Above photo taken at the Church of the Latter Day Saints Visitor Centre in Hamilton, sometime in 2008. Continue reading Today’s Daily Quote …
Now that we’re more settled here in our new home, I now have more time to do the things that bring me joy – not that cleaning the house and tidying up makes me burst into tears ok? I enjoy doing those too, but not as much as appreciating flowers and taking photos of those lovely creations of God. So this morning, after doing a … Continue reading Summer Orchid Show
The final season of Game of Thrones will be released in April, which is not necessarily Winter here in the land down under the land down under, but fairly close to it. April is about the middle of Autumn and the temperatures would be dipping once again. So yeah, winter would be on its way by April and guess what, we’re ready for it.
Voila! Yes, I have moved yet again. I now live in New Plymouth and that photo above is the majestic Mount Taranaki. I took that lovely photo on my way up from Wellington. It was a glorious day when I drove up, the sun was out, the weather was warm and the mountain was not hiding behind clouds. II couldn’t resist. I just had to … Continue reading New Post – from a New City!
The Crusaders (Canterbury Rugby Team) will be facing the Chiefs (Waikato Rugby Team) tonight as they vie for a semifinal slot in the 2017 Super Rugby Tournament. The team that wins tonight will face whoever wins in tomorrow’s game (Hurricanes vs the Lions). It’s going to be tough for me to choose a team because I like all three NZ teams (the Lions are from … Continue reading Crusaders vs Chiefs
Wellington decided to wiggle a bit more than usual on the first few minutes of Monday morning (14th November 2016). It started off as slight trembling – which is a normal occurrence here in the Capital, so I didn’t think much of it. However the tremors didn’t stop after a few seconds. Instead it grew stronger – strong enough to rouse the Grizzly Bear from … Continue reading When Wellington Wiggled
While tidying up my corner at home, I saw this little black notebook lying amongst the mess. It’s my travel notebook – my only one, I think. I used it extensively when I went to China way back in 2008. I opened it up and read what I had written – it was hilarious! Everything! Most of my entries were written in taglish (a mixture of Filipino … Continue reading My Travel Diary