The maze of narrow corridors with pipes snaking through the ceilings, hulking machinery and elaborate control panels looked like something out of a classic Science Fiction or horror flick. I couldn’t help imagine being chased by zombies as we walked along...
The town of Bogo is located near the northern end of Cebu Island and is a major economic hub in this part of the province. While the original church built by the Seculars is no longer standing at the main plaza (the present one was built after the war at an elevated area), there is one surprising find at the cemetery.
Mt. Talamitam is a mountain in Nasugbu, Batangas. It is named after the talamitam trees which used to grow on the land. Standing at around 630 meters above sea-level, it is one of the easier mountains to climb around Metro Manila. The hike to the summit normally takes 1.5 to 2 hours, just right for beginners.
Bolinao recently made international news for being the site of excavated skulls that feature dental decorations made of gold. The artifact would later be known as the Bolinao Skull and was eventually displayed at a component museum of the National Museum of The Philippines. The discovery gives the world a glimpse of the kind of culture that early settlers in this part of the country used to practice.
Bacolor is one of the oldest and historic towns not only in Pampanga but also in the country. It was established by the Augustinians in 1575, was the capital of Pampanga for two centuries and was the base of the Spanish colonial government during the British invasion of Manila in 1762-1764. The eruption of Mt. ...More →
Our destination for this ride was the Bonifacio Shrine in Mt. Nagpatong, Maragondon. According to historians, on this land, Andres Bonifacio and his brother, Procopio, were shot dead by fellow Filipinos and members of the revolutionary.
There are certain destinations in the Philippines that make you feel like you’ve traveled back in time. Places like Vigan in Ilocos Sur, Corregidor in Cavite and Intramuros in Manila offer that old-world charm that makes you appreciate history more. Our adventure trip in Bataan...
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