Beaching in solitude
Willy’s Rock in Boracay Boracay will always be my favorite retreat. Most see it as an island of raucous parties and hot bodies. My own parents for one think this island has all kinds of people and risks. But for me, I take refuge in a tucked away portion of White Beach. Away from the…
My first time
Much has been heard and written about Binondo’s good food and cheap finds. So I won’t go into that. Besides, I’m too lazy and I don’t consider myself a foodie nor a shopping junkie. :D The second leg of Rediscovering Manila brought our wandering feet to the historical (cultural? ancient?) and (oh my) despondent streets…
January pic(k) of the month
Dear Walis Tambo: Since many like this picture of yours, you are hereby my pic of the month. How timely, election season is in full force. And everyone is cleaning up their acts. Plus their jurisdiction’s coffers, errr, their bank accounts. 3 for Php100 (for the rattan handle) 3 for Php165 (for the plain wooden…
Once called the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio City has lost some of its legacy to the likes of Boracay, Cebu and CamSur. But with the impending heat of the summer season two months from now, the city still offers a welcome respite with its beautiful American country charm.