I stayed in Baguio for 4 days, 3 nights a couple of weeks ago for work, but some sightseeing were squeezed in our schedule. Honestly, I couldn’t fully commit myself to that business trip because I had another supposedly more important task. But because my colleague can’t go alone, I really had to go to […]
San Pedro Macati Church was constructed in 1620 with baroque architecture. It was destroyed during the British occupation of Manila in 1762 then reconstructed in 1849. In 1899-1902, the Church was a hospital for American soldiers. I found old photos, which I included later on in this post.
In case you missed it, I highly suggest you read first part 1 of the Coron 2011 blog series. Second and last day of island hopping When you see it…
More than a month and still counting, I still have no internet connection at home, thus lesser blog updates. The upside is I can concentrate on things I have set aside for the longest time and that includes organization of photos. If you only knew, gais, if you only knew… Anyway, even if I have […]
This (last) India tour post will be in two parts because I have so much photos. (As usual.) The family was complete for the “final India tour” in Agra. The driver picked us up from the hotel around 9AM then we headed out for a 3-hour ride to Agra.
The second and last part of the Delhi Sightseeing Tour! In case you missed the first part, here you go. 🙂 Parliament House and other government buildings To the Parliament House
Another day, another tour of both Old and New Delhi. Delhi Sightseeing Tour The Delhi Sightseeing Tour includes mostly memorials and monuments, a couple of places of worship, and a rickshaw experience at Chandni Chowk. The majority didn’t want to ride a rickshaw (majority, meaning except me), so that was crossed out of the itinerary. […]