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Friday, April 6, 2012

My Hometown Visita Iglesia


Commemorating the goodness of our Lord this Holy Week is the best thing to do. This Maundy Thursday, we have tried a DIY (Do-It-Yourself), on the spur of the moment “Visita Iglesia”.  Our fruitful joyride via jeepney and tricycle led us to the seven (7) churches nearby my hometown of San Pedro, Laguna.

We started around 10:30am at the onset of summerheat J. We completed our way of the cross in the seven churches, extending our prayers of thanksgiving and supplication. Snapshots of our successful itinerary are as follows:


Stopover 1       Sto. Sepulcro Parish (Landayan, San Pedro,Laguna)



Sunday, April 1, 2012

The Anawangers (Anawangin Cove, Zambales)

Eversince 2009, Anawangin has been included in my travel bucket list. Almost all Filipino travel bloggers, including Angel Juarez of lakwatsero.com, cited Anawangin as the favourite camping site in the north. Used to be labeled as the “mountaineers’ secret getaway”, this secluded cove is already open to all and is becoming a popular destination for travellers who wanted to be detached from the usual metro life.