My beautiful mother turned another year older last Friday. The rough plan to have dinner together that evening was scrapped because Grandma and Grandpa were returning back from KL that afternoon and we weren't sure what time they would arrive. So dinner was postponed to Saturday. One of the things that saddens me the most … Continue reading Mama Chong.
We made it to Moalboal from Oslob by taking an early bus out. It took us a good 2.5hours and two crowded buses to get there. When we arrived at the centre, the first thing we did was try to figure out where we could lunch. It appeared that most of the good eateries were … Continue reading Moalboal -Sink or Swim.
This weekend past, I was honoured to be one of my BFF's bridesmaids. Les was formerly my boss, but is now someone who is very much like the sister I never had. She may not always be around what with her busy schedule, but she's never failed to make time for me when I need … Continue reading Just Dance.
We ended up being in El Nido on Flo's birthday so I made plans instead to celebrate it a week after when we were back in Singapore. Before our trip, I had already screened all the restaurants that a foodie like him might like. In the end, I settled for the one and only restaurant … Continue reading Restaurant Labyrinth.
Waking up at 4.45am in order to arrive at Alona Beach at 5.30am turned out to be quite doable especially with the sun rise being quite early over in the Philippines. As usual though, we ended up waiting until past 6am for Reenz to arrive and then for the ferry-bus to pick us up and … Continue reading Oslob – Lows & Highs.
This week has been a week of getting help and support especially from Mum and Dad. I mentioned earlier in the week that I had called Mum after a binge/purge session in desperation, requesting for her to try and spend a few days with me until I can stabilise my eating and not fall into … Continue reading I Get By With A Little Help.
I've decided to do our Philippines posts in 5 parts based on the 5 towns we based ourselves in a few days at a time. The whole two weeks in the Philippines was an adventure in itself and I enjoyed the time Flo and I spent together getting to know each other better, and also … Continue reading Pang Lao, Bohol.