Last month, a friend of my husband asked him if its okay with me to be interviewed to be featured on their fashion site, stylecebu. At first I was hesitant, ‘coz that would be the first interview of my entire life. (lol) On second thought, it would be a pleasure to let people know not just about me but also the modeling agency where I came from and who molded part of my personality. Check out stylecebu to know more of me and the best of Cebu and fashion.
One of the most well known emirates of UAE is Dubai. Despite of the fact that people’s impression of Dubai is something like it’s a life threatening country, but still people from different parts of the world keep coming back to UAE. And because of its fast growing economy and it’s one of a kind and artistic infrastructures and buildings, Dubai has made their city very familiar and famous not only in UAE but also with other foreign countries.
I’ve been in this city about 2 years ago and used to work in an airport hotel for quite some time. I’ve also explored some of Dubai’s well-known destinations like the Mall of Emirates with its famous indoor Ski Dubai, Desert Safari, Wild Wadi and have seen Burj al Arab, the only 7star hotel. Although I have not been to other countries yet, but I should say that Dubai is one of the cities that I look forward to coming back…. that if my hubby and I have the finances.(LOL) Especially now that I’ve learned that they have just opened Dubai Mall, their newest and one of the biggest shopping mall with the largest indoor aquarium in the world and their new Airport terminal which is amazingly big and spacious, I would surely save for the rainy days. Don’t you think?
Living in a foreign country either for work or pleasure, there’s one thing that I’ve learned. You can enjoy everything and anything as long as you want but you have to always put in mind the value of respect for the locals’, their traditions, beliefs, and laws, like anybody else deserves.
Last August 2008,my husband and I chose Singapore for our honeymoon getaway. Not only that it’s one of the most developed and attractive tourist spots in Asia but we have some friends that could help us tour within the city. On December 2008, just a few moths after we had our jaunt or honeymoon, I heard a shocking news about the world’s biggest ferries wheel also known as the Singapore Flyer. Who would expect that after 9 months from its soft opening it just shut down and trapped 173 passengers for 6 hours. Even a friend of my husband was there and made a try on the flyer the night before it happened. Not only that she enjoyed her vacation but she also felt lucky she was not there during the incident. At the back of my mind, I felt for her too. If it happened that we moved our honeymoon 4 months and a number of hours from the usual plan, if I was brave enough to try on those scary rides and if we were not lucky enough and encountered the same incident. I couldn’t imagine myself hanging hundreds of feet off the ground. Maybe I would call all the saints and goddess for help. Thank God we are lucky.