San Antonio, Zambales’ Hidden Beaches: Nagsasa & Anawangin Coves
As we were about to chase the magnificent Mount Pulag sunrise up North, bad weather, short window of time, and transportation shifted our sights to the West in search of a new destination where we can relax and escape from our daily lives that we can insert in our busy schedules. The boys of 113 are back on the road again as we journey to a beach kept away by gigantic mountains sealing the serenity from society. This is Nagsasa Cove. Read more…
Manila: Intramuros Police Officer
An Intramuros police officer dressed in an old Filipino Revolutionary uniform keeps the walled city safe and in order.
Read more about Intramuros in Carlos Celdran’s “Walk This Way” Theatrical Tour of Intramuros
Angono Petroglyphs & The Arts Town of the Philippines
Typhoon was brewing up north, and heavy clouds started towering the skies here in the east. Reports on local news said that CALABARZON was under signal no. 1, and rains are to be expected. There was nothing to do except to pay the bills. Suddenly, a road trip crossed my mind but I don’t have enough gas money to go very far, and the weather was unpredictable. I decided to go look for something new but spend a little as much as possible. And a small town in Rizal called Angono could be the perfect spot. Read more…