We have visited Siquijor December of last year and I still seem to be at a loss for words on how to start my chronicles of this enchanted island. When I take a look back, the first vivid memory that always pops on my mind […]
A gathering of Philippines 7,107 islands diverse cultural heritage. It is showcased through music and colorful dancing that shows not only our unique Filipino traditions but also on how we celebrate the roots of our faith, thanksgiving and our ancestors plight to keep peace in […]
It was actually harder to plan out where to go during long holidays. Costs of travel fares and accommodations are higher, and usually the cheaper ones are already fully booked. So, when my usual travel buddies just decided to visit some old friends in Pangasinan, I tagged […]
7 scriptures, 7 last words, 7 holy wounds, 7 Christian Sites , 7 Deacons, 7 ancient basilicas. These are said to be the symbolism of the 7 church visitation or the traditional Visita Iglesia. It is traditionally observed during the holy week but with so […]
We rode the BTS (Bangkok Mass Transit System) in search of a good vantage point to shoot and take a trip around the city, a side trip for our real agenda here – WORK. We were in Bangkok, but constraint in time and budget sent […]
Countless twinkling and colorful lights, matched with orbs that were synchronized to the sound of different Christmas songs were just some of the highlights of this year’s Light and Sound show by Ayala.
Camping is nature’s way of promoting the motel business.– Dave Barry After a long drive from Manila, it was still dark when we arrived at San Antonio, Zambales at dawn. We were going to catch sunrise at Capones, an island off the coast of Pundaquit. […]
Policarpio is a just an ordinary street in Barangay Zaniga in the city of Mandaluyong but during the Yuletide season, the residents transform their houses from plain to extra-ordinary. Their decorations ranging from Sta. Clause of different sizes, life-sized “Belens”, Christmas lights and LED lights adorning their houses from roof to ground.
In a country like the Philippines which is pre-dominantly Catholic in belief , the conventional funeral practice for the deceased is by being embalmed, having a wake or “lamay” offered with prayers, a mass then a funeral procession before being either buried 6 feet underground […]
We were already feeling the breeze getting colder as dusk set in the city of Baguio. We were trying to take our chance to get inside the grounds of Dominican Hill and get a glimpse of the spooky Diplomat Hotel. It was already around 6:00 […]