You know what, I used to be the kind of person who gets to that annoying point of over sharing life events on social media. Like, I get milk tea and post it. I get my glass broken and post it. Then I came to realize how it has taken up over my life that … Continue reading Outpouring Feelings
This is a long overdue post on Saracen Winter Race Festival 2017 that happened November 24 last year. The competition was held in Grand Hyatt Hotel open for recreational and premier groups. After what happened in Korea, the whole team was looking forward and beyond excited to join a competition. This was good news for … Continue reading Saracen Winter Race Festival 2017: Women Champs
A series of firsts! It’s Buhangin Divers’ first time to participate in a dragon boat mock race; my first time to paddle stroke side (right); my first time to paddle for fun. There was no pressure at all, no training and yet we still placed 7th out of 9th. And that's not even the best … Continue reading Qatar Sports Day: Buhangin Divers Paddlers(for a day)
It's Wednesday and I said Tuesday is blog day. I flaked out. I don't know how I end up so being exhausted after work when I'm just in front of the computer *facepalm. And I have also been neglecting my fitness goals. I just want to have a long complete 9-hour sleep. And yup, let's … Continue reading Flaked Out
So I have obviously neglected this blog for quite some time now. I'm trying to modify my life. At 24, I have no assets and luckily no liabilities too. I just have a job and still lost. But I won't settle for that. Instead of spending my time over-thinking which is not helpful for my … Continue reading Commitment to Jumbogurl
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https://www.facebook.com/1512264209/videos/vb.1512264209/10209820086928170/?type=3&theater Just a brief explanation of what brought me to Busan. My dragon boat team, Masterpiece has registered to the 7th Busan Open Korea Dragon Boat Festival since June this year. The team has prepared for the battle that was set on September 1-2. At first, I was unassertive with joining but eventually by end … Continue reading What really happened in Busan?
Good morning, Yerevan! We started day 2 by waking up early and taking a quick stroll around Yerevan, which by the way is a brilliant idea! The Republic Square tends to be a little crowded from 9am. Getting up at as early as 6 was a wise decision as we were able to take … Continue reading 2/2 of Armenia
Firstly, here are a few tips you might consider for when preparing a trip to Armenia. When riding the taxi, be sure to have a picture of your destination ready or an Armenian translation so the driver will understand and take you there. For tipping, the minimum amount you can give to the driver is … Continue reading 1/2 of Armenia
If you're keen on history and easily captivated by differences in culture, or just simply wanting to travel in an unusual place - Armenia should be included in your list. We can simply know that Armenia is the first Christian nation in the world but the struggles that come with it to attain what it … Continue reading Armenia: Worth The Visit