Category: history


A Day In National Museum of Anthropology ~ Part 2

National Museum of Anthropology is definitely worth a visit! You will not just feel fascinated with their overwhelming collection of artifacts but you will also learn a lot from their galleries. Recently, I gave you a virtual tour to five of their galleries such as the Marble Hall, The Treasures of San Diego, the Portraits […]


A Day in National Museum of Anthropology ~ Part 1

Under the Proclamation 798 signed by the former president Corazon Aquino, October is declared as “Museums and Galleries Month” where Museums and Galleries all over the country are highly encouraged to undertake activities in accordance to the proclamation. This could be a perfect chance for every Filipino to appreciate our very rich culture and cherish […]


Exploring Ilocos : The Cape Bojeador Lighthouse

It didn’t take us long to reach our next destination in Ilocos Norte. We’ve finally entered Burgos and before we get the chance to see the Kapurpurawan Rock Formation, we had a quick stop over to one of the most notable places in Ilocos Norte ~ The Cape Bojeador Lighthouse. Lighthouses never failed to amuse […]


Exploring Ilocos : Malacañang of the North

If Cavite has Aguinaldo Shrine and Baguio has the Mansion, Ilocos Norte has its very own version of Malacañang! Dubbed as the Malacañang of the North, this presidential museum in Paoay was once a residence of Marcos Family by the time that he was serving as the President of the Philippines.  The place served as the […]