Someone asked us why do we enjoy Car Free Day in Jakarta. We think it’s better for you to see these photos. … and videos. Car-Free Day in Jakarta is held every Sunday since May 2012. It is held on the main avenues of the city, Jalan Sudirman and Jalan Thamrin, from Senayan area to Monas (Monumen Nasional), from 6 AM to 11 AM. If you … Continue reading Car Free Day (CFD) Jakarta!
Because it’s our special month- October, we’ll be sharing our Maldives adventure from 2 years ago for our #CapanzanasOctobersBest. If you know us, you’ll know that this month is our happy month cause it’s our birthdays and Church wedding anniversary all packed in 3 consecutive days! 🙂 Amazing how time flies, this seems to just to be yesterday! It’s amazing how much stories we have. … Continue reading Maldives: Travel on a Budget & Barefoot Luxury!
Maraming salamat po sa inyo (Thank you very much to all of you). We celebrated our anniversary with grateful hearts to all of you (our family and friends)—- for your support and extra patience and love to make this marriage stronger. ❤️ Thank you po sa Forced Runner, our extended family, for always making our annual #OctobersBest outreach a success. Mahal namin kayo, lalo na … Continue reading Outreach 2019: The Capanzanas X Forced Runner
Hello from the Capanzanas! We’ve started our pages for a lot of beautiful reasons. We’re married for 4 years now and we see each other 3 – 7 days only in a month due to Cyra’s work requirements. Our Facebook, Youtube and especially our Instagram pages will help us stay connected and reconnect with what we love while hopefully enriching your lives, too! Let us … Continue reading Hello from @TheCapanzanas!
Respect is never forced or demanded. It’s always earned. When you think about it, some seem to be mandatory like respect for parents, teachers, elders. But think again, they earned it.l L Dad used to tell me, I have to work hard for it. Others need to work hard for my respect too. oo Continue reading Dad’s WOW #6
Believe me, buying train tickets in Japan is not as complicated as its railways. If you’re a worrier like me and you’ll be visiting Japan soon, let go of that worry! Even if you have zero Nihonggo skills, buying train ticket in Japan using their (all-Japanese) ticketing machine is as easy as 1, 2,3. 🙂 Here, I quickly filmed it. Continue reading Japan: Buying train tickets
Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step in your life. Tip toe if you must, but take a step. Continue reading Dad’s Wow #2
First time I’ve seen a place in #Singapore where you can just throw trashes on the floor. 🙂 thanks to. @nicoleowx! (at Emerald Hill No 5) Continue reading
I had an amazing time last Saturday in the Philippine Fashion Week. Though alone, I got to appreciate more the Filipino craftsmanship that made me want for more. There were 17 designers who showcased their collections of Burdang Taal, a very detailed hand-embroidery technique that originated in Taal, Batangas, in formal, casual, classic, relax, dreamy, easy, cocktail styles. I like the top of this JC Buendia design. I … Continue reading Burdang Taal, Habing Pilipino