Hometown Tourist: Cresting Wanderlust at Cresta de Gallo

It always stimulates a sense of satisfaction when you travel, and a lot of studies can back me up on this. Hearing it first-hand from your friends still on a holiday high, sporting a glistening tan will make it all sound even better. This entails merits from being identified as a tourist. Seeing a place …

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Maligcong: A Stairway to Heaven

I was born and raised in a coastal town where I was taught to swim on the local beach until I could jump off our jetty and sought fun from crashing with waves. But as I’ve grown, it seemed like I was deafened by the quotidian sound of the shoreline and turned my ear to …

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There’s workplace-stress, then there’s A Quiet Place-stress

I began losing appetite for horror genre when exorcism movies became a trend over the past five years. And I totally lost it when it could no longer deliver even close to being good for the usual reason of having crappy, hackneyed storyline and cringe-worthy acting. But then came in from the shadows the intriguing …

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