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Lotus Club put on an awesome event tonight in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur featuring two local artists: Tobu of Youth Portal and Juko of Jaggfuzzbeats. I was able to snag a few videos and put together this short piece. Enjoy!Read more "Lotus Club: Video Recap"
So let’s go back to the scene in the van, the place where we met some forever friends through total serendipity. Which then led to meeting more friends, marking El Nido, Philippines as one of the most memorable destinations of our trip so far. Community observation: Bonds are strengthened and communities are developed when people are in […]Read more "Communities: Travelers (Part II)"
Sterile streets precede Sterile personalities Be clean, be well, be working Initially wowed Safe tap, hot shower, the train I think I’ll love it Never ending malls Raised concern, but still impressed Spectacles of wealth Go ahead, spend on Metro train boyfriend will get New Prada bag laid Attractions abound The […]Read more "The Designer City: A Series of Acrostic Haikus"
You’re smashed in an industrial van, four rows deep, with two more people in the vehicle than there are seats. The driver is nearing 120 kilometers/hour and prefers to drive on the wrong side of the road at every sharp turn that occurs every 200 meters or so. It’s a method of maintaining his high […]Read more "Communities: Travelers (Part I)"
We have compiled some of our favorite photographs from our incredible 12 days in The Philippines. Our destinations included Manila, Puerto Galera, Taal Lake, Puerto Princesa, and El Nido. – K & SRead more "Through the Lens: The Philippines"
Sabang, Puerto Galera, a tropical beach region just across the channel from Batangas, a port city two hours south of Manila. Our journey began during a downpour in Manila. “Turn right, go two blocks, turn right, go six blocks,” got us to the LRT (Manila’s light rail), though a bit soggy. We faced the sort […]Read more "Welcome to Paddy’s"
Ah, Beer Na Beer, my first cold brewski in Sabang. Words cannot explain how much I appreciated your refreshing, mildly hoppy bubbles as they greeted my oral cavity with a fine quenching of thirst after 5 hours of travel. You were cold, you were cheap, you came to me in a time of desperation, you were….well…decent at best. 2/5 […]Read more "Booze Review: Beer Na Beer"