Saturday, June 25, 2011

Life: Make it Mission:)

For the past three days, it's raining non-stop here in the Philippines because 2 storms passed by (Egay and Falcon, and I heard that another one is coming >.<). But the rainy season won't stop me from my mission. I've been at it for about three weeks now. I've been searching, researching and considering a lot of options.

                                                        7:00am rain.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Travel: Sagada, Mt.Province

Our last trip before summer vacation ended and school officially began, was in Sagada, Mountain Province. Sagada is famous for its caves and water falls. It is a thirteen hour drive from Manila. We left at around 10:00pm, we were bound for Banaue first, where the famous hand made rice terraces is located. We pass through several province like Bulacan, Pampanga, Nueva Ecija, and Nueva Vizcaya. The ride was okay but I didn't get much sleep because I wasn't use to sleeping on a moving vehicle (I prefer my soft bed, thank you very much ^_^) but I did get may be an hour or two of shut eye. After 10 hours of driving we finally arrived at Banaue around 7:00 am in the morning. This was what greeted us :)

                               The famous Banaue Rice Terraces in the flesh.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Life: Noraebang-ing.

Summer's almost over and for the last three weeks of May, there's this place that I often visited. I've been there three times,so I go there at least once a week. The first time was with my favorite girls, my TVXQ female version babies:), second time was with T1 girls to celebrate our 1 year anniversary, CHEERS!, the third was with my CassPH family to do an interview with certain press people.

So what is this place? Well as the title says, it's called a Noraebang (노래방) in Korea but it is commonly known as Karaoke place. In the Philippines, it is known as Videoke. Just like in a normal Karaoke place, you can sing and dance to your favorite songs but the main difference is that they're main song collections are full of Kpop songs but there's also a variety of Japanese and English songs. Yes, believe it or not we have Noraebangs here in the Philippines. The place that I often go to is named Joosarang, it is located in P.Burgos at Makati but I also went to Music Bank in Diosdado:)

                                                Singing our hearts out:)