A Little Trivia About Two Cultures – Adapted vs Formed: Aguinaldo and the Error on the New Philippine ₱20 Bill
The obverse of the new ₱20 bill featuring Manuel L. Quezon and the Malacañang Palace. (source:Wikipedia) The reverse of the new ₱20 bill featuring the musang and Banaue Rice Terraces with the erroneous attribute. (source:Wikipedia) Filipino-Style Christmas December 25 may have passed already, but Christmas in the Philippines doesn’t end until the Festival of the […]
As of this writing, I am approaching 2012 in less than two hours. So this will be my first and last post for this year. Outside, noise is abound and very welcoming; tiny glows take the dark sky to dance as people stood below in quiet joy. It inspired me to do the same. So […]
11 Personal Discoveries I Made Last 2007 Pancakes for lunch, doughnuts for supper, and having both for breakfast is ethereal! (chunky pieces with loltsa lotsa syrup and lotsa lotsa filling! Yum! >_,< )
Photo courtesy. Please vote for my fellow Filipino, MARCOS ANTONIO TORRES, to be the next Olympics torch bearer. Just go over to this link to cast your vote! Thank you! Mabuhay ang Pilipinas!
(Beatrix’ portrait taken from her Multiply site) One of my favorite young fashionistas back when I was in Maryhill College was Beatrix. One night, while doing the road route to school, I happened to have traveled with Beatriz inside the same bus. She just came from my town, Pagbilao, to get herself tattooed. I believe […]
I better be hiding from the police. You see, I had broken the law. Eight hours ago, I committed one of the grave sin against humanity – smoking inside the bus. Well, it’s not as grave as I imagined it would be. You see, when I puffed some rings, I was the only passenger there. […]