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  • Bolinao

    Bolinao is on the north eastern portion of the Philippines' biggest island Luzon. A 6 hour bus ride takes one to this beach paradise which thank goodness has not yet been fully discovered by humanity though it seems to be on the verge. I love that it has generally remained quiet and clean. Hopefully it will never be turned into a beach that is invaded by commercialization.
  • Philippine Street Food

    Philippine Street Food
    Whether you're looking for cheap food, a culinary adventure or anything else in between look no further than your street corner! So are you hungry of thirsty? Want a snack or a full meal? Craving for something sweet or something tangy? Whatever it is you're looking for culinary wise, you could always get with Philippine street food.
  • BenCab Museum

    BenCab Museum
    BenCab has a lot more to offer than your regular museums. It houses several galleries that contain tribal artifacts as well as contemporary art. Not only that, it also has a beautiful farm and garden and boasts a wonderful view of the mountains.
  • Makati Central Business District

    Makati Central Business District
    I have been working in the Makati central business district (CBD) for many years. It is known as a major financial and commercial area in Metro Manila. Many international companies have offices there. There are also many hotels, serviced apartments, inns, condominiums, restaurants, and shopping centers.
  • Capones Island (Pundaquit, Zambales)

    Capones Island (Pundaquit, Zambales)
    Part of a group of islands frequented by campers, mountaineers and other city folk, Capones Island and Camara Island are small isles near the Shoreline of Pundaquit in Zambales. A centuries old lighthouse updated with and powered by solar panels stands steadily atop of the island of Capones and is known as Faro de Punta Capones or simply Capones lighthouse.
  • Camp John Hay

    Camp John Hay
    If Manila is getting too hot for you, a 6 hour drive north will give you to the cool mountain air of Baguio. It is in here that you will find Camp John Hay, the last bastion of the American occupation which was turned over to the Philippine government and made into a luxury destination.
  • Mogwai

    Nestled at the center of Marikina Shoe Expo or what is more affectionately called "Cubao X", is Mogwai, a bar owned by one of the most acclaimed directors in Philippine cinema, Erik Matti. It is the ideal place to chill out or for a nightcap, with beers pegged at a dollar each. You can get dessert with their specialty the choco lava cake where you can see the sweet filling oozing before your eyes.
  • Late Anniversary Date in Ilocos Part 2

    Late Anniversary Date in Ilocos Part 2
    This is the second part of our short Ilocos sojourn, this time we were off to a nearby city called Vigan which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the province.
  • Semana Santa sa Pampanga

    Semana Santa sa Pampanga
    As a young "kapampangan" (the term used for people residing in Pampanga), I take pride in the richness of our culture and heritage.
  • Hot Air Balloon Festival

    Hot Air Balloon Festival
    I still remember when I first encountered these giant flying balloons that carry baskets underneath. I never knew what they were until my brother told me they are called hot air balloons. Hot air compressed inside the balloon makes it float like giant picnic baskets soaring through the garden.
  • Giant Lantern Festival

    Giant Lantern Festival
    Want a feast of colours for your Velvia, Provia, and Astia (Fuji should give me a discount for this one)? Then take your films and cameras and head to the majestic town of Pampanga in the Philippines!
  • Sommer Hot Spots: Liwliwa Beach, San Felipe, Zambales

    Sommer Hot Spots: Liwliwa Beach, San Felipe, Zambales
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Da ich in einem tropischen Land und auf eine Inselgruppe lebe, bin ich glücklich darüber sagen zu können, dass ich eine große Auswahl habe, wann immer in mir die Lust nach einer Auszeit am Strand hochkommt. Unter meinen neuesten Sommer Hot-Spots ist auch ein Surf-Spot in der Provinz von Zambales, bloß drei Stunden von Manila entfernt.
  • Desde las Cenizas de una Explosión

    Desde las Cenizas de una Explosión
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Anawangin es una cala que se encuentra en San Antonio Zambales, un pueblo a cuatro horas de Manila. Sin embargo, para llegar exactamente a la cala de Anawangin de todos modos necesitas coger un barco, y eso te llevará más o menos otra hora desde Pundaquit, Zambales. Todo a través de dos autopistas y una montaña.
  • ความงดงามของภูเขาไฟ Pinatubo

    ความงดงามของภูเขาไฟ Pinatubo
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    ความลับของภูเขาไฟ ภายใต้ความงดงามและความน่าสะพรึงกลัว ความเงียบสงบของผืนน้ำสีเขียวมรกต เหมาะสำหรับนักผจญภัยมือสมัครเล่น นี่คงเป็นการเริ่มต้นที่ไม่เลวเลยทีเดียว
  • Surfen bis zum Ende des Sommers in La Union

    Surfen bis zum Ende des Sommers in La Union
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Der Sommer geht langsam seinem Ende entgegen, und wie könnte man die verbleibende Zeit besser nutzen, als zu surfen oder zumindest am Strand zu sein? Tja, das ist genau das, was meine Freunde und ich getan haben! Gesell dich zu uns!
  • Aus der Asche einer Explosion

    Aus der Asche einer Explosion
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Anawangin ist eine Bucht, die in San Antonio in Zambales liegt - einem Dorf vier Stunden von Manila entfernt. Die Anawagin-Bucht erreicht man dennoch nur per Boot, was von Pundaquit (auch Zambales) wiederum eine Stunde dauert, über zwei Schnellstraßen und einen Berg.
  • バギオ ここが私のクリスマス

    バギオ ここが私のクリスマス
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
  • Vigan City: Uma Gema do Passado

    Vigan City: Uma Gema do Passado
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Falar de vanguarda: Vigan City, um Local de Herança Mundial, uma das cidades hispânicas remanescentes nas Filipinas, muito conhecida pelas suas ruas de paralelepípedos, e sua arquitetura única que mistura o estilo arquitetônico Filipino e as construções coloniais européias. Localizada na ponta oeste de Llocos Sur, a cidade oferece uma vasta opção de coisas a se fazer, comidas pra se comer e atrações para ver (ou fotos pra se tirar)!!

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