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CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Kathleen L. Pastrana
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Pastrana: The triumphant return of The Phantom of the Opera
THE Phantom of the Opera is still here inside my mind as I write this piece. It’s been days since I’ve left the Theater at Solaire in Manila, yet I can still hear the hauntingly beautiful voice of Jonathan Roxmouth, ...
From 267 days ago
Pastrana: Braillance: A brilliant breakthrough
CAN you imagine yourself riding a bike with your eyes closed? The idea seems preposterous. But what if you’re used to navigating the streets in the dark?Sarrah Villoria, a College of Teacher Education and Technology (CTET) faculty from the University ...
From 304 days ago
Pastrana: A glimpse of heaven’s door in China
I DO not consider myself daring, especially when it comes to trying new activities or visiting unfamiliar places. So when my 2018 ended in cliffside walks and glass bridge adventures in the Hunan Province in China, I felt a little ...
From 317 days ago
Pastrana: Crossing world’s highest glass-bottomed bridge
EVERY time I return home from a trip to China, I prepare myself for the onslaught of “Made in China” jokes. To most of my friends, traveling to China is risky, because everything there seems to be made with “China ...
From 331 days ago
The Earth’s Pandora: Exploring China’s Avatar Mountains
IF YOU’VE watched James Cameron’s Avatar, you would remember the Hallelujah Mountains in the fictional moon called Pandora. Following its release in 2009, the movie ranked first in the worldwide box office, making it one of the highest-grossing films ever ...
From 343 days ago
Holidays at ACEA Beach Resort
PLANNING vacations for the holiday season gets trickier every year.With the traffic getting worse, both in Manila and in Davao City, traveling becomes dreaded instead of looked forward to. This has severely affected our holiday schedules and vacation leaves. When ...
From 359 days ago
Exploring the Bali of Batangas
WHAT do you do when a trip you’ve spent months planning for gets cancelled?For some Dabawenyos, meticulous planning is required when traveling abroad. Most international flights are only offered in Ninoy Aquino International Airport or NAIA, so travelers coming from ...
From 380 days ago
Planning the perfect wedding
STAGING a perfect wedding hardly matters when a couple already has the perfect union. But unlike other love stories, Cherelyn Tocmo's and John Delusa's love has stood the test of time. This is the kind of romance that deserves to ...
From 386 days ago
Rediscovering Filipino heritage at Balai Belen
IN THE heart of a quiet neighborhood near Dacudao Avenue, Balai Belen stands out among rows of houses and apartment units. To escape the heavy rush-hour traffic forming along J.P Laurel Avenue, I would often take a shortcut at Garnet ...
From 394 days ago
Airport activities that make waiting worthwhile
THE beginning of the long holidays draws near, and with this come the season of out of town travels and delayed flights.For those who need to travel by plane, the most dreaded part of the trip is the long wait ...
From 401 days ago