Project XXX (2014)

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  • 104. Star City

    While it's been established years ago, this is only my first time to experience this legit theme park within Manila (01/04)

  • 103. Sagada Bonfire Fest

    A two-night festival of music and dance, another chance to see Bomod-Ok in that place called Sagada (12/27-12/30)

  • 102. Cubao’s Giant Christmas Tree

    A photowalk around one of the iconic Christmas places in the metro - Cubao and its giant Christmas tree (12/21-12/22)

  • 101. Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

    A unique theme resort in Bataan showcasing original and historical stone houses around the Philippines (12/14)

  • 100. 100 Revolving Restaurant

    A revolving fine dine in restaurant overlooking Eastwood City 360 degrees (12/07)

  • 99. Coron

    Palawan is so blessed to have beautiful places like Coron that offers variety like mountain hike, hot spring plunge, snorkeling in lake and white beach hopping. (11/28 - 12/01)

  • 98. Magnum + NBA Cafe + Heroes

    Specialty shops that serve premium ice cream, filled with basketball deco and surrounded by marvelous heroes (11/23)

  • 97. Legaspi + Sorsogon

    A majestic volcano, a off-the-beaten lagoon in the sea, a lake in another volcano and more (11/14-17)

  • 96. SinoPinas + Chemistea

    An Instagram users meet that features Manila and a me-time for a tea experiment as a side trip (11/09)

  • 95. University of Santo Tomas

    A fighting Maroon's visit to the den of the Growling Tigers, the oldest existing university in Asia (11/02)

  • 94. Satchmi

    A music specialty store that sells vinyl records and players plus coffee and analog photography items (10/26)

  • 93. Masskara Festival

    Yay one year in couchsurfing! A reunion of the couchsurfers I met a year ago in the same festival in Bacolod (10/18-10/19)

  • 92. Maginhawa Food Festival

    The very first food festival in the street known for unlimited food choices in Quezon City as part of its diamond founding anniversary (10/11)

  • 91. Caffera

    First photography-themed coffee shop in Metro Manila that serves drinks in megapixel sizes. (10/04)

  • 90. Barkin’ Blends Dog Cafe

    The first dog cafe in the Philippines with adorable, fluffy and furry canine friends (09/28)

  • 89. Singapore

    The photowalk that I enjoyed most while immersing myself in the F1 Race season vibes (09/19-09/21)

  • 88. Majayjay + Liliw

    It seems we're taking an ice bucket challenge in whole different level in Taytay Falls (09/13)

  • 87. SM By The Bay

    After the long wait inside the Travel Expo, a good relaxation is a photowalk around this reclaimed area of theme parks and restos (09/06)

  • 86. Ronac Art Center

    A space in San Juan, Manila that houses art, sports, fashion and modern urban things. Known for its spiral staircase. (08/31)

  • 85. Indonesia

    A long weekend three-part trip to the busy capital city of Jakarta, to temple run grounds in Yogyakarta and to all-in-one destination of Bali (08/21-08/26)

  • 84. National Library

    A quick visit to kill the curiosity on how the National Library actually looks and serves its purpose (08/16)

  • 83. UP Bonfire

    A spontaneous gathering of the UP Men's Basketball Team and its supporters in celebration of its first win of the season (08/09)

  • 82. Cinemalaya X

    A decade of independent film festival and competition in the Philippines that reflects and interprets the life in the country (08/03)

  • 81. Quirino

    Dubbed as the Forest Heartland of Cagayan Valley, the province boasts its waterfalls, rivers, caves, and green landscapes of corn, (07/26-07/27)

  • 80. Ayala Museum

    Free entrance to the modern history and art museum of Ayala filled with music, students, live stories and knowledge (07/19)

  • 79. Purveyr x OAP Instameet

    Organized by Purveyr and OurAwesomePlanet, a mobile photography walk to Bangkal, Makati known for its antique and novelty stores (07/12)

