Category: Life in the Philippines
Philippines Family Dynamics
A light breeze floats in from the sea. The excited sounds of children playing drift over the air. Seventeen men, spread out over a large distance, individually cast small nets, bending to their task of catching fish. I wonder whether their families will be able to eat tonight if they catch nothing.
Tribute To Dodo Bustamante
Born into an old, titled land family, Dodo grew up in Bacolod under privileged circumstances. As a young child, he played after school in the fields with children whose parents were working in his family land. But even then, Dodo recognized that his life differed significantly from theirs.
One day, as I was just finishing a photo shoot with a rice farmer in Siaton, Negros Oriental, I saw this little
Observations On Life In Dumaguete
This Article from Michael O'Riordan's column Outside Looking In at the Dumaguete Metropost was first published on
The museum contains an astonishing amount of WW2 paraphernalia such as uniforms, bullets, guns, mortar shells, commendations, books, and rare photographs of soldiers. Equally impressive is Felix's vast knowledge of WW2. This man has an encyclopedic knowledge about this complex subject.
This article from Michael O'Riordans column Outside Looking In was originally published on the 11th of February
9 Things You Can Strike Off Your Bucket List By Visiting Dumaguete City
Dumaguete Bucket List Known as The City of Gentle People, Dumaguete certainly lives up to its moniker. Although
Life In The Philippines
Sign up for the PhilX Group newletter I began life in Ireland which is my country of birth. I’ve also lived in
Upcoming Philippine Festivals You Should Definitely Check Out
Aside from the stunning beaches, picturesque sceneries, and astounding culture, the Philippines is also known for