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Most people think Taal Volcano is that relatively high land formation on the right side of this picture. That’s Binintiang Malaki. The crater is found in the middle, usually not visible if you’re viewing from Tagaytay. I’ve trekked it twice; one for a school field trip and the other time with my friends.
Even Garfield is having a tough time earning money these days.
I first went to Busan winter of 2010. Korea’s most popular beach, Haeundae (해운대), was almost deserted that time. With the ocean’s freezing temperature, no one was crazy enough to take a plunge. In August 2012, this photo won in a contest by the Korea Tourism Organization. As part of my prize, they used my photo as the Facebook page’s cover photo for a month. Actual cover photo HERE.
That’s Taipei 101’s shadow. This was taken around 4 or 5PM but I guess for the smaller buildings out there, it probably feels like night time already. I’m acrophobic by the way so taking this photo FROM THE 89TH FLOOR and going near the glass window was very nerve-racking for me.
Calatagan, Batangas is a 4-to-5-hour drive from Manila. (Well, it should have been faster if my friend, who was driving, didn’t get lost on the road.) This bamboo raft was the perfect dining table and the best front row seat to witness the sunset.
Autumn is probably my favorite season in Korea. The change of colors is simply magical. I’ll let the pictures I took do the talking.
Gyeongbukgong (경복궁), Seoul (서울)
Deoksugung (덕수궁), Seoul (서울)
Tongdosa (통도사), Yangsan (양산)
I was having lunch alone in Hong Kong when I saw this old lady. I didn’t come closer to check what was she reading because I didn’t want to appear as a foreigner invading her privacy. I saved myself from being cursed in Cantonese. I hope she found what she was looking for.