Wednesday, September 5, 2012

in focus: Gillian Isabel @ 5 months


"Take a sprinkling of fairy dust, 
An angel's single feather, 
Also a dash of love and care,
 Then mix them both together. 
Add a sentiment or two, A thoughtful wish or line, A touch of stardust, a sunshine ray... 
Its a recipe, for a Baby Girl truly fine."  ~ Anonymous


Saturday, March 31, 2012

in focus: Ella Mae


The baby is now a lady.

I can still remember when I tried to put this young lady to sleep in my arms. And look at her now! She is all grown up! She dressed up as a fine young woman, she's putting her own makeup like a pro, and she excels in class. Now, that's what you call, beauty and brains! I am so proud of her, and I am sure her parents too... my Kuya Jo & Ate Day. :)

Took this photo session last year when I went home to Bohol. The weather is just so perfect for the shoot. And I am happy to make this happen, atlast!


Saturday, September 3, 2011

Boracay, Philippines


I heart Boracay. Atlast, I made it happen. I manage to squeeze my hectic sked just to visit the place. I was here 2 days ago, and I can still hear the waves and can still picture the beautiful beach. It's indeed a paradise.

Bora, I'll be back. Soon.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Batam, Indonesia

A 30-minute boat ride from Singapore, and you are now in other country, Indonesia. Well, Singapore is even a bus ride away from Johor Bahru, Malaysia. As much as Singapore wants to preserve nature, but, they don't really have a decent beach, and thanks God to neighboring country like Indonesia! Went to Turi Beach last April, and though it's a bit pricey, but, we got a good deal courtesy of Agoda. Enjoy the pictures below!


the resort @ night...

same view... @ daytime






Though I didn't like their food that much, but atleast the place did not disappoint. Very relaxing. :)

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Melaka, Malaysia

Went to Melaka, Malaysia last April with friends. It's a 5-hr bus ride from SG depending on traffic. It's a historic place and it's known to be a World Heritage City. More info about the place in Wiki.


I admit, I am not a big fan of historical places, but, it's a nice breather from my very hectic days from work and the fast-paced life in Singapore. I remembered still working at home few hours before our departure. It was indeed a much needed break.