I recently learned one negative aspect on earth that results to something positive! It’s the Negative Ions that are abundant in nature especially around waterfalls, the ocean surf and the beach. Scientists say that negative ions are like antimicrobial agents that neutralizes fee radicals and promote good health as well as overall well-being.
I recently harvested a pretty good amount of negative ions when I recently had a fun out-of-town adventure with my colleagues at one nice beach resort in Laiya, Batangas.
Refreshed and recharged, I was able to create two videos from this summer in September fun adventure. Happy watching…
Only now that I realized that in the past 7 times that I have travelled to Japan, only few times did I went to a public art museum. Reason maybe is because Japan in itself is one whole country of a public museum. Everything you see, touch and feel seem worthy of being preserved, collected and exhibited.
When I go to a foreign country, I often set aside a day to visit either an art, cultural or historical museum. I call it my “cultural day”. A day when my soul is fed with art, history and culture. But being in Japan, everyday seem to be a “cultural day”.
Though it is my 8th journey to Japan, this visit is still something different. It is because I got to go and check on an actual museum. And what is so unique about it is that I myself seem to be part of the museum’s exhibit.
While my nieces and nephews settled to go to Osaka’s Universal Studios, accompanied by one of my nieces, I, my sisters and Nengkoy went to Osaka Museum of Housing & Living.
The whole museum is a replica of an old Japanese town, specifically during Japan’s Edo period. The cool thing about this museum is you got to rent and wear clothes of people during that era. Thus, visitors donned in kimonos and yukatas can interactively feel how it really was 200 years ago in Osaka.
Adding up the modern Japanese technology, the lighting and sound simulations of the whole museum would shift, in which visitors would get to witness how it is to be during early morning dawn, daytime and nighttime period of the Edo era. The awesome feeling was like stepping into the good olden days of Osaka!
If you have been a tourist in the Philippines for a couple of times already and you believe that there is no longer a reason to be back in this tropical country, well, you must reconsider this country again. Or if you think that you have limited time to spend here in the Philippines and think that getting to popular tourist destinations like Cebu, Palawan, Boracay and Bohol will entail too much of time and money, then you can simply consider going to Sinagtala Farm and Resort.
I and my colleague were just there a week ago. Sinagtala is located in Orani, Bataan. It is only two hours easy driving north of Manila. Why am I recommending Sinagtala as a place to go? It is because I simply had an awesome experience in this resort.
The food was unexpectedly delicious! Don’t miss the native Pinakbet and the surprisingly delicious Taro Ice Cream for dessert.
The huge infinity swimming pool is cool! I usually don’t dip in a public pool, but upon seeing how clean and inviting the pool was, I never had second though of splashing in it.
The green natural sights are just spectacular! Fresh air, cool breeze, spectacular flora were something to behold.
The adventure rides were all so fun! I love the zipline!!!
That’s me at the right and Jorge Buenaflor at the left side…
At only 750 pesos (US$15) you can try all their adventure rides and facilities – zipline, sky bike, hanging bridge and giant sky swing. I am living in the Philippines, I have been to Sinagtala yet I consider coming back in this beautiful place. I had so much fun in this place I was enthused to create a simple music video of me and colleagues enjoyment in Sinagtala.