March 16, 2013

Portuguese Fort of Bahrain (Bahrain Fort)

Bahrain Fort / Portuguese Fort

The Bahrain Fort, also known as the Portuguese Fort, is of great historical importance in Bahrain and in the Arabian Gulf region. The Fort was built by the Portuguese on the ruins of an earlier small fort built by the people of Bahrain. The Portuguese added the high walls, the huge square towers and a [...]

Bolinao: Enchanted Cave

Enchanted Cave

Pangasinan is more known for its most popular tourist attraction which is the Hundred Islands National Park. A cluster of more than a hundred islands off the town of Alaminos on the Lingayen Gulf. For those who seek adventures, there are several caves in Pangasinan waiting to be explored. There is the Cacupangan cave in [...]

Punta de Riviera of Bolinao, Pangasinan

Five Star bus terminal in Pasay

I had the chance to visit the scenic Punta de Riviera in Bolinao, Pangasinan on Feb 6 when I attended the annual summer outing of St. Therese Choir from Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish. The travel time by land from Manila to Bolinao took around 5-6 hours with stops along the way. From Manila, [...]

Paoay Church of Ilocos Norte

Paoay Church of Ilocos Norte

Paoay Church in Ilocos Norte is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines and is among the major attractions of the province.This Church is included in the Unesco World Heritage list. Otherwise known as St. Augustine Church, this church of the municipality of Paoay was built in 1704 and was inaugurated in 1896, according [...]

Coron, Palawan : A must see place

Coron Town Center

Coron, Palawan is located on Busuanga Island , the northern tip of Palawan in the Philippines . It is halfway from both Manila and Puerto Princesa (the capital city of the province of Palawan ). If you are going to Coron, it is likely that Coron town will be your base as this is where [...]

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