Visita Iglesia Churches For Holy Week

Visita Iglesia Churches For Holy Week
Planning to visit churches and do a Visita Iglesia this Holy Week in Metro Manila? Or are you an OFW who wants to do Visita Iglesia online? Then I hope this post can help you. Me and my friends went around Metro Manila to visit some of the old churches around the city. There are lots of churches that can you can go to for your Visita Iglesia but, if you want to see the old baroque churches, then here are some churches that can be found at Central and South of Manila. Our virtual Visita Iglesia begins at the south of the Metro, in Las Pinas and will travel all the way to Manila and then Makati. Parish...
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AirPhil Express Review: 4 out of 5 Stars

AirPhil Express Review: 4 out of 5 Stars
It was time for another trip for me and my schedule was set to go to Biri Islands in Samar. I booked my flight with AirPhil Express formerly Air Philippines – something I’ve been doing since I promised never to take Zest Air again. After this very interesting experience, I decided to write an AirPhil Express review. This is NOT a sponsored post okay? So just enjoy reading as I tell my story and what happened to me that day. I had a Manila to Catarman flight set at 6:00 AM. I was at the NAIA Terminal 3 airport at 5:00 AM and patiently lined-up to go inside the airport. 5:15 AM – I...
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Schedule of Dinagsa Festival 2011 and Photo Contest of Muntinlupa City

Schedule of Dinagsa Festival 2011 and Photo Contest of Muntinlupa City
Dinagsa Festival of Muntinlupa City has gathered the most talented artisans and street dancers, to represent the best festive traditons from the different places in a much-awaited annual event. Dinagsa Festival started since 2004 and they’ve been doing this annually. This year, the grand parade takes place on February 26, traversing the length of Barangay Poblacion, and culminating in Sto Nino Plaza where contingents will perform their routines. Their theme for this year Photography Contest: The street dance competition has became a fierce of battleground where color, pomp, and extravagance...
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Caracol Festival 2011 Schedule

Caracol Festival 2011 Schedule
Once again, it’s time for the Caracol Festival in Makati City, Philippines. See school children and Barangay residents dance on the streets and perform on stage wearing nature-inspired costumes that champion¬†preservation of Mother Earth. In cooperation with Ayala Land, Ayala Malls, Department of Tourism, The Manila Bulletin and Mayor Jejomar “Erwin” S. Binay – everyone is invited to watch and experience this year’s official Festival of Makati City – the Caracol Festival 2011. This event happens on February 27 and starts by 4:00 PM along Ayala Avenue corner Paseo de...
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O’sonho – A Portuguese Fusion

O’sonho – A Portuguese Fusion
O’sonho is a Portuguese Fusion Restaurant. It was my first time to try Portuguese dishes and I noticed that, Portuguese cuisine is similar to Spanish cuisine. They both have the same style in cooking. When my and my friends asked the owner of O’sonho what’s the difference between Spanish cuisine and Portuguese cuisine? His answer was spices. Portuguese cuisine uses a wider variety of spices than Spanish cuisine. O’sonho restaurant I think is the only Portuguese restaurant here in Manila. They have two branches already, the first one in #20 Jupiter Street in Makati and the newly...
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Manila’s Aliwan Fiesta 2010

Manila’s Aliwan Fiesta 2010
One of the most awaited awaited competition in the heart of Manila is the Manila’s Aliwan Fiesta. Manila’s Aliwan Fiesta is an annual competition of various street performers that dances during their town festivals. Manilenos¬† are so lucky to bring these festival performers here in Manila. They don’t need to travel that far just to witness these performers show their talent in acrobatic and grace in dancing. Competitors came from different provinces of the Philippines.¬† From Luzon, Visayas and as far as Mindanao. First performance held at the front of the fountain area of SM Mall of...
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