:: Monday, September 27, 2004 ::

Found these pics scattered on the net and damn, they're scary... and funny as hell too!

Gerry, Johnny Balbona, Jonas

Jac, Raipo

Poor Komikeros. I think it's about time that Gerry be kept away from any image-editing software unless we want mutated versions of our faces plastered all over the internet. Hahahaha!

*Note: Images borrowed from the plastic surgery archives of Gerry "Dr. Calayan" Alanguilan.

:: rene 9/27/2004 11:35:00 PM [+] ::
:: Saturday, September 25, 2004 ::

Residence Inn: Picnic Groove: Josephine's, Tagaytay

:: rene 9/25/2004 08:58:00 AM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, September 15, 2004 ::

First of all, let me just get this off my chest -- MY D70 ROCKS!

Just got back from Cebu today after a week's worth of pleasure and business mixed in. "Pleasure" started with a roadtrip down memory lane, to the place where I spent most of my childhood summers -- Ronda. It's one of the smaller municipalities of Cebu located in the southwestern part of the island. Two towns away is its more famous neighbor, Moalboal, known for its pristine dive spots. But my Ronda is where I caught my first fish and my first firefly. Those got to mean something I should say. More than that, my grandparents got me a taste of real rural living to which I appreciate alot. And last weekend, after 8 long years, I was back. Can't help but get nostalgic about the place. In my eyes as a child, Ronda was a paradise. At the end of the day though, the least I could do was to capture its passing scenes.

Cebu, September 2004

Niece and Nephew - Frances and Jeremy - getting a kick out of "I Scream"

Jolana: Under The Shade

BasDaku: Moalboal, Cebu

Jeremy: Picking The Best Shell

BasDaku: Moalboal, Cebu

Jeremy: Enjoying BasDaku's White Sand

Ronda Church

Ronda Sunset

Negros Island's Mt. Kanlaon as seen across the pantalan

Waiting For the Day to Begin

Banca Ride to neighboring Negros Island

Starting Early

Watching Over Us

Bait Picking

"SUGBU" Building along the South Reclamation Project(SRP) Road

Note: In Cebuano, BasDaku would literally translate to "Big Sand". And if there's "Big Sand", there's also BasDiyot(I know, it sounds kinky to Tagalogs) which literally means "Small Sand". Both names physically describe the geography of each beach.

:: rene 9/15/2004 05:41:00 AM [+] ::