Tag: culture

  • A Race Against Darkness

    A Race Against Darkness

    One thing that I hate about autumn and winter days is the limited amount of daylight that we get. It’s very typical that we are always inside during the day because of work and we only have a couple of hours of daylight after. But that’s the reality of life-we can’t have everything. However, we […]

  • La Sagrada Familia

    This is my take on the Daily Post photo challenge, ornate. This is inside the majestic La Sagrada Familia church which was designed by a Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. I can say that Gaudi did a very good job. I went here in 2012. I remember waiting to get inside for an hour in the […]

  • Simple Joys in Life

    The tea set that I ordered from my Japanese friend has finally arrived today. I’m so happy because I have my very own teapot now. I can now brew and serve Sencha tea into an authentic Japanese teaware. I got this for 67 usd (Shipping is included.) I opted for a floral blue one, because […]

  • Fiesta in Stavanger! Day 1

    Today is the opening of the annual food festival in Stavanger, Gladmat Festivalen (Happy Food Festival). My friends and I went there today to see what they have this year. I found out that it’s almost the same as the previous years. They have seafood, burgers and grill food. Apparently there are lots of people […]

  • Summer Vacation Part III: Feast of St. Ignatius de Loyola

    Summer Vacation Part III: Feast of St. Ignatius de Loyola

    The feast of Saint Ignatius de Loyola is celebrated on July 31. Saint Ignatius is the patron saint of the soldiers, the founder of the Jesuits (Society of Jesus) and he is also one of the patron saints of Liloan Southern Leyte. It’s not my first time to celebrate the feast of St. Ignatius de […]

  • Norwegian Petroleum Museum

    One of the first things/places that I’m going to show my friends abroad here in Stavanger aside from Preikestolen is the Norwegian Petroleum Museum because the Norwegian Oil history has lots of interesting story to tell. And also the museum is really nice and modern and is great for both youngsters and adults.