The Chinese New Year holiday gave me a chance to revisit the city of Manila, particularly Chinatown and the surrounding area. But first, I had to see what the recent fuzz is with Manila Bay. Here’s by brief adventure.
The Halloween long weekend finally gave me some chance to have some much needed sleep. I didn’t go out of town as many people may have done, but I dedicated a day to do some long easy run around Manila.
Our second day was off to a good start with a nice breakfast buffet from our hotel. Little did I know that it’s going to be a great day as I do another thing I’ve never done before.
It was one of those weekends when I got the urge to revisit some old routes that I’ve not been to for quite a while. This time I thought of running along Manila Bay via Roxas Blvd. from Quiapo, Manila to the SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City.
Summer will not be complete without at least one visit to the beach. Boracay would be the obvious choice for many, but since all flights are fully booked (which means the little island would be crowded, which I hate), we didn’t bother dreaming of going there. Instead, we decided to go to the much closer…
Getting around in California is easy—if you have a car! The freeway makes covering vast and wide areas quick and easy, but if you don’t have a car public transportation is quite challenging. It’s no wonder everybody drives in California! But I won’t let this minor issue hold me back! This is part of a…
After having our delightful breakfast at Metro Center Hotel in Tagbilaran, we were off to Panglao Island. When you put the words Bohol and beach together, Panglao would most likely be the place that would come on top on people’s minds.
I’ve no idea who started this “Throwback Thursday” (TBT) idea, but I think it’s nice to look back on some old fond memories every once in a while. My first TBT would be one of my first great adventure with friends in the province of Pangasinan, way back in 2002!
Like many Filipinos, I commemorated this year’s Holy Week with a visit to various churches. I realized that I wasn’t able to do this last year, so this year it’s a must that I outdo the shortcomings of the previous year.
(Continued from Part 1) The following day was a total opposite of the day before: it begun with rains and for the most part cloudy. Just as when I was seriously considering running barefoot on the beach!
After what seemed like eternity, at long last, I was able to return to Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro last March 02, 2013 to officially kick off (at least for me) the summer season for the year!
Rains have been pouring all over most parts of the Philippines when we arrived in Boracay, but heaven must really be on our side as the dark cloudy skies of the past few days had actually cleared up, and we were basking under the tropical sun of Boracay! What else to do but enjoy the…