Note: This post has been in my drafts for a long time now (since February, imagine), and I was planning to publish this once the pandemic is over. However, realizing that the PH government prioritizes silencing their critics over flattening the curve, I have decided to post this today before I forget that I haveContinue reading “The Ups and Downs of Visiting Art Sector Gallery and Chimney Café 360º”
My birthday celebration did not end at eating delicious food at a local cafe. I also planned to spend a night alone at Casa Almarenzo Bed and Breakfast in Bolinao, Pangasinan, and give myself time to write (expect this around June, maybe). I expected that it was near the sandy part of Patar beach, asContinue reading “Birthday Staycation at Casa Almarenzo Bed and Breakfast”
The first time I set foot in Pinto Art Museum was in 2016 and then the second time in 2018. I still didn’t know how to use my Pentax then, so the images turned out a bit dark and blurry. Now that it was my third time to visit, I took time around Gallery 7,Continue reading “Admiring Avant-Garde Artworks for the Third Time in Pinto Art Museum”
Christmas vacation was going to end soon, and although I didn’t have it since I was self-employed, I still pushed through my plans of going to Fantasy World and Bearseum, in Batangas and Cavite, respectively. There aren’t many activities to do inside, but you can unleash the child inside you and take pictures.
There are so many places to explore and activities to do in Baguio that a week wouldn’t be enough. I’ve been there last 2017 to attend a wedding, and I was only able to visit BenCab Museum, Burnham Park, Rancho House in Ketchup Food Community (now closed), Mines View Park, Session Road, and Good Shepherd.Continue reading “Twelve Places for Two Days and One Night in Baguio”