Tag Archives: Manila

Swim In The Sunset

My friends just don’t believe me when I say that summer in Japan is so much worse than the Philippines’. During the hot season, Tokyo is as humid as f*ck that it’s even eeky during rainy days. Instead of feeling … Continue reading

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Friendly Philippines

I stumbled upon Cody Mafatu‘s video about his adventures in Manila and Batangas, and I really got hooked into it. Though it doesn’t feature the country’s well-known tourist destinations like the Banaue Rice Terraces, Boracay, Palawan and the likes,  he … Continue reading

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Hindi Ko Birthday!!! (It’s Not My Birthday)

Four years ago in Manila, I was having a very fun dinner with my high school friends when they surprised me with a birthday serenade from the whole staff of Gumbo’s Mall of Asia. The catch is that it wasn’t … Continue reading

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Young At Heart

One of the best times I had during my stay in Manila last winter vacation was when I went to Museong Pambata (Children’s Museum) with my friends, Joy and Niña. We spent almost 4 hours inside the museum, looking and … Continue reading

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Teach Me How To Dougie

Ok! Let’s take a break from all my Philippine adventures and get back to reality. There’s still a lot of photos awaiting to be shared and I hope you bear with me as I prove to you that the new … Continue reading

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The Walls

I really find the walls of Intramuros very beautiful because it exudes beauty and richness in history. That’s why I asked my friend Rain, to take some snaps for me while posing in this vintage fortress of Fort Santiago. I … Continue reading

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Intramuros: The Walled City

One of my plans during my trip to the Philippines was to explore my own city Manila. Though I’ve lived there for 20 years, I have never explored and appreciated its richness in beauty, culture and tradition. That’s why I … Continue reading

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Like Mother, Like Son???

My first day in Manila was spent at the cemetery to visit my grand dad’s grave with my mom. After saying our prayers, my uncle insisted that my mom and I should take some pictures in the middle of a … Continue reading

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