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Free Book Reading in Makati

Photo credits to Emerald R. Ridao Reading Club 2000 or popularly known by the Makati locals as “library sa may Balagtas”. It’s located in 1454 Balagtas St., Barangay La Paz, Makati City. Founder Hernando “Nanie” Guanlao says, the library never...
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Ynares Center

Photo credits to normankonrad The Ynares Center is a 12,000 capacity indoor stadium located in along the Circumferential Road, Antipolo City, Rizal, Philippines. It was built in 1993. Antipolo is about 25 kilometers east of Manila, probably about an hour...
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Malacañang Palace

Malacañang Palace is the official residence of the President of the Republic of the Philippines. Malacañan was its original name. It started out as a vacation house of Don Luis Rocha. It turned into a official residence of every Spanish...
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What is EDSA?

Photo all rights reserved by lindsaybridge EDSA is an acronym for Epifanio de los Santos Avenue. A 23.8 kilometer long stretch of road in Metro Manila named after Epifanio de los Santos, a Filipino Historian. Its original name was 19...
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Metro Manila Mayors

This list of Metro Manila Mayors is based on the May 2010 election results. Caloocan City – ECHIVERRI, Enrico R. Las Piñas City – AGUILAR, Vergel A. Makati City – BINAY, Jejomar E Jr S. Malabon City – ORETA, Canuto...
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Makati City Basic Information

Makati City got its name from an old tagalog word, “makati” meaning receding tide. Miguel López de Legazpi asked the local leader the name of the then swampy place, the datu replied in tagalog, “Makati na. Kumakati na,” or “the.....
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Top Livable Cities in Metro Manila

Okay, first off, this is not a thorough survey, simply based on superficial personal observation of mine. Basically, judging each city’s cleanliness, safety and economics. Some might argue with me, but no city is perfect. Makati City. Everywhere I go,...
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Mendicants or Manglilimos in Manila

A mendicant is a beggar. In tagalog, it’s manglilimos. You could find a lot of them roaming the streets of Metro Manila cities. Just about an hour ago in a 7-11 store where i went in to eat my supper....
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La Mesa Eco Park

It was my first to visit La Mesa Eco Park last Holy Week. The place is best place for families, friends and lovers alike. But i went there alone, but still i enjoyed it nonetheless. They also have boat rental...
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Marikina City

Before posting tons of photos about Marikina City, i will give a bit of facts of about this progressive city. Marikina City popularly known as the Shoe Capital of the Philippines. It is one of several cities that comprise Metro...
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