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On the road with my thoughts at BF Homes

I left the temple before dinner. Dada even asked me if I could stay longer, but I politely declined. I said I needed to...

Dumaguete: City of Gentle People

After 12 years, I returned to visit Dumaguete City, which is known as the City of Gentle People. Back in 2007, I’d come here...

Heartland Cavite: Where history comes with halo-halo

These words by the Dalai Lama should be taken to heart: “Once a year, go someplace, you’ve never been before.” This simple quote can...

Grace: The heir of the last mambabatok

Grace literally discontinued her tattoo sessions yesterday. Though many customers, like us, were waiting. She needed to do something more important—rest and feed the...

Touring America’s oldest city

A few days after I arrived in Florida, my sister, Marilou T. Eplite, told me during our dinner: “We will be going to St....

It takes a community to save the Jesuit House

Photos by Karl Patrick Daliposa While it has withstood time and the elements, human intervention is now crucial for its preservation and survival. As one of...

Fun in Davao City by Henrylito Tacio

Photos by Henrylito D. Tacio Around 7.8 times the size of Cebu and three times that of the entire Metro Manila, Davao City is known by many names: “Crown...

Cambodia’s magnificent Angkor Wat

Finally, I had an opportunity of going to Cambodia to attend an international conference.  Had it been held in the country’s capital, Phonm Penh,...

Villa Escudero: Of fascinating delights and hidden acts of kindness

When you look through a website or magazine at the parts of Villa Escudero—riding on buses pulled by carabaos, eating your food with your...

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