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The Great Wall of China in Mutianyu

The Great Wall of China is referred to in Mandarin as Wanli Changcheng (10,000-Li Long Wall or simply very long wall) BEIJING, CHINA- S...

Friday, October 6, 2023

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I passes by this iconic landmark in Quezon City and EspaƱa everyday.  This location is often labeled as Kilometer Zero because it is the gateway to the different parts of the Metro.  Pasig is a few minutes away, as well as Makati, Manila and other places.


Intricately designed Swiss inspired red house in Tagaytay Cavite City


I went to Ilig-Iligan Beach in Boracay ⛱️  They say this is how Boracay looks like in the 70's and 80's when Boracay  wasn't spoiled yet by commercialism.

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Crosswinds Tagaytay Lush Forest


Breathtaking view of a pine tree forest make Crosswinds Tagaytay one of the premier destinations in the South.

This A Swiss-inspired lifestyle can now be savored just a few hours away from the bustling heart — and intense heat — of Metro Manila. You don't need to board a long-haul flight to Switzerland; instead, all you have to do is drop by Tagaytay, where the enchanting Crosswinds Tagaytay beckons with its one-of-a-kind Swiss-inspired lifestyle.  This exclusive enclave is tucked away on the face of the lush, sweeping natural hills of Tagaytay. The cool breeze, crisp mountain air and earthy scent of pine trees makes us come back for more staycation. 


 Boracay has one of the most beautiful sunset in the Philippines.

Just like me, I bet that you'll never get tired visiting the island of Boracay in the Philippines no matter how many times you've visited already. Why? That's not entirely because of the island's powdery white sand but also because of the stunning view of sunrise and sunset at the white beach area especially at station one.

I love how the skyline at station one changes color from pink  to orange to yellow with the bluish of blue sky in the background.

God's work of art is stunning. 



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