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This is the famous century-old Church of Nuestra Señora De Porteria which has been declared a National Cultural Treasure by the National Museum in 2007 and likewise declared a National Historical Landmark in 2008 by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines. Its current restoration is being supported […]
Anawangin Cove is a popular beach destination in Zambales. It has stunning array of pine trees adoring its white sand beach and the mighty rocky mountains in its background. There is also a stream in the area that mirrors its picturesque landscape. Camping, hiking and swimming are the […]
Here is a glimpse of my authentic Kalinga Tattoo done by no less than the only woman tattoo artist in Kalinga province – 96yrs old FANG OD! Story to follow 😉
What made me curious about Dipolog Cathedral is the fact that the main altar is designed by Dr. Jose Rizal at the time he was exiled in Dapitan. The Cathedral was built in 1896 but has been restored and renovated in the 70s. Despite however the restoration and […]
Star’s Avenue or Avenue of Stars is perhaps one of the most popular place to unwind (for free) in Tsim Sha Tsui. Star’s Avenue gives a perfect view of Victoria Harbour and the nearby Hong Kong Island. Every time I am in Hong Kong, I never fail to […]
Coral Island and Pattaya are famous day tour destinations in Bangkok. For this trip, I availed a tour package as I find it more practical. At 7AM, I was picked up in my hotel. Travel time from Bangkok to Pattaya is almost 1 hour and 30 minutes by […]
I did not check in here. I only had the chance of visiting its facilities open to the public. Venetian Hotel Macau is the largest Casino in the world; the largest single structure building in Asia; the 6th largest building in the world; the second largest Venice in […]
I visited Macau for a day trip as part of my Hong Kong itinerary. I took the 8AM ferry from the China Ferry Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui when I went to Macau. There is another ferry terminal in Sheung Wan in Central Hong Kong. Travel time is […]
Beijing is a good alternative to Chengdu if one wants to see a giant panda. The Panda House or Panda Zoo is inside the Beijing Zoo. The Zoo itself has more than 15 exhibition halls – and the Panda Zoo is one of these. Panda House was built […]
This is Lion’s Club International marker in DS Benedicto and has become one of the town’s landmark. The viewing deck here provides an astonishing view of Talos River and surrounding mountains. Story to follow.
This is the huge Cathedral of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception located in Canetown, Victorias. This cathedral is located within the compound of Victorias Integrated Sugar Milling Company. The cathedral is still unfinished. It’s construction started in mid-90s. Locals say that this is a “curse” church. The […]
Marinduque is 4 hours away from Lucena City via RORO. The following are the follow I took while enroute to Marinduque. To get to Marinduque from Manila, take a bus bound for Lucena Dalahican Port. From there, buy your RORO ticket bound for Gasan.
I had the opportunity to stop at Gasan while in transit from Boac to Torrijos and I was amazed that there are some beautiful Gasan old houses here. Story to follow.
This is Bella Roca from afar. Unfortunately, I had no opportunity to spend a night or two in this luxurious island hotel. Perhaps some other time 🙂
This is Gasan Town Hall in Marinduque.
This is the seat of government of Buenavista, Marinduque. All photos here were captured using a cellphone camera. I visited Buenavista Town Hall last May 24, 2012. RELATED LINKS: Marinduque | Battle of Pulang Lupa Shrine Marinduque | Bella Roca From Afar Marinduque | Boac Casa Real Marinduque | Boac Museum […]