Traveling alone for the first time is scary. Watching the news and reading articles about current events brings you lots of horrible thoughts. Thinking it might happen to you if you travel alone. On the other hand, when it comes down to it, you know you'll be missing out on life if you do not... Continue Reading →
For me, it came when I turned 22. It started with a thought, where would I be after 20 years or so. Am I married? Do I already have a family of my own? Where would I live? Would I still be an office worker? Questions like these and adding a bit of overthinking and worrying caused me sleepless nights. As in, literal 1-to-3-hours-of-sleep sleepless. Anyway, so, back then I did not know where to start. I do not have a bank account of my own, no savings and low income.
Since we do not know how to get there. We asked the people from Java Jazz. They told us that from there, we should go back to Olivarez Rotunda then ride a bus bound for Nasugbu. Afterwards, ride a tricycle going to Caleruega Church. To go back to Olivarez we rode a tricycle again for... Continue Reading →
I decided to give my best-friend an overnight stay in Tagaytay as a gift for her birthday. She rarely go out of her house and she badly needs distraction from all the stress, so~ I took the opportunity. We planned to visit Tierra De Maria and the Caleruega Transfiguration Church. Religious person kasi sya and... Continue Reading →