First Date

Since it’s almost Christmas, the time of gift giving and sharing and since for me everyday is gift giving and sharing here is what I did on our first dinner date using my own money (well not really money but a GC I won) with my grandmother. Continue reading “First Date”

Our Mother of Love, Peace and Joy

Standing on top of one of the mountains in Q Park is the 44 ft. statue of Our Mother of Love, Peace and Joy. The statue is so tall you can see it even when your far away from the mountain, though there were some trees covering the sight. I was very excited to see it in person that I just ignored the scorching heat of the sun. The heat was only temporary though because once we got nearer the wind brought with it a cool breeze plus in between the steps were huts made of cement (sorry I don’t know what to call em but you’ll see below what I meant). And I forgot to mention, the number of steps towards the statue is 285 steps, can you believe that. When we were on our way, my grandma couldn’t keep up with me so we have to stop like 5 minutes on every hut. Continue reading “Our Mother of Love, Peace and Joy”


It’s always been my dream to travel the world and explore/experience their culture and history. Going to places I’ve never been and discovering stuff I had never experienced so yeah, I live for adventure. And one of the stuff I want to see when I go traveling is the places that connects me to my religion, the one that connects me to GOD. So discovering on that day that Q Park has a prayer room that is created to be a mirror of the original House of the Mother Mary which is found somewhere in Turkey I got really excited because as we all know this rooms very architectural and the design is amazing. Continue reading “Replica”

Q Park’s Chapel

When we arrive at the Q Park and looked at the map, we couldn’t decide where to go first so we opted for the nearest site we can go to which is the chapel. It was just a few walks away and the weather that time was very hot so when we arrived we were very thankful cause the place was so “mahangin” and it was also an open area. Continue reading “Q Park’s Chapel”

Visiting Q Park

Dr. Norberto Quisumbing and his family turned their 200 hectares of land located in the Municipality of Compostela, the northern part of Cebu, into a place of holiness, prayer, pilgrimage and retreat for people who seeks silence and a time with our dear GOD.  Continue reading “Visiting Q Park”