  • 78. Siquijor

    Beyond supernatural stories, Siquijor lives to its name the Mystical Island because of the enchantment from its land and seascapes. (07/05-07/06)

  • 77. Tim Ho Wan

    The famous restaurant from Hong Kong known for its notorious queue and delicious pork buns is now in Ortigas. (06/29/14)

  • 76. Juandering in Manila

    Organized by JaywalkersPH and now on its third season, this is a photorace challenge around the picturesque Manila and Quezon City. (06/22/14)

  • 75. Metropolitan Museum of Manila

    Nicknamed as MET and situated at Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas grounds, the museum is a show of modern and contemporary visual arts. (06/14/14)

  • 74. Washington Sycip Park

    Legaspi Park in Makati named after the founder of the largest accounting and consulting firm in the Philippines, SGV & Co. (06/08)

  • 73. Pinto Art Museum

    A good place to find inspiration from the country’s contemporary art. It is collaborative effort of the Silangan Foundation for the Arts, Culture and Ecology. (06/01)

  • 72. Intramuros Pasyal Sunday

    A project of Viva Manila to revive the livability and creativity of Old Manila as it features local artists and neighborhood businesses in carless event (05/25)

  • 71. Aurora

    My first tour guide experience for JustGo to take visitors to Baler, San Luis and nearby towns. And yes, for surfing. (05/17-05/18)

  • 70. Manila American Cemetery

    Gets me curious whenever I see it from above in flights from our airport because of the headstones alignment pattern (05/11)

  • 69. Laboracay

    The eat-sleep-rave-repeat routine in the infamous long weekend of Labor Day in the 24/7 island of Boracay. (05/02-05/06)

  • 68. Aliwan Fiesta

    My second year of coverage of the Philippines' Grand Festival of Champions. It got more awesome. (04/26)

  • 67. Salubong

    Catholics wake up early for Easter Sunday not to hunt eggs but to witness the reenactment of son-mother meeting (04/20)

  • 66. Earth Day at CCP

    While most were glued in Pacquiao fight, I decided to celebrate Earth Day with the kids in Cultural Center of the Philippines. (04/13)

  • 65. Quezon City Memorial Circle

    A national shrine in honor of former president Manuel Quezon and home to car shows, playgrounds, thrift markets and theme parks (04/05)

  • 64. Jed’s Island Resort

    Dubbed as the largest resort in Bulacan province, it offers pools of different sizes and depths, entertainment, life-size statues and relaxing lagoon (03/30)

  • 63. Café+

    A chill-chill weekend break from the usual activity-filled getaway in a cafe few kilometers away from home (03/23)

  • 62. Southern Negros Occidental

    Sipalay City, Turtle Island and the promising marine sanctuary of Danjugan Island with awesome friends on what could be the best trip yet (03/14-03/17)

  • 61. Carmona, Cavite

    Experience paragliding in Cavite and fly high while air bending with the wind (03/08)

  • 60. Mt. Manalmon

    Although the hike is for beginners, the spelunking and river crossing via a monkey bridge are the treats (03/01)

  • 59. Maldives

    An adventure to a surreal beach paradise on earth made possible by an airline glitch and made fun by newly found friends (02/20-02/26)

  • 58. Laiya

    From meeting bitches in the club to walking in the beach with my club (02/15-02/16)

  • 57. Club Haze

    A jologs' first time experience in a popular high-end club in the strip of the Fort Bonifacio (02/08)

  • 56. Taiwan

    A solo backpacking and double birthday-Chinese New Year celebration in the country just above the Philippines (01/29-02/02)

  • 55. Dinagyang

    The epic conclusion of festivals honoring Sto. Nino where one can find new friendships and new love (01/25-01/26)

  • 54. Ati-atihan

    Streetdancing and merrymaking in Kalibo with fellow couchsurfers at the Philippine festival that started it all, Ati-atihan (01/18-01/20)

  • 53. Lipa

    Joining the biggest Facebook group of Pinoy travel enthusiasts, FunTastic Philippines, we photo walked in Lipa and nearby towns (01/11)