Archive for the Heritage Watch Category
Last week I was in Iloilo City to cover the Grand Launch of the Digital tourism Project of Smart Communications in cooperation with the local heritage advocates of Iloilo.
We arrived in Iloilo April 20th for a full day of tour, exploring several ancestral houses as well as centuries old churches, as far as Miag-ao in the south.
I have been dying to do a Pampanga Food Tou on my own, or join a Tour Group. Then around 10:30PM Tuesday night, while I was busy working, Robbie called me on the phone, asking if I have anything to do last Wednesday. “Wala, naman. Bakit ano meron” I said.
We continued our conversation. Later he told me that there will be a Pampanga Food Tour the next day. I got so excited! Then a few minuts later I got another surprise. He texted “The camera crew of Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho” will be with you so thduring the whole tour.
When one mentions Corregidor, what instantly comes into my mind is world War II, The American soldiers, and General douoglas Mc Arthur.
But during the recent Media Launch of Old Manila Walks‘ Corregidor Walking Tour, I got to discover a lot of things that are not usually discussed during the typical Tranvia tour of the island.
A few hours to go and we will bid goodbye to 2012. The year has been very exciting for me. Got so many blessings and more opportunities to travel and explore the beauty of the Philippines. I had ups and downs. But what is important is that we got to stand up once again.
Today we look back at some of the most memorable trips I have done in 2012. I actually started this series in Facebook, but will now compile everything here. So here it is…
SE7EN: A Series of Images that has Defined our year 2012. In no particular order:
1. Batad Banaue Ifugao