As a kid, I was always afraid of riding planes because I saw a lot of movies back then that weren’t really trip-provoking but as it turns out it was and still is an amazing experience.
So here’s my North bound trip 🙂
Old meets new. Inside the walled city of Intramuros, old cultures of buildings and architecture meet with new and advance idiosyncrasies of the people and the community.
One of the famous landmarks of Manila is The Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception also known as the Manila Cathedral. It has been there for quite some time now. It was established back in 1571. Has been struck by different challenges like earthquake and fire. It has been restored and now you can marvel to its grandeur as well as practice your faith.
Found inside the church is a small chamber dedicated to the image of Mary, Refuge of Sinners. You can offer your prayers here especially with the intentions of those who have departed before us.
The Cathedral’s Belfry. #JAwDropping
“The San Agustin Church”
Another symbolic architecture found in Intramuros is the more than 400 year old church of Saint Augustine.
Here are some snippets from my Tagaytay experience.
And lastly, my MNL trip would not be complete if it weren’t for them.