This blog is my homage to a friendship. A year had gone by so fast. I had grown accustomed to your text messages at 7:00AM, asking if we could talk. Almost every morning, I still half expect that text message from you. Each call was always fun and a learning experience for both. A chanceContinue reading “May Kwento Ako #46 : The lady who sang the best version of "I did it my way"”
It is no secret that I have a thing for fabric. I figure that one way to understand a country and its tradition is through their fabric. It appears that most countries that I have been to have fabrics that they are known for. And proud of. Let me feature the Obi or sash, wornContinue reading “May Kwento Ako #19 : Obi”
I hope to never, ever brag and say “been there, done that”. For someone who lives in a tropical country, where colors of nature are mostly green, I have looked forward to seeing the fall colors in my lifetime. Yes, we have tropical plants in red, orange, yellow, rust and all shades in between butContinue reading “May Kwento Ako #17 : My 1st Fall”
When I was ushered to a nice table in a good section of this restaurant, I immediately liked what was around me. It looked solid, established and with a decent history. It would make a perfect setting for a Mafia-related movie, I thought. When the waiter introduced himself to me, I wanted to chuckle. HeContinue reading “May Kwento Ako #13 : BOEUCC, a Milanese Classic”
Built in 1865, this is supposedly the world’s oldest shopping mall, this should be of interest to many shoppers. It was named after Italy’s first king. Houses expensive brands most cannot afford. But why is this is place always packed with people ?! Because it is beautiful. I see many taking selfies. This writer included.Continue reading “May Kwento Ako #11 : The Vittorio Emanuele II … Mall”
I noticed that there are so many bicycles here than in any continent. We, Asians tend to keep our bicycles inside our homes lest they’d be stolen. Thanks also, to the cleaner air, environment and lack of congestion, I suppose. People here are so lucky to be able to do this.
One cold morning, in a distant yet mystical land, a beautiful couple wed. The views were spectacular. The architecture old but solid. Noticed lots of “tears of joy” shed. I was happy for them. And happy for the opportunity to capture and create my first short film.