Every year during Holy Week or the week after we try to go somewhere new. This year we ended up in Marinduque! It was so hard to choose the photos for this post because there were so many. Maniwaya is beautiful!
It was a quiet Sunday alone and I wanted to make the most of my day-off in Manila so I decided to go exploring! I took the MRT to Ayala and found this place! Ayala Museum.
One of Nueva Ecija’s pride and joy, Minalungao National Park! It is located at the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountain range, in sitio Minalungao in the town of Papaya (officially called Municipality of General Tinio).
(Banaue-Sagada-Baguio trip Part 2) Annnnnnd we reached Baguio! The last time I was in Baguio I was still a wee child, all I remember is buying a puppet at Burnham Park, riding the boats, and the markets. Hahaha!
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a heritage resort located in Bagac, Bataan. From Pampanga it is roughly an hour and a half, while from Manila it is an estimated two hour drive. It can be hard to find, and the roads leading up to it are a bit of a squeeze but it is manageable!
(Banaue-Sagada-Baguio trip Part 1) Two things that I can check off of my 2014 bucket list! I have never been to Sagada and I’ve always wanted to see the place since everyone says its so beautiful. And I haven’t been to Baguio since circa 2001/2002, I wanted to see how much it’s changed.