GUIGUINTO, BULACAN, PHILIPPINES — It isn’t everyday that you’d encounter an abandoned train station. With the current situation of the mass transport systems in Manila, one might wonder what caused the closure of the old train stations & railways that were… Continue Reading
SAN RAFAEL, BULACAN, PHILIPPINES — Pronounced as mala-nga-an, and not malang-ga-an, Malangaan Cave is located near a quarry site in the outlying Sitio Tukod in Brgy. Pulo, San Rafael, Bulacan. The cave features a canyon-like crevice and a nearby spring.
DOÑA REMEDIOS TRINIDAD, BULACAN, PHILIPPINES — Doña Remedios Trinidad is a first class, rural, young municipality in Bulacan, being established in 1977. It is the largest municipality in Bulacan, lying on the southern edge of Sierra Madre mountain range, and… Continue Reading
NORZAGARAY, BULACAN, PHILIPPINES — Supposedly doing a traverse to three mountains: Maranat, Balagbag and Lubog. Although I have not seen any entry on the internet about this specific traverse, I have read Balagbag-Maranat traverse is possible since they are coming… Continue Reading
MALOLOS, BULACAN, PHILIPPINES — Barasoain Church, also known as Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish, is a Roman Catholic Church built in 1630 in Malolos, Bulacan. The church is proverbial for its historical significance among Filipinos as it is the site… Continue Reading