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Remembering the Fall of Bataan and the Second World War
Lest we forget.  75 years ago,  tens of thousands of Filipinos died during the World War II.  On that fateful day of April 9, 1942, Bataan has fallen. Thousands of Filipino and American soldiers (66,000 Filipinos and 12,000 Americans)  were force-marched by...

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Best of Bataan's Homegrown Eats
From classic favorites to the newest hangouts, there's something for everyone in Bataan. Food tripping in the province might not be popular yet, especially among travellers from Manila, but it’s an absolute must! Check out some of the restaurants I have tri...

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Travel Video: Aroma Beach Hideaway (Bagac, Bataan)
Hello everyone! I am back with another travel video, which is a concise way to update you all with my life! So as you might have known, I celebrated my 28th birthday with my cousins at Aroma Beach in Bagac, Bataan . I’ve always secretly wished that we get t...

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Celebrating my Birthday at Aroma Beach Hideaway in Bataan
Note: All photos were taken using a GoPro Hero 5. Brightness adjustment was done using Pixelmator. No filter applied. Thanks Jerome John Manalo for letting me use your GoPro! :) A week ago, I celebrated my 28th birthday with my cousins at Aroma Beach Hidea...

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Old Manila Photo Walk
When you have been to many cities, most people often ask what your favorite city is. My answer is always the same, Manila. Some will then nod in acknowledgment while others look disappointed/surprised. For most people, Manila is dirty, ugly, gritty, stinky ...

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Island Hopping in Siargao (Naked, Daku and Guyam Islands)
Note: All photos were taken using a GoPro Hero Silver. Believe it or not, no editing was done in these photos. Thanks DJ for letting us use your GoPro! :) In a tropical country made up of 7,107 islands like the Philippines, it is impossible not to find a pr...

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How I learned surfing in Siargao and realized it was not for me
I never wanted to try surfing until I picked up a surf board in Siargao . Almost all of my travel friends and acquaintances have tried surfing at least once, but I never really bother to try. Since I was in the Surfing Capital of the Philippines last Novem...

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Awesome Korean BBQ At Ummason Kimchi Korean Restaurant in Don Antonio, Quezon City
I’ve made it no secret. Korean BBQ is one of my favorites. I could not remember when was the first time I tried Korean Barbecue, but all I could remember was how amazing it was! I was really amazed with a large assortment of banchan given on the side, which...
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