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July 28, 2018

Interview on Writing and Winning: Sun.Star Cebu

  I could say that Sun.Star has been a massive part of my writing life. I could still remember the thrill upon receiving Mayette Tabada’s email that my balak would be published on Sun.Star’s Weekend six years ago. Since that time, there has been two editors. Now, I’m under the care of Kristin Lerin, my supportive travel editor for the past three years. Despite writing for national paper and online media, I see to it that I send an essay to Sun.Star every month. I don’t know, but I love the fact that my editors are all female on all […]
July 24, 2018

HA NOI SHORTS: Lost in Translation

“It’s hard to find someone here that stays long enough that you can really fall in love,” I said to Simone, with a lit Kent in my right hand. The smoke circled, hovered a bit before it disappeared in Ha Noi’s bright summer sky. The day started gloomy, which made me ditch my initial plan of visiting Van Phuc, the silk village some 8 kms away from my place and came here at Oriberry Cafe instead to spend my usual me-time. The skin of the lake was smooth and looked like a mind that didn’t have any worries at all […]
July 4, 2018
Ways to Stay Well-Rested When Traveling

4 Ways to Stay Well-Rested When Traveling

So you’re away from home, traveling the world. You’re supposed to living the dream, having the time of your life, yet all you can think about is sleep. You my friend have a classic case of travelers fatigue! Don’t despair you are not alone. Sooner or later every road warrior wears themself out and needs a little recharge time. It’s inevitable. Travel is a tiring endeavour. All those sleepless night buses, airport layovers and bumpy tuk tuk rides take their toll. Fortunately there are a few things you can do to improve your odds of staying well rested when wandering […]

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