We were up early on our first full day in Bangkok to explore what the city has to offer. Our itinerary included the top tourist spots but without any prior knowledge on the transport system and still having no local SIM for data, we have to navigate ourselves using our offline tools. And here’s the start of our adventure!
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Like in the past years, the Lenten Season again brought me around the city of Manila to visit 14 churches. I didn’t deviate much from my Visita Iglesia last year, but I did it this year on a Good Friday.
Have you ever been indifferent towards something but then completely become enthusiastic soon after you tried it? That’s exactly what happened to me on my first ever visit to Thailand, and this is the story of how I fell in love with Bangkok.
It’s that time of the year again when it’s time to look back at what was accomplished and what remains to be done. I’m so glad that for the most part, I have mine documented here so I can make a lookback at the year that was, more conveniently.
One of the latest and greenest development inside Bonifacio Global City (BGC) is the Greenway Park which is slated to be the longest linear park in Metro Manila. Join me as we take a quick tour of the park in photos.
The Yuletide Season is officially on at the Makati Central Business District with the start of the Festival of Lights at the Ayala Triangle Gardens! Like previous seasons, this year’s presentations involved about a million lights dancing to Christmas tunes with smoke and lasers to enhance the experience. Here’s a glimpse of what to expect.