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Michell and Dylan’s Wedding in Mexico

Bombarded with calls offering an inclusive 7-days’ vacation in Mexico from the call center in Manila five years ago trained me how to deflect a phone stalker. I snubbed these call center agents making excuses. I am not interested. Strike

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The Ek’ Balam and the Domed Cenote

Ek’ Balam is a three hours ride from Palladium, the hotel we’re staying in Mexico. After a long stretch of good road, we entered to a town, it appeared to me as the Mexican setting of a Clint Eastwood’s movie,

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How to make a Disaster Video

Producing the worst, unsettling video is difficult. One needs to lump three elements for it to be objectionable worthy of ire and frustration.  These elements are: the gadgets element, the nature element, and the human element.  Smart phones are gadgets

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The Binary Thinking Mother

Mothers are binary thinker. Their base of thought consists of “0” and “1”. They are the “0’s”. And the “1’s”, their kids. As the mother’s motto has always been – the best for themselves, is the best for their kids

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Farrah’s Passion

My youngest daughter, Farrah, her passion for dancing is like an impatient Sunflower’s head thrusting into the limelight. In this video at the CN Tower in Toronto, she danced at the top glass floor which shows underneath the breath taking

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Granatsa at Gastos sa Pinas (Nice Way to Spend Money)

Technorati Tags: Back to Baliwag,nostagic,trip,journey_with_insight Granatsa from Jess Fernando on Vimeo.       This is a two-hour movie, and this is Part 1 – about nine minutes. "Granatsa," the video is long for a standard movie. The urge

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