Not only have I not been updating as much as I promised when I started this blog, I also haven’t been blogging the big things. But I promise, when I get back from South Korea, I’ll have the following posts up one at a time:
- Hong Kong trip
- Egay’s Bridal Shower
- Indochina trip (most likely divided into 3 parts: Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand)
- South Korea!
And just so you know I’m not lying about posting stuff, here’s a teaser of my Indochina trip. And by teaser I mean the instagram pics I took.
Food trucks? Why, yes please.
It was back to SF for me on a Friday afternoon as we drove over to Fort Mason Center so we can check out Off The Grid. We had a very systematic approach to this visit, with the list of vendors printed out and all. The suggestions of people who has been there were even highlighted and noted. We take our food trip seriously! Haha.
I want to pause at this point to say that I can’t get a quote from “Go On” out of my head: It’s a short trip from foodie to fatty.
(Though to be honest, K. Perry, I’ve never felt like a plastic bag. Ever.)
Miss Americurrr! (My cousin’s gf, Joy, who went all-out patriotic for this day.)
In my country, July 4 is known as “Philippine-American Friendship Day”. It used to be our nation’s Independence Day before President Diosdado Macapagal switched it to June 12, which was our independence from our Spanish conquerors.
At this point, I just want to say a huge “Ha!” to my grade school history teacher who thought I’ve learned nothing just because I opted to do something more productive in class than listen to her.
Bitch, I had Encarta.
The reason why I boarded a Greyhound bus from Vallejo to Reno was so I could attend the wedding of my Uncle, the baby brother of my mom.
It feels like a few months ago, but it has been a full year since my friend and I went to Malaysia for the Arsenal Asia Tour 2011. I’ve already posted about the football part of that trip as soon as we got home from KL. My motivation for posting so fast might have been part documentation, part humblebrag. Clearly, it wasn’t to showcase the quality of my sports photography.
Before I begin with the sightseeing pics, here are a few ground rules:
Welcome to KL!