Adventure of Life

Adventure of Life

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Sharing Reasons Why I Love You

For every conversation that we’ve had about our relationship, you always pointed the flaws on how I treated you. You always say that I don’t have time and that you felt neglected as we spent our relationship - a typical long distance relationship.That you always asked me to say sorry for all of this which I refused cause I believed that I did nothing wrong to you. But today, I thought and realized that you are right. So, I just want say sorry for all of this, for all the treatment you received from me, for making you not in my priority and felt less important and special. You don’t deserve to be neglected. You deserve to be respected and feel the idea of achievement and love from me. And along with this, let me say thank you….

1. For always securing our relationship  and make it work for you and me no matter what happen. You’ve given so much for the sake of our relationship. You always be the person who has been there through my ups and down.

2. For every messages (hundred of messages, which I considered nonsense), this reminds me that it is worth to live in this big world.

3. For the congratulations every accomplishment I received, whether big or small.

4.For always pushing me to be a better person and become hardworking in my own craft.

5. For genuinely believing and trusting which lead me to great opportunity in life. I can do all things because you believe despite of all the flaws and weaknesses I have.

6. For being source of my incredible strength to remain standing still.

7. For every surprise, whatever and whenever.

8. For saying enough, you will give up and do whatever I want to do in our relationship, then after a while, you will write me messages as if nothing happens.

9. For always checking and asking where the hell I am and what I up into, this makes me feel important and despite the hate and love relationships that we have, you remain to be one of the coolest person and set the highest standard bar of patience.

10.For accepting me and giving me opportunity to experience love and life the way it should be and most especially,for giving me always a chance to love and to be loved by saying I love you.

Thank You and I love You Christine Almonte.

Sunday, July 10, 2016

City on Fire, Al-Faisaliyah Tower

To refresh our senses, to break from usual squandering things that reminded us that we are expatriate and to beat the scorching climate of Saudi Arabia, me and my co–workers here in Saudi Arabia mutually agreed to take definitive journey to the intriguing and iconic Al-Faisaliah Tower located in the heart of Riyadh last Eid Al Fitr or End of Ramadan Festival.

Here are some of the pictures I took at the top or viewing deck of Faisaliyah Tower.Enjoy!!!!

The Al Faisaliyah Center is a commercial skyscraper located in the business district of Riyadh. It is the second tallest building in Saudi Arabia after the Kingdom Center. Immediately below it an outside viewing deck; at ground level, there is a shopping center with major world brands. The Al Faisaliyah Center is about 267 meters high and consists of 44 floors. The 4 corner beams of the Al Faisaliyah center join at the top above a golden ball. The design is said to be based on that of a ballpoint pen. Inside the golden ball is a luxury revolving restaurant. There is a clear view of Saudi Arabia's other skyscraper, the Kingdom Center, from the Al Faisaliyah Center and the two buildings create a silhouetted skyline in the evening. The tower was designed by UK based architects Foster and Partners and engineers Buro Happold. It is part of an Al Faisaliyah Complex, which consists of a hotel, the tower, and two other buildings. The tower also has several restaurants like 11a and the Globe and has also a Cigar lounge at the top floor. (Wikipedia)

Monday, July 4, 2016

Art in Sunset and Sunrise

My collection of Sunset and Sunrise Photos from Saudi, Oman and the Philippines.Enjoy!!!!

Saturday, July 2, 2016

Stunning View of Saudi Arabia at Night

Night Photography:Place: Olaya District, Riyadh,Saudi Arabia
This particular photos of Saudi Arabia adds extra interest in the contrast about Saudi thinking as a Kingdom with very conservative culture and tradition plus a desert one between the modern city and the calm environment beyond.This impressive cityscapes represents the only one of the kind exhibition of Saudi Arabia itself.