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(April 2017) 10 Happy Things – Monthly Edition

Hello Summer! Welcome to the month of April. Most schools don’t have classes now. I bet most of you have out of town or swimming plans with your family and friends. You’re lucky then because I don’t have. (Well, for this month. haha. house bummer!) Even so, I think I really had a GREAT time… Continue reading (April 2017) 10 Happy Things – Monthly Edition

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Surviving the Summer Heat

By: Lovely del Mundo Summer is here again! Mr. Sun shines boldly to the land. Outings and trips are mostly water related activities like swimming and swimming again.  I am here just to give you some tips on what I do to survive this  summer heat. 1.HYDRATE 8 glasses of water is the ideal amount to… Continue reading Surviving the Summer Heat

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(April 2016) 10 Happy Things – Monthly Edition

Hi Summer time! It’s just so hot in this month. How I wish my blog will become a hot topic too in the online world. Haha! #wishfulthinking Anyway, we are here again in my 10 Happy Things for April 2016.  I had a short break summer vacation. Summer class is on going.  Yes, I am… Continue reading (April 2016) 10 Happy Things – Monthly Edition

Travelogue

Travel! : Anilao (Mabini, Batangas) 050115

Batangas is a neighbor province of Cavite like Laguna. It’s a 2-3 hours ride from Dasmariñas, Cavite to Anilao, Batangas. Mabini, Batangas is a home to Anilao. Anilao is well-known as the “scuba diving haven” in the Philippines. This place features a remarkable marine biodiversity that makes it famous also for Foreign tourists. I’m currently… Continue reading Travel! : Anilao (Mabini, Batangas) 050115

Daily Life · Travelogue

Bisita Iglesia

Bisita Iglesia is a Filipino-Catholic tradition which is practiced every Holy Week (Maundy Thursday). This is the time when people reflect about Jesus Christ sacrifice as narrated in the Station of the Cross. “Bisita Iglesia” was a Spanish term that means “Church Visit” in English. (Note: Spain brought Catholicism in the Philippines.) It literally means… Continue reading Bisita Iglesia