There were plenty of things to see in the country’s capital. There were historical buildings, memorial, statues and anything significant everywhere. The whole place was like a giant museum. We walked around the National Mall and after passing by several monuments we came across the World War II Memorial. Here is a little intro according… Read More World War II Memorial, Washington D.C.
It was confusing to drive around the city. It was crowded but I was lucky that I had managed to blend in with the flow of traffic. I didn’t get honked at or make unnecessary turns or stops. After following several signs, I found a parking lot underneath the city. There were plenty of space… Read More Gëlle Fra, Luxembourg City
It was a gloomy day, I said that because the clouds were dark and an impending rain was coming to the area. Deelow, Ollie and I with the dogs Corvo and Yusuf drove to Dublin and pick Ta Vans. (We didn’t bring the other two dogs because they don’t go well with huge crowds.) We… Read More Candlestick Point, California
I’ve read about the toad shape of Corregidor several times in history books, but never have I thought that I could reach it through Manila. At the beginning, I thought it was located in Leyte because of McArthur but as I read and researched I found out it was in Manila Bay. So upon my… Read More Corregidor, Cavite