Is It Too Late?

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I have been thinking about this lately. I really wanted to be able to play the piano.

Things I kept on asking myself are:

  • Do I have the patience to learn it?
  • Should I teach myself and watch stuff like “piano for dummies“?
  • Am I able to enroll myself in a music school?

I don’t know. Maybe I am just too lazy to do this stuff.

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A Frustrated Pianist

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Happy Birthday, Do-Re-Mi, and Love of My Life. These are all the songs I was able to play for piano recitals. My mom introduced me to piano lessons when I was five. I was a kid back then, so I had no interest in such activities.

Now that I have grown, and got exposed to different bands in the 90’s, I regret that I didn’t pursue playing the piano. Every time I see a portable piano, I wish I’d be able to play cool music with it. Maybe it’s not too late for me.

Ilocosighting (Day 2): Cape Bojeador Lighthouse and Kapurpurawan Rock Formation

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Beautiful nature – this is what I witnessed as we progressed to the second day of our Ilocos tour. I know the Philippines is such a gifted country when it comes to natural resources. In this post, I am going to share the wonders of nature in Ilocos.

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Ilocosighting (Day 1)

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Historical sites, beautiful shores, and delicious food. These are few of the many highlights I experienced during this particular trip. Yes, we’ve come to the 4th part of my “northern experience”. This time, Jona and I traveled to the north western part of Luzon. We visited the Ilocos region.

To take you back, here are the other entries regarding my trip:

  1. A Trip To The North To Meet Jon
  2. Intramuros: the Walled City
  3. Art Appreciation: Art in Island x Yuchengco Museum x Ayala Museum

During the planning phase, Jona initially booked our tour with Shawn Sam Travel Tours. I don’t know what happened, but later we found out that we got transferred to a different agency called Costa Travel and Tours. By the way, I am not paid to write this. 😉 Continue reading