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    Barrio Fiesta sa London 2014

    It’s times like this that I’m so happy that I have Filipino blood running through my veins. “It’s more fun in the Philippines” is an understatement. Barrio Fiesta is a festival that will make you crave going to the Philippines so bad, you’ll be checking flight times on your phone whilst jamming to Sam Milby. It just reminded me of my holiday to the Philippines, two years ago. How much fun I had, and how much food I ate, and how friendly Filipinos are. I’m planning to go back, next year. To be honest, I’m planning to go to a lot of places, next year. Isn’t that everybody’s plan? 10 minutes…

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    Top 10 Places I’d like to Visit

    Travelling is pretty high on my list for this year and hopefully I’ll get to do some once I successfully tie down a job. Here’s my list of top 10 places I’d like to visit (in no particular order). 1. Thailand Thailand looks like an awesome place to visit and I’d love to go around more of Asia. The only places I’ve been in Asia are Philippines and China – would definitely want to see what other cultures are like in that continent. 2. Australia I have a thing for Australian lads, I’m just gonna get that out there (RE: Prague Shenanigans). Plus, how cool would it be to spend…

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    Weekly Wishes & Typhoon Yolanda

    Hello, friends! How about spicing things up on my blog this week? I’m new to these link up collectives but I’m always looking for new blogs to read and new friends to make. So, I decided to join Mel’s ‘Weekly Wishes’ link up at The Nectar Collective. This week’s photo theme is ‘hobbies’, and so I took a picture that reflected my hobbies = writing – I use my MacBook to write blog posts and stories, a notepad – for all my brilliant ideas, and drinking coffee in my OMG! mug. That’s a hobby, right? 🙂 My week’s wishes include: Getting back on track with NaNoWriMo – this year I…

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    Back to Reality

    Christmas in the Philippines is much like any other day. Except there’s a lot of food and a ton of family come rolling into your house every hour. My first Christmas in the Philippines was fun, to say the least – it was very noisy, if you want me to say more about it. Other than that, it was pretty awesome. Seriously, though – it was weird going shopping on Christmas Day seeing as in the UK all the shops are usually closed (except for those corner shops where the owner doesn’t celebrate Christmas…). The shopping mall was pretty packed, though. But here I am, back in the UK. I was really…