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We arrived in Melaka, Malaysia in the dead of night. It was only around 9 in the evening but the city looked like it had already gone past its bedtime. The shady city blocks drastically turned to a new light come morning. Visiting Melaka was more of my
Singapore is a highly cosmopolitan city. I was amazed at the diversity of cultures in its society. I live in an somewhat ethnographically homogeneous place. It was kind of a new experience for me to interact with different races. For our walking tour o
We spent our second evening yet again at the Merlion Park. I earlier hoped to experience the Singapore Flyer or get a breathtaking view of the Singapore Skyline at night from the SkyPark of the Marina Bay Sands. Unfortunately, both were closed down for
This is the do-it-yourself (DIY) itinerary I took during a 3-day trip to Baguio City and La Trinidad, Benguet. The bus ride from Vigan to Baguio consumed most of the first day. Slept for two nights in a hostel dorm room in Baguio. Spent the second day
I was a happy shutter bug at Camp John Hay and could have spent the entire afternoon there if I hadn’t checked the time. It was already 3:40pm and I still had a few places in Baguio that I wanted to visit. It had been a long time since my first trip in
I love traveling because it affords me the opportunity to be transported to unfamiliar environments. Being in a different natural or urban setting becomes an opportunity to realize conceptual photos. My biggest goal in Baguio was to have my photo taken
Baguio is one of the most walkable cities in the Philippines. The pedestrian-friendly sidewalks were wide, clean, safe, and most notably, didn’t suffer from the merciless tropical climate. I’ve always wanted to live in Baguio and escape the unbearable
This is the do-it-yourself (DIY) itinerary I took during my trip to Ilocos Sur for 2 days. My major destinations were Vigan and the towns of Bantay and Santa Maria. Arrived in Vigan from Laoag, Ilocos Norte by bus. Spent my few hours of remaining dayli
It was my second day in the Heritage City of Vigan in Ilocos Sur. Having just arrived from a short side trip to the Santa Maria Church, I had the afternoon to have my tour of Vigan. There were a couple of options to go at it. I could go on the touristy
The Santa Maria Church was inscribed six years earlier than Vigan in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites. It is grouped together with three other churches under the category of “Baroque Churches in the Philippines.” Having just seen photos of the San

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