Corona Heights Park, San Francisco

The Corona Heights Park is a hidden gem in the Castro and Corona Heights neighborhoods of San Francisco, California. You get a great view of San Francisco downtown and the bay for just a little work. The hike up, which will probably take you 15 minutes, is a bit steep but well worth it for…

Golden Gate Park, San Franciso

Windmill, lake, botanical gardens, people sleeping under the tree, people running around, people walking their dogs, ducks swimming in the lake, paddle boats, guys meeting for a martial arts practice, a biking path from the beginning of the park all the way to the Ocean Beach.. It seems like the Golden Gate Park has it…

How I Solved My Packing Problem

I HAVE A PACKING PROBLEM! Sometimes, I wish I’m kidding every time I say I have a packing problem. Should I pack it? How do you fit all your stuff in your luggage? The answer is very simple: just bring what you need! In packing, there is always a struggle to distinguish what we want…

Why You Didn’t See Bela For A While

Hello, readers! I pursued a master’s degree in couch potato-ing in New York, from the first week of March till the last week of April. That is the main reason why my blog became dormant for a while. Don’t worry. Now, I graduated from couch potato-ing! Congratulate me! Yay! Daily NY Routine My daily routine in…

Monterey Bay Aquarium: The Jellies!

I believe these jellyfishes deserve one whole blog post just about them. The number of jellyfish species present in the Monterey Bay Aquarium is amazing. It is dark in the area where the jellyfishes were displayed. It is actually a good thing because it allows you to see the jellyfishes, especially the one that glows,…