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Happy Independence Day, Pare

Luneta Park a.k.a Rizal Park. Philippine 0 Km

Gak sengaja baca news feed di Facebook hari ini (yg mana saya jarang-jarang lihat FB), dan tertera “Happy Independence Day, Philippines! Mabuhay!” di akun seorang teman saya yang asli sono namun sedang bekerja di Indonesia. Langsung ingatan kembali ke satu tahun lalu saat melakukan perjalanan ke jiran kita yg paling ujung itu. Perjalanan impulsif tanpa tahu risiko yang diambil, termasuk mau ngapain aja di sana dengan teman yang juga baru pertama kali ke sana. Karena mendapat respon yang baik beserta pengalaman yang menyenangkan dulu, akhirnya tahun ini saya memutuskan untuk kembali ke sana pada akhir tahun nanti, tentunya dengan beberapa tujuan baru lagi.

Vigan, the most beautiful heritage town in SE Asia

The Philippines, odd child of Asia. You’ll find Catholic church everywhere instead of Mosque and temple. Priest instead of monks. Adobo and vinegar instead of soy sauce or sambal. More fiesta a la Carribean and bahala na attitude everywhere.

Keep your country peaceful, clean, and more prosperous, my dear Filipino friends. And mahal kita, Philippines😉

Jeepney, national icon

inside Jeepney

Tapsilog, common breakfast in Philippines

Chocolate Hills at Sagbayan (Bohol Islands)

Plaza de Roma

The majestic UNESCO heritage site, Paoay Church (Paoay, Ilocos Norte)

Sea, Sand, Mountain, and a dozen of Windmills. A surreal view of Bangui, Ilocos Norte

3 comments on “Happy Independence Day, Pare

  1. dansapar
    June 12, 2012

    *merdeka!
    *eeaa

  2. ombolot
    June 12, 2012

    Salamat Pare ….

    Kangen continental breakie with FORK !!

    • Sy Azhari
      June 15, 2012

      kangen sarapan gak pake FORK tapi disodorin sendok-garpu tapi gak pake Babi dong ya…adanya Beep!

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