I have always been fascinated by women wearing Hijab. I have been curious as to how to wear it, how does it feel to wear it and how would I look like if I would wear it. Continue reading “I Tried Wearing a Hijab (sort of)”
Lately, I have not been writing a lot. Not that I am lazy. Not that I’m demotivated. Being busy is also not an excuse. I was just happy lately. And I am wondering why I can’t put into words this happy feeling. I’m wondering why I can write a lot even during my busiest of times when I feel bad or angry or sad but not when I’m happy. Continue reading “Random”
I can’t believe it’s already February. What happened to January? Where did it go? Was it blown by the wind?
January was a happy month for me and I can’t believe it. No lonely nights. No crying myself to sleep nights. Just a little bit of anger outbursts.
Yesterday, as I was taking two guests for a resort tour I noticed a splash in the water just a few hundred meters away from us.
I saw something, I told the guests.
Last Saturday, our team went to an island called Faandhoo for a picnic and of course I will share the experience with you. However, this post will be different as I won’t be writing but I’ll be taking you with me to a trip to Faandhoo Island through a video. (My very first legit video! Yey!)
Sa wakas ay personal ko ng nakadaupang palad ang mga bloggers na noo’y nakakausap ko lang virtually. Napatunayan ko na talagang tao at hindi bot ang nasa likod ng bawat rant, opinyon at kwentong nababasa ko.
We are now 10 days into 2018 and as I write this post, I am currently high above the grounds, on my way to Male’, half asleep, half typing this while munching on the peanut snacks provided by the cabin crew. Continue reading “Hopes For The New Year”
For Marie-Laure, blind since the age of six, the world is full of mazes. The miniature of a Paris neighbourhood, made by her father to teach her the way home. The microscopic layers wihin the invaluable diamond that her father guards in the Museum of National History. The walled city by the sea, where the father and daughter take refuge when the Nazis invade Paris. And a future which draws her ever closer to Werner, a German orphan, destined to labour in the mines until a broken radio fills his life with possibility and brings him to the notice of the Hitler Youth.
Oha! Oha! Parang Science article ang title ng blogpost na ito.
Para sa mga hindi nakakakilala kay Space (kung hindi mo siya kilala, andami mong namimiss sa buhay mo), isa siyang kapita-pitagang blogger, soon to be Vlogger at baking expert na nakabase sa Singapore.