After the success of the first Philippine Pyromusical competition held in SM Mall of Asia, this year, me and Sha had the privilege to go to the 2nd Philippine Pyromusical Competition last Saturday where Portugal and United Kingom showcased their fireworks synchronized with music.
After a hearty dinner at Lau Pa Sat with my former officemates, we walked around Marina Bay. I never thought we’d walk from One Raffles Place to Fullerton Hotel. Some of you might think it’s silly to walk around that far but we really do not have a choice. The roads were closed since it’s F1 season there. It may be tiring but it was a fun experience. 😀
Me and Sha were able to experience an overnight stay of One Tagaytay Place courtesy of the hotel. We weren’t really expecting a big room since we were told that we will get to stay in a Deluxe Twin room. We were overwhelmed when we’re told that our room has been upgraded to a one-bedroom suite.
Binondo, Manila’s third district, is also known as Manila’s Chinatown. We just had a photo walk here where our route began a couple or more meters away from the foot of Jones Bridge (just outside Original Savory). We were then welcomed by the picturesque Filipino-Chinese Friendship Arch.
We are glad that we had the opportunity to join the Club EOS Raw Adventure which includes a Landscape Photography workshop in Pico de Loro Cove. Pico de Loro Cove is a Hamilo Coast development and it’s located in Nasugbu, Batangas. To go there, you need to take the Tagaytay-Nasugbu route.
Within the vicinity of Cagsawa Ruins Park is the Cagsawa Church Belfry which remains standing today since Mayon Volcano’s worst eruption in 1814. This is among the most photographed spots in the province of Albay.
If you’re going to the Bicol region, most especially Legazpi City, Albay, you should not miss the majestic Mayon Volcano. The volcano is famous for its perfect cone. Actually, you can see Mayon wherever you are in Albay. Last month, we were in Legazpi City and the moment we went down the airplane, the Mayon Volcano can already be seen. We arrived at 7:30 in the morning and at that time, it was too cloudy so only half of the volcano was in sight.