UNESCO (The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) has designated five World Heritage Sites in the Philippines. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites are places of importance to cultural or natural heritage as described in the UNESCO World Heritage Convention. I am fortunate enough to receive a postcard of one of those designated sites…Thanks to
When one thinks of Philippine beaches; Boracay, Laiya, Palawan comes to mind. I was totally surprised when I received this lovely, bluish, semi-panorama postcard from my good friend Joy. Subic bay is one of the more popular tourist and local destination in the Northern part of Luzon. It has been developed as an industrial and commercial
I received a postcard from Gene! It reads something to this line “I know you mentioned that you live near Tagaytay, so I sent this to you…you must miss it as I do…” (sorry Gene, my daughter took the card and secured it in her postbox – where she keeps all the postcards we receive.
That’s what my kids call nimbus clouds. They think that clouds when painted are the most beautiful when they’re puffy and white like cottons. Imagine their delight during our stay at home where the skies are almost always puffy. Save for the rainy days, I have fond memories of cloudy days back when I was
We were able to visit one of the greenest places around Metro Manila during our summer vacation. The place is quite near to hubby’s home (QC) – where we stay at when we’re at the Metro. It just took us longer to find it because we have to thread a village and the people we