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Graffiti art in Intramuros?

Dear National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and Intramuros Administration (IA),

Good day!

How are you? I hope you’re doing fine. First of all, I would like to applaud the both of you for all your past and present efforts in championing Filipino culture, heritage, and the arts within and outside the Walled City… 543 more words

Identidad Filipina

Ghost Towns: The Historical Sites with the Creepiest Title

Ghost Town. The very title given to these places lends itself to horror movies and things that go bump in the night.  The imagination tends to picture a creepy desolate city where stupid teenagers decide go one night with handheld cameras in order to disprove the local legend of some sort of horrific monster which still inhabits the ruins preying on unsuspecting travelers. 495 more words

History

Jamaican Poets: I DARE you

I DARE you to be me for a day.

I DARE you to walk in my ‘way’.

Fight the enemies I have.

Befriend the angels, as FRIENDS. 18 more words

Jamaica

First Impressions Are Everything | Tallinn, Estonia

A stroll through the Old Town in Tallinn is one of life’s many great pleasures. It’s charming, steeped in history and simply stunning.

The towering churches, cobbled streets and colorful facades are a sight to behold. 465 more words

Blog

My Life: A Photo Abecedarius

P is for Pella, Iowa my hometown for the past decade. It is an amazing, beautiful, quaint, community and I never planned nor imagined myself living here. 70 more words

Wayfarer's Journal

Football is back!

 

Apologies as i promised a post yesterday. sort of.

 

However, to the point. I Like thousands of other football fans got caught up in the drama that was transfer deadline day. 358 more words

Association Football