I have in my veins the passion and a sense of liking towards Philippine heritage that I enjoy visiting places which has a historical background. I have been eying for an old mansions, ancestral houses or even towns having an intact and well-preserved historical landmarks. Whenever I plan to have a leisurely visit in places like these I always have my camera with me to photograph every scene that loom before my eyes.
The day I started my blog, I have thought of turning it into a travel blog where in I’ll be pointing up post in relation to historical places around the Philippines but that may require a handful of effort, time and money. My dream for my blog doesn’t end with that insufficiency; still I would pursue it as time progresses.
Yesterday, I have had the chance to visit Intramuros Manila together with my friend and avid reader Zane.We traveled the walled city riding the legendary Kalesa and we were dumbfounded while gazing on every ancestral edifice. The mood of the place shifted us back in time causing us to feel as if we’re in Spanish colonial period. Mamang Kutchero also has an intelligent share of explaining the details of stuff we see around the vicinity.
Though it rained heavily before we get there, our enthusiasm to witness the place never faded. Thanks to the sun, still it smiles upon us after that rain…
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