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St. Thomas of Villanueva

The church of St. Thomas de Villanueva in Miagao, Iloilo Philippines. Originally built in the 1700’s, it has been damaged and rebuilt over time. It’s a world heritage site, by the way.


Temple of Leah: The Undying Love

Going to the Temple of Leah was not on my bucket list, it was sooo far unplanned and i know it might sound crazy. but yeah! 853 more words


Biri, Northern Samar: Alien Topography

The otherworldy shapes and colors of Biri’s rock formations readily evoke a phantasmagorical scene, like something out of a Starcraft map. Tidepools display a mesmerizing gradient of turquoise fading into a subtle seafoam green; oddly-shaped metamorphic rock sculptures blanketed with a verdant carpet of grass, jutting out of the waters of the mighty San Bernardino Strait– whose elements, the wind and the waves, continue to shape, mold, twist, break and build even the grandest megalith in its unforgiving territory through the years– and maybe even through countless eons to come. 309 more words


Prophetic Cemetery

The cemetery gate in Dao, Antiqué Philippines says, “Kami Karon – Kamo Dason.” Translated: “We are now here. You will be here.”


Summer Hits: Sambawan Island, Biliran

Photos of Sambawan Island always flooding my feeds on Instagram and Facebook because of my travel blogger friends and so I felt like I’ve been there but not literally, you know what I’m saying? 674 more words



Let’s take a break from our jobs and go for some exciting adventure and enjoy without spending too much money. I’ve always wanted to experience a thrilling and exciting adventure. 1,154 more words


Siquijor x Negros Oriental Video

Here’s a quick glimpse on my adventure to Siquijor and Negros Oriental last February featuring the best place to visit when in the province.  My parents and I decided to visit the Negros Oriental since it’s where my mom lived when she was young, and I’ve heard so many good things about the Island of Gentle People. 46 more words