One of the things I love about going on trips or traveling to new places is meeting new people. On my own, I am not the friendliest of people, in the sense that I would not be that person who, in a room filled with strangers, will take the initiative to strike up a conversation with the person next to me. In all likelihood, I am that person with earphones on, eyes trained on a book or on a show on my phone. That does not mean, however, that I do not like meeting people. I do. I just go about it a different way. Read more
I’m back with another Fangirl Friday post, and this time I am integrating it with another travel post on the Korean Folk Village. This time, I’ll share a bit of our “brush” with historical Korean dramas when we stumbled on some of their filming sites in the Village.
I’m starting this week right. And what could be more right than talk about food? Good food, at that. Great food, even. I’m talking about the group date my co-workers and I had at Amare La Cucina, one of the top restaurants in Baguio City.
Let me just take this moment to lament the summer season, at least in my part of the world. It rains often in the afternoons and nights, and gets windy in the morning. But it’s not entirely a bad thing because, really, I’d prefer this over scorching heat any darn time. That’s not to say that I completely shun heat and sunshine, though, which is why, in this post, I am harking back to a visit that I and my co-workers made to Dicasalarin Cove in Baler, Aurora, on one fine, sunny, scorching hot day.
It is when I am visiting new places that I wish I had more than one stomach. Because all that fooooodd….. when I can only ingest so much at one time~ Just like when we were at the Korean Folk Village and lunchtime came around. It would’ve been nice to have tried them all, but stomach (and budget) limitations did not allow it.