Bacolod is best known for its Masskara Festival, a truly festive event that culminates with an extravagant street parade filled with colorful masks. Continue reading “Bacolod Without the Masskara”
The Ruins in Talisay City, Negros Occidental is what remained of the grand mansion that Don Mariano Lacson built, following the death of his first wife, Maria Braga. Continue reading “The Ruins – Talisay City, Negros Occidental”
A trip to Vigan is a trip to the past. Traversing the streets of Vigan Heritage Village at night makes that trip extra special.
We were told that visitors could rent a kalesa to tour Vigan Heritage Village up until 9 p.m. and that it’s the best way to experience the townscape, so that’s what we did. Continue reading “Vigan at Night”
Cebu has amazing tourist spots, but for beginners, the basics would be Magellan’s Cross, Basilica del Santo Nino, Fort San Pedro, and Mactan Shrine.
My friends and I went to all those places after a three-day convention, which limited us within the confines of SM Cebu.
First stop was Magellan’s Cross, where we got to see the mighty cross that made Roman Catholics out of almost all Filipinos. The cross can be found within a small chapel.
Up the ceiling were paintings depicting the story of this cross. Some believe that the cross was not the original cross brought by the renowned Portuguese explorer, and that the real one was either hidden somewhere else or had already been destroyed. Nevertheless, we took pictures for souvenir.