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  • Paradise Not Lost: Bellarocca Island Resort and Spa

    Paradise Not Lost: Bellarocca Island Resort and Spa
    The first time I heard about Bellarocca, I immediately had it pinned on the must-visit places in my head. It's this one humongous island rock and I wonder, how could rocks be any more beautiful than this? Truly, it lives up to its name - Bellarocca, which means beautiful rock.
  • Philippine National Railways (Metro Manila Line)

    Philippine National Railways (Metro Manila Line)
    In greater Manila, the Light Railway Transits may be the preference of most commuters nowadays, but we mustn't take for granted the granddaddy that started it all.
  • Holy Week in Marinduque

    Holy Week in Marinduque
    Lent is a time People flock to Marinduque to watch the famous Moriones Festival in a spectacular reenactment of the legend of Longinus. Devout followers troop to Marinduque yearly for this unique festival. If it's not your cup of tea, there's plenty of beaches too!
  • Pub: Route 196

    Pub: Route 196
    A famous pub in the north side of Manila, Philippines. Route 196 is located near Blue Ridge Katipunan, Quezon City. Though this has been known as a gig place, it is definitely more than just music and drinks. It is the alternate route to great music, food, and art.
  • Northern Palawan

    Northern Palawan
    The Calamian group of islands in Palawan intrigued me for so long. Busuanga Island, being the biggest and most populated, is the jump-off point. You can get to Busuanga in about an hour by plane or 14 hours by sea travel. I fell in love with this place in 2007 on a spontaneous weekend getaway. I was raving so much that I made a second trip, and this time, I made reservations and a list of places to see.
  • La Mesa Ecopark (Quezon City)

    La Mesa Ecopark (Quezon City)
    If the grassy lawns of Luneta or Paco fall short, urbanize tree huggers can scoot to the northern borders of La Mesa Ecopark for the much-needed therapy of nature-bonding. An excellent place for family picnics and school field trips, this resuscitated parkland delivered by from the destruction of rampant illegal logging and poaching in East Fairview, Quezon City welcomes flocks of city folk seeking respite and leisure in Manila's last standing forest, especially during long weekends and holidays.
  • The Academic Oval, UP Diliman

    The Academic Oval, UP Diliman
    From the naked man at the entrance of the university to the most relaxing spot inside the campus - these are the places accessible from what UP students call the "Acad Oval".
  • Protest Art in the State University

    Protest Art in the State University
    In the University of the Philippines-Diliman, art can be found anywhere. We have a museum, yeah, but that does not stop anyone from having an exhibit just right outside the building. By placing art outside, it can get more attention from people who wouldn't usually bother going inside the museum.
  • Grotto

    Grotto
    This Grotto is a replica of the one in Lourdes, France. It is located in San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan. They also built a replica of the Church, at least externally. The gothic design is very unusual and not typical of basilicas in the Philippines. It is a place of prayer and pilgrimage.
  • Cheap Date Ideas: La Mesa Ecopark

    Cheap Date Ideas: La Mesa Ecopark
    As much as I love shopping, I do get tired from being in the mall every single weekend. So to break our usual routine, save a bit of money, and check out something new, my boyfriend and I went to La Mesa Ecopark, which is located all the way in Fairview.
  • World Light Expo 2007

    World Light Expo 2007
    At the corner of the barren highway that is Coastal Road you would see some odd looking shapes peeking over the hastily constructed fences. But by the night fall these shapes come to life in a spectacular display of lomographic glory. Lights of different hues light up Chinese structures made from everyday trinkets like plates, spoons, cd's, what ever you have. Just don't forget to bring films at least at ISO 400. Or a gigantic flash. If it gets too hot, you can also visit the ice light show, where it is minus 18 degrees. Just don't bring your gear inside.
  • Residencia del Riego: Night Swim Fun!

    Residencia del Riego: Night Swim Fun!
    Found in Alitagtag, Batangas, this quaint resort provides a quick getaway for Manileños like me. Read on to find out more.
  • A Short Trip to Binondo, Manila’s Chinatown (Or the Day We Craved for Frog Legs!)

    A Short Trip to Binondo, Manila’s Chinatown (Or the Day We Craved for Frog Legs!)
    Every country has its own version of Chinatown, and the Philippines is no exception. Last weekend, my friend and I went to Binondo (Manila’s Chinatown District) to satisfy our gastronomic cravings.
  • Caffeinated Haunts: Cafe De Seoul (Taft Avenue, Manila)

    Caffeinated Haunts: Cafe De Seoul (Taft Avenue, Manila)
    If you're looking for a nice and cozy spot to read, study, or relax with a cup or two of delicious coffee, I have just the series for you. Join me as I roam around Metro Manila (and hopefully, elsewhere in the world) to look for some caffeinated haunts worth checking out!
  • Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife

    Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife
    Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife is an ecological sanctuary within the city. It has mini zoo, lagoon, amphitheater, fishing village and vast areas of greenery's. This is my personal favorite spot to take pictures. The relaxing atmosphere and the serene manmade lake are just the extras. It has an enormous park land area hence there are plenty of sceneries to choose from. Great place to go for picnic and test your new rolls of film and cameras nevertheless.
  • White Beach (Torrijos, Marinduque)

    White Beach (Torrijos, Marinduque)
    Traveling to the island province of Marinduque during the Holy Week was a test of patience. But rewards are abound. The stretch of white sand beach of Poctoy is proof to that. The privacy of a beach cove was perfect for sleeping right at the shore. The following day was excellent for getting a tan, playing beach volley, throwing Frisbee or just take a dip!
  • Eyespotting Borawan Island

    Eyespotting Borawan Island
    In the small, rural town of Padre Burgos in Quezon Province, one can find an island getaway, unknown to many, called Borawan. The name itself was coined from the popular Boracay Beach and Palawan. As the locals and some reviews would say, this small side beach haven is a combination of both.
  • Philippine Tricycle

    Philippine Tricycle
    We all know (well most people) that the quintessential Philippine way of getting around is with the legendary Jeepney. However it is unavoidable that in some cases that we would need to go someplace that won't have the luxury of space. We would require something a little more compact which is what the Philippine tricycle is all about. It is basically a cheap motorcycle (in same cases just a bicycle) welded with an aluminium sidecar.
  • Punta Fuego

    Punta Fuego
    Looking for a place to relax and unwind? Get out of the city and rest somewhere in Batangas, Philippines! Batangas is the HUB for those who want to beat the heat of the sun during summer. Hence, go there during the summer days or when you just feel the need to. Or a Lomo shoot perhaps. I stayed there a couple of times and I always enjoy taking memories with me through my Holga. I give the sceneries and the amenities 5 out of 5. The best shots I had with my Holga were captured at Punta Fuego, Batangas. It is located at the tip most part of Batangas and it is around 3 to 4 hours travel by land from the metro.
  • Tanza Oasis Resort

    Tanza Oasis Resort
    This resort offers the largest themed swimming pool in the area that will cater to those young at heart and the kids. Outdoors, you'll feel like you're in a jungle with mountain rock sculptured walls and big animals like monkeys, turtles, and crocodiles while inside, the hotel rooms have nice and spacious interiors. Tanza Oasis offers a touch of nature with a modern feel. A perfect place to unwind and enjoy the waters with family and friends.

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