Here are my posts tagged with #pinoy

  • At the Mercy of the Wind

    9th Aug, 2022

    My trip to the Andalusia region was one of the most memorable. Spain at its most passionate. But one of the fascinating things that really caught my attention was the fickle but powerful wind — h…

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  • Feels so Good in Nature

    9th Jan, 2020

    Notice how you feel good and happier out there if you spend time in nature. Why so? Well, our need for nature is more than just a good feeling. It's in our DNA. I always think we’re geneti…

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  • Visa-free Countries for Filipinos with a US Visa

    8th Jan, 2020

    Do you have a valid US visa? Have you been granted one recently? Perhaps you've visited the US already and would like to travel to other countries without the added hassle of going through another …

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  • A Decade of Reflection

    1st Jan, 2020

    This is going to be a brief, casual post. It's ironic to see a (very) old draft of my blog a decade ago — still so relevant to this day. I wrote this on my last working day, very hopeful for anot…

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  • The Lost Boy

    24th Dec, 2019

    This photo was taken just next to the Gothic Cathedral in Barri Gotic, Barcelona. Something I’d like to share personally as it's one of my favorite candid shots. There’s just so much in…

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  • The Dark Side of Light

    23rd Dec, 2019

    Europeans owe some of their best designs used in architecture to the Saracens. From the Arab tribes in Asia to the Moors in Spain, ancient ruins uncover some of the finest Saraceni…

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  • Smile and Ride a Bike

    22nd Dec, 2019

    Well, it's been a while. It feels like I haven't had me-time for a long while nor some downtime to write — which is the lesser evil. I won't brag about it, it's been a tough year. And it feels li…

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  • Over the Mountains of Montserrat

    21st Oct, 2019

    Today, I got this photo taken from the top of the mountain range of Montserrat. Quite a striking rock formation with its distinctive pink conglomerate. Reaching its peak, I felt that familiar child…

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