My mom and I were strolling through an outdoor mall and this guy walked up to us, asking, "Hey, are you guys Filipinos?" Later on, we found out that he was half-Italiano and half-Filipino. His mother is Filipina. Thus he desired to know more about his Filipino Culture, such as the best cities to visit.… Continue reading Are you guys Filipinos?
Every years towards April and early May, the Sakura or Cherry Blossoms bloom for a couple of weeks. These beautiful petals of of mixed whites and pinks fill campuses and churches, gathering people around them to enjoy and relax. Here I was at The Shrine of Our Lady all the way out east of Long… Continue reading Exploring the Sakura
In conjunction with the 100 Strangers Project, I'm also doing the Alphabet Photo Challenge, which involves finding things or even animals that begin with a certain letter of the alphabet. Here is the eye of my doggie Cookie! He is so obedient with me making photos of him. It makes me think he secretly is… Continue reading E – is for Eye
"Is this where the free comics are?" I asked to the back of several heads who were staring at a towering shelf of comics. One guy turned to my side and answered, "Yeah, this whole stack of comics." In almost every comic-book store across the country, moms, kids, teens, even grown men reached over to… Continue reading Free Comic Book Day
"We want corn dogs. We want corn dogs!" chanted the crowd in front of the kitchen. Two security guards blocked the entrance. Soon a lady entered from the kitchen, holding a tray of corn dogs - hot dogs covered in battered flour. And the riot began. Women shoved in front of women. Men over extended… Continue reading Hanging Out with the Happy Drunks
Hola, I'm renovating this blog! I'm doing some photo challenges, such as the 100 Strangers Project and the ABC Photography. And I'll also be including more of my recent travels as well. So, stay tuned!ˆˆ
It was more on a whim. I was just planning to only attend the Medieval Event at Tyson Park, but the cloisters' stone walls and narrow windows drew me closer. Admission amount was based on donations, so I only paid a dollar. Entering through these walls was magnificent. Designed around the early 20th century, the… Continue reading The Cloisters
The city of Carcassonne. It’s located on a hill in southern France and seems to attract a lot of French and Spaniard tourists who often bring their dogs and children around. For about 9 Euros, I walked around the fortress and saw view of the town. This looked more like a fortress than some palace… Continue reading Carcassonne