I'm sure as kids we were sent here for field trips, it feels so distant isn't it? So since it's June the month of our independence, let me take you back there and see what our Museum has installed for us.
9 months ago
You probably heard and have seen so much information about this mountain online, just like its name which is abbreviated from "Mataas Na Bundok" and the popular free "alamid" coffee, a coffee made out of Asian Palm Civet's waste. Well, the free coffee is still true today as we have experienced it ourselves, but is it really that high or "mataas?" in Filipino, it is not. In fact, this is the easiest mountain we're ever climbed, easier than Mt. Batulao or Mt. Maculot.
11 months ago
If you have a car, I suggest you try a road trip to Tarlac. I have two places on the way for you to drop by to. First off, Monasterio de Tarlac, this monastery on top of the Resurrection mountain is a good and peaceful place for the family but your friends will surely love the beautiful scenery too.
1 year ago
Tired of the mainstream tourist destinations in Baguio? Let me take you to an unusual tour that would let you be one with contemporary arts and the nature as well. In a remote area in Tuba, Benguet, there is a museum owned by a Master of Philippine Contemporary/Modern art, the BenCab Museum. The home of our National artist Benedicto Reyes Cabrera's works.
1 year ago