Koryn Iledan is now back to her regular programming

Sorry folks, the past month has been uber busy what with all the election stuff going around.  Sleep didn't seem to be an option.  Neither was rest.  So forgive my cyber-absence.  Looking through my long "To Blog" list, I feel so ashamed for neglecting my site for almost a month *covers face then cowers in a corner*.  But I'm back!  And I feel pretty inspired.  Aside from my pending posts I'm also cooking up a new photography project.  So sit back, relax, and watch out for my upcoming inanities ;)  Ciao!

Choose wisely

Seven days 'til the elections.  Have you made up your mind yet?


You don't need to be an election officer, a watchdog volunteer, or a media man to be a part of history this coming elections.

Read up on your candidates.  Think.  Rethink.  Choose.  Then go out.  Vote.  And then become a part of the change that will shape our history.



Remember the date:  
MAY 10, 2010.


The deer farm

When going to the Caramoan Peninsula, I learned that the Deer Farm is usually part of the itinerary.  Located four kilometers up Mount Isarog in Ocampo, Camarines Sur, the Deer Farm is home to different Australian breeds such as the Blackbuck Antelope, Fallow Deer, Chital Deer, Red Deer, and Elk.  Just don't ask me to identify which is which :p 



The Deer Farm was our first stop on the way to the Caramoan Peninsula.  At first, I wasn't even interested at all.  But it turned out to be an interesting pit stop.  It felt like we were in an entirely different country.

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