Visiting the Cu Chi Tunnel and some life reflections about life and war.
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I can’t believe that we’re on the last stretch of February. In just a matter of hours, we’re about to bid goodbye to another month and say hello to the next chapter of the year. Time flies by unbelievably fast, I honestly don’t know how to catch up anymore. I’m still stuck with my daily (boring)
So. Quick catch up: a month ago, I rode a plane going to Ho Chi Minh City and spent 12 amazing days by myself, going to four different cities in 3 neighboring countries. It was definitely one of the most nerve-wracking and liberating moments of my life. This was my first ever solo trip and
I still can’t wrap my head around the idea that 2016 is almost over. While this year has been quite crazy with all the politics that the world has been dealing with, (as selfish as this sounds) my life has been pretty amazing. There are many times when I feel like I could’ve done so
Marcos burial. Trump win. Black Friday protests. Tons of workload and tons of backlogs. Bonding with friends and spending quality time with Mark. Life. These are some of the many things that could sum up how my unintentional hiatus went. At first, I thought I was just facing a temporary writing slump, but as days go
After more than 3 months of staying in the city and hustling my way around life, I finally got my much-needed beach break. Last Thursday, Mark and I packed our bags and flew to Bohol. For four days, we frolicked under the sun (hello sunburns!), stayed by the beach, and met amazing people.