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On the state of affairs at Camp John Hay Part II

Virtues don’t come through simply thinking about them.  You have to exercise them.

– Aristotle

The mandates of the Constitution and other laws, the Philippines’ for that matter, are basically those virtues that ought to govern the land.  

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Bandietravels First

Bandietravels is an online journal made to preserve memories of what makes life meaningful: God, love, family, friends, arts, culture, music, food, travels, and anything under the sun. 201 more words


Blooming Baguio

It felt like springtime in Baguio this week. This flower child got a little spoiled.

Even while the reason for taking the four-hour(ish) ride to the city was the dead serious Supreme Court oral arguments on a “complex” and “political” case (as one magistrate described it), the sight and smell of flowers, plus the cool breeze you could only wish to take back to humid Manila, was such a balm to the soul, it was an excuse to use a cliché LOL. 182 more words

Free Roam: A Fleeting Sense of Familiarity

April 3, 2015

Location: Camp John Hay, Baguio

Model: Enzo Ricafort

I’m not going to lie. I’ve taken portraits from this place before. It’s a commercial area, and the trip was made because of a family tradition during Holy Week. 222 more words

Portrait Photography

Baguio: Day 2

My second day in the country’s summer capital started really positive. I still got hangover from yesterday’s trip & the mere thought that there’s more in store to explore built up my hype. 888 more words


The Real Loser

A regional trial court in Baguio City has granted the petition of Camp John Hay developer, CJH Development Corporation for confirmation of the P1.42 billion-award given to it by the Philippine Dispute Resolution Center Inc.  408 more words