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Bernardo Arellano III
Mapper, Geography and History Student, Travel Blogger, Cultural and Heritage Advocate
Mapper, Geography and History Student, Travel Blogger, Cultural and Heritage Advocate

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A place went viral on social media, and became famous overnight. A few days later, it became crowded and messy. Are bloggers and social media guilty or is this a shared responsibility of all stakeholders? Here's our thought about blogging, mass tourism, and responsible travelling.

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Baguio celebrates Panagbenga Festival this coming weekend!
Floral floats and street dancing take the center stage in the Summer Capital of the Philippines.

Aside from the floral and the cultural, Panagbenga also traces its roots in an event that changed Baguio's history--the 1990 Luzon Earthquake.

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Baguio blooms again this coming weekend as it celebrates Panagbenga Festival!

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Sharing our story of travelling to east coast of Malay Peninsula during the height of the monsoon season.

We never knew that the gentle and cool breeze amihan wind in the Philippines would be so torrential in the east coast of the peninsula!

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Hong Kong in shades of silver and grey.
Shot during Ghost Month, 2015.

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It has been ten years since we've attended the first Sinulog Festival of Cebu in personal memory (we were too young when we had our first in 1987 when I had an asthma attack in the middle of the Grand Parade).

Back in 2007, we have no high end camera. Just a point and shoot one that only produces VGA-sized images.

And since we weren't able to go to Cebu to celebrate Sinulog this year, let's go back a decade ago and see how the festivity was.

#ThrowbackSunday #prititit #Sinulog #Cebu #Philippines

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A glimpse of Malaysia's center of federal administration and a planned city -- Putrajaya.

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Gabay na mapa para sa ruta ng prusisyon ng Poong Nazareno sa Lungsod ng Maynila para sa taong 2017.

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New Year, new day.
How about witnessing the sun rise at Borobodur Temple in Indonesia?
Here was our experience in welcoming a new day in some of the most surreal experiences we had so far, back in 2013.

#Indonesia #WonderfulIndonesia #Borobodur #travel #asia  
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