na ako…

sad-goat3

Weekend + @MUNI_PH Meetup this Wednesday!!!

My weekends are better spent on coffee, meetings over coffee, and... you guessed right -- more coffee!

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If you’ve been playing SimCity BuildIt, you’ll get me on this. Who has Dr. Vu’s Lab already?IMG_6936

Luna Specialty Coffee is a lil hole smack right in NAC Tower along 32nd street in The Fort. I know you guys call it BGC nowadays but I’m really not feeling calling it that. So I’ll stick to Fort. There aren’t that much options in the menu, but it works. I love that the cold brew comes in a bottle (that might as well look like cough syrup. Cue: Young The Giant.) The Corned Beef Tapa was just alright too! I’d love it to be hash-y than tapa-y, but hey I just woke up at 2pm and I need nourishment. IMG_6934IMG_6935IMG_6937 IMG_6939I’ve been doing some freelance work with MUNI and we have a lot of great events coming up for ‘ya! I’ve pitched a few of my favorite things – and one is below – and another one is above! Sooooo excited to work with them and bring you meaningful events to connect with like-minded people. /plug —

QUICK PLUG! This Wednesday, we’re having three nomads tell their stories of travel and truth – Hannah Reyes of www.hannah.ph and Nat Geo Creatives, April Cuenca of  FlipTrip.ph, and Guido Sarreal of Kawil Tours. Hope you can drop by and hang with us as we talk about our favorite hobby, that is in this blog, T R A V E L I N G! Register here – I think there are still Eager Beaver tickets available (PhP 150), PhP 200 for walk-ins.

/endplug

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We have time to spare after our catch up, so the MUNI team headed towards the Satchmi Vinyl Day festivities at the BGC amphiteather – and boy was it fun! Got to hear Jensen and Tandem before heading on to our agenda for the night.

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Our venue partner for the Travel and Truth meetup on Wednesday is Z Hostel at Don Pedro street in Makati! If you’ve been following my blog since I started traveling, you’d know I have a soft spot for hostels – and for cozy, good vibes-inducing ones at that. Right from the doorstep, Z will put an end to your hostility towards the common hostel, because it gives you good vibes. The roofdeck will be our rendezvous, and I am so ready to hear our nomad guests to tell their stories. Will I see you there?  IMG_6950IMG_6951Pun or not pun intended idk idk idkIMG_6956IMG_6957

Unwinding after a long day at Today x Future is always a good idea. It’s one of those places that I can call home and just go to and not feel alone. A lot has changed since I met Future but it still is that place where I go to randomly meet friends without ever texting or calling or vibering or tweeting anyone. Sucha good feels kinda place <3
IMG_6959It pains me to go home when I’ve gots lotsa things still to do but it’s all in a day’s work.

 

Weekends (and hangovers) aka life according to the phone, pt. 3

Izz a bit late but what the hell - this is covering end of Feb to March

IMG_6303First order of things tho – selfie!

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Last month, my best friend Hanna and I celebrated our birthdays! Cheers to 26 and 24 — with a big ass beer and more spirits…Hanna3Hanna4Hanna5Hanna6Like this tall shots of Patron XO!

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What’s a decent hangover without pancit canton? Tell me?! And of course, I just had to have time with the fambam as well – though it’s really getting hard to have all of us in one table these days, this’ll do for now. I hope I can rile them up for a summer getaway or something. IMG_6304IMG_6315Mendokoro Ramenba 1Mendokoro Ramenba 2

But even without hangover, I’ll choose noodles anytime any day anywhere. I finally went to Mendokoro Ramenba in Salcedo Village. I’ve been tweeting and telling you guys that I’ve heard so much good about this place – and yes those are all true! No frills ramen with a small menu of less than 10 items and just one of the most glorious broth I have souped up. Gad, even in the middle of this hotness aka the devil’s asshole, I would go up there to soup up. 
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And for those busy days (yes, even the weekends are busy ok), I go to local coffee shops like Local Edition to work on stuff. March has been incredibly busy with both meeting potential collaborators and meeting friends. Local Ed’s cold brew is just right to wire me up and put me in the mood to work plus Perea is a quiet haven – aka without the mall crowd – to hole up and focus on things.

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I just looooove how last month turned out and it’s just the first quarter.Sundays at Local Edition

2015, c’mon show me what you’ve got!

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A little project with friends x impromptu drive to Intramuros x Muni Market Day on March 28!

A few weeks ago, I tagged along a couple of friends from Team Muni for a mini-project. Still getting permission if I can post the video here but It’s a short film to describe Manila as a creative hub. Between drinking coffee and taking safety shots, I also caught up with them and learned about their plans as well about Muni Market Day (after the jump!) Then a long-ish drive to Intramuros ensued. It’s been a while since I’ve been to this part of Manila. I actually forgot how to go to the walled city – though back in college I was always in this part of the capital *don’t ask hihi*. We also dropped by Manila Collectible – an all Filipino products curator in the corner of Cabildo and Beaterio streets, where we saw a both familiar and new local brands. #BuyLocal you guys 🙂

Gotta love spontaneous weekends!

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