I've always thought I was an extrovert. I always thought I was very social. But these days, I am finding that I like my own company (even with Alan constantly around, I do find that I cherish the moments when I am alone with just me, myself and I). I always say to people that … Continue reading Kindred souls
On Saturday, Alan and I went to an Instameet of the London Disclosure Instagram hub. It was a good opportunity to meet the people who take those fabulous London Instagram photos. It was our second Instameet. The first one we attended was organised by London4All and we had special, exclusive access to areas in St … Continue reading Meeting the Pinoys!
Arthur C. Clarke said "I'm sure the universe is full of intelligent life. It's just been too intelligent to come here." I beg to differ. In my opinion, Brigadier General Florencio A Medina had one of the most brilliant minds in the Philippines. He was a soldier in the armed forces of the Philippines and … Continue reading General Florencio A Medina
In a few hours I will be traveling to the airport to get on a plane to get back to the life I have in a country 6,754 miles away. While my visit was (too) short, it was (very) sweet. I got a chance to see my family, celebrate my father's 80th birthday with him, … Continue reading Leaving…on a jet plane…
Dr Jose Rizal is the Philippine national hero. He was an opthalmologist by profession. Although he wasn't directly involved with the actual rebellion against the Spanish colonial goverment, he was a member of the Filipino propaganda movement. He wrote Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo, two novels which are credited to have inspired the rebellion … Continue reading Looking for Rizal in London Town