Warsaw’s Old Town as you see it today was almost totally rebuilt after the war, mostly based on 18th century paintings. But the people of Warsaw did such a meticulous job rebuilding it from scratch that the Old Town was honoured with a place on the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List in 1980. (wikipedia.com) … Continue reading Warsaw,Poland: A Photoblog
From an architecture junkie's point of view, Barcelona is an urban sprawl of breathtaking architecture. With a peculiar modernist style known as the"Catalan Art Noveau", experiencing the streetscape of Barcelona can never be compared to all other European cities I've visited. Art Noveau is an architectural style during the early 20th century characterized by intricate linear … Continue reading Must See’s in Barcelona(And some Must Eat’s)
Any architecture junkie would identify this massive church at one glance. Truly, the Basilica de Sagrada Familia of Barcelona is incomparable. Apart from its imposing structure of the basilica, what really amazed me is how the interior achieved a truly surreal play of light and color as produced by the stained glass windows from all corners. Bone-like … Continue reading A Peek Inside The Sagrada Familia
Any travel enthusiast would most likely agree that one of the best feelings in life is having a visa application approved.It was my first time to apply for Schengen Visa, which I consider a power visa (with personal interviews and all). Seriously, I can still recall today how it felt like having my passport in … Continue reading Backpacking Marrakesh,Morocco: What to expect?
The cost of entrance to the Acropolis is about 12 euros and is good for the other sites in the area including the ancient agora, theatre of Dionysos,Kerameikos, Roman Agora, Tower of the Winds and the Temple of Olympian Zeus and is supposedly good for a week. Walking around Plaka and the street scene at the … Continue reading A day Around Athens, Greece: A Photoblog
Here's a brief Photoblog on how is spent my visit to the Vatican. As advised, I joined a 3 hour small group tour to the Vatican Museum and Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel. The tour ended inside St. Peter's Basilica, and I was able to stay inside the church for the 5 PM mass. Avoiding the long lines, … Continue reading Vatican City : A Photoblog
Got invited last weekend by Trimlab Davao to try their recently introduced Pole Fitness class. In all honesty, i was hesitant at first to do this because of some minor issues on height, but the professional instructors of Trimlab are quite 'hands on' with every student, beginners and with background alike. Every session starts with … Continue reading First Pole Fitness Session with Trimlab Davao
“Uratex world-class quality foam supports Davao’s booming progress” DAVAO CITY, Philippines, November 24, 2014 Trust is undeniably an intangible asset that makes an organization a powerhouse. Trust makes past and present generation of customers patronize a product or a service. It is the core value that keeps an organization rooted, grounded, and even impervious to … Continue reading Uratex Foam Philippines Opens Davao Showroom
Its no secret that a lot of people, including me, factor in "the need for VISA" whenever we choose which country to visit next. Airline tickets to some favourite destinations may be cheap if booked on promo, but still , we think twice , because of the VISA Requirements , which is an added expense and is very … Continue reading India Visa on Arrival for Pinoys (UPDATED Feb. 2015)
Thought of sharing with you what nitty gritty things I usually bring with me when I travel. Just hand carry , Ive never done "checked in luggage" so far, since I started traveling solo. Travel light, travel smart lang ang style ! Here are my stuff =) So far, these are my usual travel essentials , which … Continue reading Whats Inside My Travel Backpack ?
I always had this fondness for solo backpacking, and I am fully aware of the consequences and risks of traveling alone, especially on foreign land where everything is relatively unfamiliar. As such, I always make a point to prepare my thoughts and do a lot of readings and inquiries before I the trip. Here are … Continue reading Solo Backpacking Essentials
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