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One of the goals I set for myself this year was to go on more adventures, and take more leaps. Now that it’s mid-june, I’ve been going over the past 6 months and i’ve realized that another goal i should’ve set for myself was to properly document my adventures! Feeling a little bit like an idiot for not taking the time to share on mart-inabox what i’ve been up to. So, in an attempt to make up for lost time, i’m here to chronicle my trips in retrospect! 

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My sister goes on alot of trips for work, and one of the places she frequents is Singapore. I’ve only been there once before, so on a whim of sorts, my brother in law and I decided to book a trip to spend the weekend with her on one of her longer stays. Honestly, my schedule didn’t allow for a long trip, so in between deadlines and events, I managed to squeeze in 4 days of not so relaxing Singapore sunshine. 

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Things I love about Singapore: 1. Mobility! We spent the entire first day walking from Orchard to the Marina Bay Sands, and what would normally feel like a stroll through hell and back again, it was actually quite pleasant despite the overwhelming heat and humidity. 

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2. Daisies on the train. I love Gerber daisies, and I suppose Singapore wanted to show off by making old couples hand out free daisies at the Dhoby Ghaut station.

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3. Sentosa. I’ll admit, the whole man-made beach concept kind of turned me off, but when I started to look at Sentosa as a theme park, it all seemed to make more sense. 

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After getting my fill of Singapore beach culture, the rest of the trip was spent shopping along orchard and catching up with an old friend from grade school. 

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A couple of months ago, I decided to take my personal branding seriously. Without knowing the first thing about branding, I called Joe and he helped me sort out (and re-mess up) the organized chaos I like to call martinabautista.com
So, drop by, say hi, and take a peek into my tiny corner of the internet. 
Note: Not leaving mart-inabox.tumblr.com! in fact, got a few posts lined up, so stay tuned I guess! 

Photo by: Artu Nepomuceno
Logo by: Joe Josue

A couple of months ago, I decided to take my personal branding seriously. Without knowing the first thing about branding, I called Joe and he helped me sort out (and re-mess up) the organized chaos I like to call martinabautista.com

So, drop by, say hi, and take a peek into my tiny corner of the internet. 

Note: Not leaving mart-inabox.tumblr.com! in fact, got a few posts lined up, so stay tuned I guess! 

Photo by: Artu Nepomuceno

Logo by: Joe Josue


Currently: day dreaming about Singapore
porkscrew:

Singapore, March 2014
Film: Ilford xp2 400
Taken by Porkscrew

Currently: day dreaming about Singapore

porkscrew:

Singapore, March 2014

Film: Ilford xp2 400

Taken by Porkscrew


May 15

Anonymous said: What drawing tablet do you use? :)

Hi! I use a wacom/bamboo tablet :)


porkscrew:

Singapore, March 2014.
Film: Ilford xp2 400
Taken by Porkscrew

porkscrew:

Singapore, March 2014.

Film: Ilford xp2 400

Taken by Porkscrew


bohol 2013



Anonymous said: hi, i just want to know where you buy your films and have it developed? thanks! :)

I buy and have it developed at either fuji or kodak :) Fuji takes about a week to develop while kodak takes less time but costs more. I hear the Fuji in MOA is faster, but I havent tried it out yet. 

Thanks for stopping by!