Villa Igang Beach Resort, Guimaras Island

An Amateurs Perspective

The day after the Flying of the 15k lanterns, I went to the Island of Guimaras again.  (May 25, 2013)

This is actually my 2nd time coming to Villa Igang and actually slept here for the night.
Villa Igang is located at Poblacion, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras.
After arriving at the port in Guimaras
– You can either rent a “multi-cab” if you come with a group.
– You can either rent a “tricycle” if you come in 3’s or 5’s and with little luggage.
– or ride a jeep if you’re saving money (Haha) 😀

But I wouldn’t really recommend this place to Foreigners, Filipinos or  those who are “allergic” to dirty bathrooms, like me, and to those who expects 5 star accommodations.  (ex. Hot showers, Fresh Towels, Free Toiletries, Aired Pillows etc..)

But putting those negative things aside, For those adventurous people who just wants to visit…

View original post 328 more words


The Future is Ours to Create

Two Kids Plus Dad

I sit here every night, all day long, thinking of what I can do with my life. I reflect on the degree I went to college for, Criminology and Criminal Justice, and try to figure out why I got a degree in this field. What I have found is a few different reasons but all reasons that one should not choose a degree for. First reason is when I spent my four years in the Marine Corps, I felt like my duty and service to society was not finished, when I was discharged, and I needed to continue. Only way I could figure out how to do that was to get into law enforcement. After six years of applications, interviews, and a bachelors degree, I have realized I really do not have the assertive and authoritarian personality that is required of such position. I joke about why I joined the…

View original post 1,021 more words

Japanese Fashion

The Amazing Travels

Japan has had centuries of serious fashion scenes…so serious that at one point in its history, fashion became a threat to the social order of its society!

Japan’s fashion world has been so colorful – from their distinctly Japanese form of clothing during ancient times, to the rapidly-evolving fashion industry of the modern times.

Kimono is a traditional Japanese robe worn by every Japanese from the Heian period (794 to 1185) up to the Edo period (1603-1868). The kimono style had interestingly evolved through time.  When it was introduced during the Heian period, the focus was more on the cut, fabric and comfort. From the Kamakura Period (1192-1338) to the Edo period (1603-1868), it revealed information about the status of the wearer. There was a distinction of colors and patterns for the samurai of each realm. Each noble clan had a crest and the circular emblems were either on the…

View original post 472 more words