Corregidor Island stands as a memorial to the Philippines’ war history, its walls and ruins each telling a story of courage, valor, honor, amidst the heartbreak and suffering that war brought with it. Continue reading Corregidor Island Day Tour of World War II Ruins
BenCab Museum turned out to be a fine art refuge one rainy afternoon we were vacationing in Baguio City. Many tourists were visiting the museum that day, famous undeniably for the name it carries. Named after celebrated national artist Ben Cabrera, this art gallery provides a friendly maze for exploring not only the artworks of BenCab, but also of other artists, both the well-known and those still establishing a name. Continue reading BenCab Museum, Baguio City
When we took a weekend trip to Bacolod, we commuted to Silay to explore two ancestral houses: Bernardino-Ysabel Jalandoni Ancestral House and Victor Fernandez Gaston Ancestral House, a.k.a., Balay Negrense.
One of the ancestral houses claims to have a Stradivarius violin in its possession, the other, the first-ever bicycle to roam the streets of Silay. Continue reading Touring the Ancestral Houses of Silay, Negros Occidental