I have no regrets having Shugetsu Ramen as my last bowl of ramen to date.
It was a win-win situation in the end. I got to go to a theme park, Chase's motion sickness didn't have to suffer, and we both created a brand new memory for the trip. Although we shall not speak in details about how dizzy he was after we rode the fast Star Wars ride, Hyperspace Mountain. Oopsies.
Funny thing is that I am almost always assumed to be an extrovert; probably because I talk and react to a lot of things quite easily. Not really. This simply means I like to communicate and make connections. (At the end of the day, I will still need to recharge my batteries after interacting with people.)
Warning: Spoilers ahead. A story of loneliness Logan, the last Wolverine installment portrayed by Hugh Jackman, may seem like your ordinary superhero (or more appropriately, mutant) story at first glance. A picture portrays a thousand words, however. We can discuss how strong or well-built for an old man Logan was in the film; we can even talk … Continue reading Logan – A Story of Loneliness
I say, life would be boring if we deny ourselves of new experiences. First things first -- climate extremes are personally intolerable. When it gets too hot I just don't want anyone touching me; when it gets too cold I get too uncomfortable and might have to punch someone. (Yes, I know, first world problems. … Continue reading A Hong Kong Holiday, Pt. 1
Cold weather, hot bulalo, Taal Volcano, some few of the first words famously associated with Tagaytay City – and then there's Bag of Beans. Valentine's Day is coming up, and if you're longing for a bit of time away from the city to be with your significant other, why not Bag of Beans? My first time in … Continue reading A Dewy Day in Bag of Beans