There are more than ten churches in city center of Genoa. But since I had only a short stay, I only got to visit two of them. Just a few walks from the hotel where stayed, I found the Basilica … Continue reading
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Genoa: By The Sea.
Maybe Columbus was looking out to the sea when curiosity struck him to discover a new land… Being on the seacoast of the Italian Riviera makes Genoa so wonderful. I think any place located along the sea is definitely beautiful. … Continue reading
Verona: More Than Romeo & Juliet.
The Casa di Guilleta or Juliet’s House is probably one of the most visited places in Verona. Thanks to Shakespeare, I think most tourists come to Verona to see this place. It’s a 14TH century house at Via Capello that … Continue reading
The Verona Cathedral.
The Verona Cathedral was built in 1117 after two Palaeo-Christian churches were destroyed by an earthquake on the same site. The cathedral’s plan has remained unchanged even after the structures were later modified by several renovations. Famously known in Italian … Continue reading
Travel Theme: Dance.
This is part of a dance drama by the Balinese depicting the a battle between the mythical characters Rangda, the witch representing evil, and the lion-dragon representing good known as Barong. The dancers express the story through the fingers, hands … Continue reading
A Ride on the “More Fun” Bandwagon.
I love my beautiful country, the Philippines. In fact, one of the reasons I put up this blog is to share to the world the finest things that the Philippines are abundant of: natural resources, diverse culture and friendly people … Continue reading