duon po sa Kamay ni Hesus

When Charitie had to renew her passport in Lucena I decided to come with her. It was the only DFA branch nearest Manila that had available slots in April by the time she scheduled for an appointment. She searched on how to get there and we discovered that it’s more or less 3 hours of … Continue reading duon po sa Kamay ni Hesus

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Night at Iloilo River Esplanade

Last year I got the chance to travel alone by plane for the first time ever. It wasn't overseas, but hey, for me it was already an achievement! I took a plane trip to Iloilo to attend my friend Donna's wedding in another town. Since it was my first time to travel alone, I decided … Continue reading Night at Iloilo River Esplanade

The Book Museum, Marikina

Have you ever seen thumbnail-sized books? Have you ever seen the smallest book in the World? The smallest tablet of China? Or the very first edition of Harry Potter? Or the miniature version of The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry? If you live within Metro Manila, then don't fret. These miniature book collections are … Continue reading The Book Museum, Marikina

Caleruega ~ Closer to Nature, Closer to God

The Transfiguration Church (a.k.a. Caleruega Church) is not the only thing people visit Caleruega for. Outside the Dominicum (where the Grand Stairway is), leading to the Caleruega Garden are sculptures of each of the Stations of the Cross. This also makes Caleruega a perfect place for those who are planning to do the Way of … Continue reading Caleruega ~ Closer to Nature, Closer to God