Monthly Archives: December 2017

Travel Photo Diary 2017: Koh Larn, Pattaya, Thailand…of ferry ride, big waves and cold waters..

Coming from a country (Philippines)  where beaches are hailed by the foreign tourists as one of the best in the world, the beach bums in us couldn’t resist the temptation of comparing our beaches to that of the other country, … Continue reading

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Art Appreciation: Kublai Millan’s Artworks in Impasug-ong, Bukidnon

When you drop by the Impasug-ong municipality in the province of Bukidnon you’ll be amazed by these giant statues in their native garbs and gigantic headdress. You’ll also see  smiling cowboys riding their horses! Well, this area is after all … Continue reading

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Art Appreciation: Kublai Millan’s Artworks in Surallah, South Cotabato

A landmark in what seems like the grandest roundabout in the Philippines. The area where these artworks are located has become a tourist spot.  The statues and structures depict the harmonious relationship of the so-called tri-people (T’bolis, Muslims and Christians)  … Continue reading

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Art Appreciation: Kublai Millan’s artworks in Panabo City Freedom Park

This guy, Ray Mudjahid Ponce Millan or Kublai Millan for short, is simply amazing! One of the best and creative artist Mindanao has ever produced. His works are gigantic in sizes, awesome doesn’t even begin to describe it.  My daughter kept … Continue reading

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Chasing Waterfalls: Panas Waterfalls, New Corella, Davao dN

We’re Davao City bound and took a side trip to the municipality of New Corella in Davao del Norte to see this locally known Panas Waterfalls. And as usual we got lost. Took a wrong turn and ended up in … Continue reading

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Travel Photo Diary 2017: Siem Reap, Cambodia..of Angkor Wat, wall carvings and ruins..

Goosebumps. Yes, goosebumps hit me hard when I entered the Angkor Wat ruins. The palace even in its ruined state was simply amazing! Walking through the corridors, climbing up and down the stairs of this magnificent ruins and staring at … Continue reading

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