Thursday, March 14, 2013

Alone time

Lurking alone in city. 


Have no plans, and wake up each day asking yourself what do you want to do? Not unless you have your priorities ;)


Have no fear of walking and exploring new places alone, actually, have no fear in general. That's what I do, or at least try to do. And walk often, not only it helps your body but it also helps your whole being. 

Some photos are from:

Amoeba Record Store- totally a record store heaven.

Golden Gate Park- it was an "okay" park for me, other parks are better. Well, the park is full of "hippies" and whatnot ;)

Chinatown- I loved this part of the city, maybe because it reminds me so much of Manila but it's cleaner than the one in Divisoria, well yeah just telling the truth, I like what I'm seeing there which is like the origin of "MADE IN CHINA".

Valencia Street- Oh, more thrift and vintage stores. Probably, the best finds than the ones in Haight/Ashbury. I tried this vegetarian restaurant called "Herbivore" and I'm coming back for more LOL and had coffee across the resto. :)










































“In the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.”




Wednesday, March 6, 2013

And the sunlight hurts my eye

One sunny day, I went and got (a little bit) lost in this crazy/beautiful park of San Francisco. So when I saw the sign "Buena Vista Park", I checked it out 'cause it was new to me. When I saw the park, it was overwhelming and beautiful. Like, I was screaming inside of me because I got scared and happy at the same time. I was scared not because I'm alone, but because the trees were so hhhhhuge, like "Harry Potter" trees. It was definitely one of the best walk/hike trips I've had. You can also bring your dogs and probably other pets and you can let them run in the woods. I did not go all the way on top of the park, 'cause it was already sunset and I don't want to stay there when it gets dark. Yes, I'm such a killjoy. But i'd rather be safe than sorry. 

So here are some photos that literally took my breath away. Actually, the photos isn't enough if you want to see the view of the park. You really have to be there to be able to feel what I felt, imagine the trees were watching you and as if they can grab you and bring you to another world. ;)
















“In the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.”