Muntinglupa

This Morning around New Bilibid

I was biking around Bilibid this morning. Since it has been raining these past few days, I took advantage of the little sunlight we got.It did not last long. I have to pedal back home around 1o am. I’m not sure if Jamboree lake is the smallest lake in the country but locals proudly claims […]

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Opinion

This site's Facebook "Like" Page

Totally and absolutely ignorant of social networking. That’s how I describe myself since I deleted my facebook account more than a year ago. Since I’m not interested to “facebook” my personal life (at least not yet) I’ve created a “like” page (is that what its called?) for the site. The page is hosted by a […]

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Historia | Laguna

Calamba by Bike. Rizal @ 150!

What I discovered recently is how its so much better traveling around old towns in a bicycle. It won’t always be possible as tehre are limitations in the number of places you can reach but nothing  beats the health benefits (which I desperately needs!) and the mobility it affords. Since I was expecting some rain […]

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Laguna

Not all is lost in Biñan…

I hopped on my bike and went around Biñan looking for old houses. They’re still there, some of them. Sadly, most are just shells of what they once were. I remember the first time I saw the ancestral houses of Biñan a decade ago. Even then, there were already obvious signs of deterioration and neglect. That […]

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Laguna

A Rough Road in Biñan and the Landayan Trisikad

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uvF1Mg6z5s] I usually take the less traveled roads to get around traffic. I reached Biñan at around 6 am. The heat and traffic was tolerable along the national road but the jeeps really pose serious danger. They swerve and block without regard to cyclist. One must be very defensive in riding. On my way back […]

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Personal

mi mommy Amparo que en paz descanse

I arrived late for the funeral mass but in time to hear the emotional eulogies of her grandchildren. Those who did not made it sent theirs through email. These messages were read first. All were moving dedication to honor the sacrifices of their beloved “Wawa”. Maidu, one of the grandchildren, told me to say a […]

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