Sunday, March 9, 2014
Saturday, March 8, 2014
There is an ongoing effort to document and preserve heritage and ancestral houses in the city as exemplified by Casa Adasa built in the 1900 that is a mix of Spanish, American and Japanese design. Originally owned by Don Aniano Adasa, a scion of one of the old and influential families in Dapitan. The house is an imposing symbol of a grandeur based heritage.
Friday, March 7, 2014
A kilometer beach line in Barangay Mabua, Surigao City covered with smooth stones is one of unique sun and sea attractions 7 kilometers from the city center. Attracting both local and foreign tourists, visitors are impressed with the clear and cool waters that make this surreal place ideal for swimming and jet skiing. If you are lucky enough to catch the big waves, you can go windsurfing.
Monday, March 3, 2014
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Welcome 2014! As a Filipino, it is a tradition to celebrate new year with a firecracker. According to Chinese making noises with firecrackers cast away bad luck. For me, being a Chinese in blood, I am in favor of firecracker because it is a tradition of my ancestors. But on the other side, because of the unavoidable injuries caused by firecrackers, I can also say that people should handle it with care and if not it is better to not use it at all.
Thursday, December 19, 2013
Taking pictures is my passion that is why wherever I go, my camera is always at my side. One night while walking along San Pedro Extension, infront of San Pedro Cathedral, I noticed the old beggar singing bisaya songs to get the attention of passers in that area. I took photos to those people giving money to the beggar. I was surprised because still some people remains to be kind-hearted who offer their extra money to the less fortunate people.