Thursday, September 26, 2013
3 Ways Boracay Differs From Other Beaches
Boracay remains a highly regarded vacation spot in the world—a condition that is sure to remain for many years to come. It is a nature-endowed island that is made available for humans to relish—but the question is, what sets this island apart from others, and why is it so renowned? Below are three important characteristics that are uniquely Boracay.
Monday, September 16, 2013
Monday, September 16, 2013 Feature Post, Food, Food Blog, Food Trip, Foodie, Stacy's, The Fort Bonifacio 7 comments
FOOD TRIP | Stacy's, Bonifacio Global City
Pink And Dainty
It was an after shift rave on a weekend. Like every regular corporate junkie, I look forward to weekends so I could let loose some of the stress that had accumulated over the course of the week. As for me, it's mostly the lack of sleep for working night shift. Good food is a good comfort everywhere, and certainly my team (Team Gwapo) knows how to appreciate good food and great ambiance.
Thursday, September 12, 2013
Thursday, September 12, 2013 Architecture, Feature Post, Heritage, Historical Landmark, Laguna, Nagcarlan, Photography, Road Travel 3 comments
LAGUNA | Nagcarlan's Historic Underground Cemetery
Creepy Underground Crypt
Curiosity got the better of me, but I wouldn't miss seeing this crypt if it were the last thing I had to do in this day. I've got a fair share of visiting graves, cemetery's and creepy crypts, but this underground cemetery in Nagcarlan proved to be one of the creepiest old edifice I've seen. Mind you, I didn't discern any bad vibes or restless haunts in its corners.
Thursday, September 5, 2013
AURORA | The Baler Town Photowalk
A new landmark, placed on a corner block near the Municipal Hall.
Known as one of the top spot for surfing destinations in the Philippines, a place of some spectacular geographic formations and one of those Capital Towns that has a huge contribution to the Annals of Philippine history.
Sunday, September 1, 2013
Sunday, September 01, 2013 Batangas, Feature Post, Heritage, Photography, Photowalk, Taal 24 comments
BATANGAS | Galleria de Taal
The Country's First Camera Museum
By this time, after looking inside some of the Old Ancestral Houses in the Heritage town of Taal Batangas, we had our fill of them. Galleria de Taal proved to be different, because it doesn't enshrine people who are long dead. We didn't choke on historic information that we will soon forget, instead we feasted our eyes on some of the rarest camera's, restored and glorified in their pedestal. We even had a glimpse of the most expensive camera this gallery had, which is in the first photo shown above, cast out from a body of 24K pure gold. Makes me glad I had Nikon Camera slung on my neck.