Currently in Cotabato City right now for a documentary assignment. My day starts early and it ends just right after sunset. Visiting the nooks and crannies of the city has yielded a lot of unexpected surprises. The Moro people are friendly and the women are beautiful. The children would remember me and would call and wave even a day after meeting them in the streets. Continue reading
Approximately having an elevation of 1,500 meters with a cover area of 10,360 km²,The Banaue Rice Terraces was chosen by the World Travel and Tour Council as one of the two green globe destinations of the Philippines. Continue reading
I fell in love with Barcelona. If Paris, to me, seems like a very handsome guy waking up to a head splitting hang-over, Barcelona would be that playful innocent rogue — lively, vibrant, happy, and a bit of a daredevil (crumpled shirt and all). Exactly the man of my dreams. Continue reading
It was musky but not as stinky as you would enter a chicken house. The goats have a relatively cleaner, less stinky, well defined, round pellet poop (that doesn’t splat itself upon hitting the ground– gross). And the goat house stands on high stilts that stands more than 10 feet above the ground. Continue reading
The Fringe Club in Lower Albert Street (Central) in Hong Kong is an open art platform that provide rent free services to engage the local community in cultural works.
The picture is actually the back of the building (Wyndham St). It’s a sweet building that everyone walks by but hardly notices as they stagger towards the bars in Lan Kwai Fong. The building used to be an ice and dairy plant and the Hong Kong Fringe Club, a non-profit organization, acquired it in 1984 after the building was abandoned by the business owners when their company headquarters moved to London. Continue reading
Cellphone photos I took when I visited Batrang, Vietnam.