This post has been in my drafts for so long. Hopefully, anything I share here will still be of help when you go to Sagada. 🙂 Late of last year, I went on an out of the country vacation, but I still felt burnt out. (It must have been too short. LOL!) So I asked […]
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 […]
In celebration of the 39th National Heritage Month, the National Museum has free entrance this whole month of May. I went there last week and took a bunch of photos (and videos on Snapchat). I restrained myself from taking many because I do not want to spoil my dear readers. 😀 Spolarium