Highlands Café in the Sky is the most sought-after bistro with a spectacular view of San Fabian lush topography and Lingayen Gulf in the province of Pangasinan.
It is more than a year now since I got my newest pair of JBL Studio 280 floor-standing loudspeakers in November 2018. This JBL model has a dual 6.5" Polyplas drivers for improved vocal sharpness and expanded bass response with 1" CMMD Lite high-frequency drivers.
Goshen Resort and Hotel is a theme park organized and managed by a corporation. Its theme is patterned after the famous Colosseum in Rome, Italy which fascinates hotel guests, visitors and walk-ins from neighboring provinces these days.
The newest Petron weighty hypercar desk collectible has a magnetic steel cover and press-button adjustable sides to fit the width of your mobile phone.
The picture was taken at the old Nayong Pilipino, a cultural theme park, during our field trip in 1987. The Nayong Pilipino theme park, dubbed the first cultural theme park in Southeast Asia, was conceptualized by former First Lady Imelda Romualdez-Marcos. Hence, by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 37 issued by Former President Ferdinand Marcos,... Continue Reading →
This is one of the 42 attractions inside the 373 ha Philippine Military Academy in Fort Del Pilar, Baguio City. The Cadet Circle is a rotunda where you can find a huge "Shaku" upon entering PMA. The "Shaku" represents the victorious accomplishment of cadetship. Shaku is an abbreviated word and a cadet lingo for "Shabby-Kupal"... Continue Reading →
Bitbit Bridge is among the picturesque bridges in Bulacan. Bikers, adventurers, and picnickers, who like fishing, boating, and rappelling, frequent this spot these days because of its breathtaking and enchanting view, lush landscape, and pristine scenery.
The prominent district in Manila, Binondo, was founded by Spanish Governor Luis Perez Dasmariñas to serve as a permanent settlement for Sangleys or persons of pure Chinese descent during Spanish colonization. Sangleys were also referred to as mestizo de Sangley.Long ago, the Chinese settlement was concentrated in enclaves called Parian—the silk and mercantile district operated... Continue Reading →
For me, traveling is another form of rest and recreation. Most of the time, I travel northbound because southbound is very notorious when we speak of traffic inconveniences. About stopovers, I prefer native restaurants compared with the usual fastfood restaurants to complete the experience when traveling. In Cabatuan, Isabela, you can find Kuya Raymond's Kambingan... Continue Reading →