Hush, Kaiz. This is just your first day. Don’t let them know that your headache is killing you. When headache kicked in at just 2,652 meters above sea level (MASL) during the first hours of our trek, I expected to be at my worst condition in the following days. I am trekking up to 5,364 MASL … Read more Why the Hell are We Doing this?
Those who have been following (if there are) my blog, you probably would have noticed by now my so much gusto for the movie The Beach, which was based on a novel of the same title by author Alex Garland and made famous by then-26-year-old Leonardo di Caprio (he’s turning 39 this year).
One night in late October of 2006, back when I was still a cutie patootie and oblivious of the real world, I sat down on my usual workstation, put my earphones on, and sang along with Chris Carraba as I listened to Dashboard Confessional’s Hands Down. My regular work routine had started. BUT, little did … Read more Baby, U still mad?
“Travel is like an endless university. You never stop learning.” – HARVEY LLOYD, Cruise Travel, Apr. 1985 To all of our beloved readers, good day. First, I’d like to apologize to all of you that I wasted a lot of paper and ink drafting a perfect speech to no avail. (Well, I still prefer the … Read more You Never Stop Learning: A Valedictory Speech
I am MissBackpacker.
She will be named Marie. I always dream of having a child; who doesn’t? Boy or girl, it doesn’t really matter. I want him to be an artist, a musician or a painter maybe. I wish for him to be fit and become an athlete. I desire him to have good grades in school and … Read more And She Changed Me
I don’t like Math and numbers. Same reason why I took a college course which I thought wouldn’t involve Math. Voila! I had Statistics, Economics, and two subjects of Algebra with grades ranging from 2.5 to 3.0 (fair to thank-all-the-saints-you-barely-made-it). Now that I am not getting any younger, I realized that it’s something you can’t avoid … Read more The Math in My Traveling
The Ring, Feng Shui, Shutter, The Grudge, and the list goes on. These are just some of the films I can hardly forget because of the nightmares they caused me after seeing them. Hands down, I easily get scared by films with macabre, gore, and horror as its theme. I used to believe that ghosts … Read more The Evil that is Cristobal