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Insta-pic of the Week: Fortress by kBLOGztugan on Nov 1, 2012I grew up with tons of fairy tale books, dolls with tiaras and Disney movies. Those made me a hopeless romantic, a believer of  "happy ever after", and a grown-up fascinated with castles. During our trip in Ajman, a Fortress...



Gunpla Cerial Bowl Part 4 by redblondemean on Aug 22, 2012May was my last entry regarding news and etc. If not for the big news that Bandai handed us down, I wouldn’t have made this. I’m too lazy and too busy that I can’t think of anything, but this really trembled me A LOT. Let’s st...



A Walk in Intramuros by kurtzky on Jul 20, 2012Intramuros is a huge pentagon-shaped vicinity in the city of Manila. The present-day Intramuros is home to different universities, residential areas, churches, and other establishments. Despite its modernization, the ‘walled city’ had a s...



Fort Santiago: A Spanish Fortress within the Walled City by Yannah the Wanderer on Apr 20, 2012During the Spanish era, not only did the Spaniards create a walled city which is known as Intramuros, they also created a fortress that lies on the endmost portion of their walled city. This Fortress is where they hide there … Continue reading...



Illustration: Fortress by The Creative Dork on Apr 5, 2012Ever since I was a young boy that still liked girls, I’ve always dreamed of having my own tree house on our backyard. Any size or form will do. But living in a small neighborhood and having an overweight dad and no big brothers did not help in...



The Five Most Impressive Castles in Asia and The Middle East by A Traveler's Tales on Mar 29, 2012Marvel at Asia’s five most impressive castles. Himeji Castle photo link Himeji castle, also known as White Heron Castle, is Japan’s most visited castle. Built as a fort in 1331, this magnificent castle was completed in 1609. It was Japan’s...



Fuerza de Sta. Isabel of Taytay, Palawan by Lakas ng Trip on Oct 30, 2011Visiting Hours How Long Should You Stay There Entrance Fee Contact Details How to Get to Fuerza de Sta. Isabel How to Go Back Did you know that there’s an old spanish fortress in Taytay, Palawan? It was first built with only wood in 1667 but la...



Montecassino, Italy by on Oct 13, 2011Montecassino, Italy...



Walk the World: Between Bites’ Asia Travel Omnibus by Between Bites on Aug 9, 2010      Singapore – Bali, Indonesia Series   Oh Hello Again Singapore (1st of 3 Parts) Sentosa in Singapore (2nd of 3 Parts) Singapore Sistah Lah     My Love Affair with Bali (1st of 3 Parts) Memoirs of the Affair (2nd of 3 Parts) A Whole...



Cuyo Fortress Church by Pueblo Philippines on Aug 2, 2010During the early Spanish colonial period, Fort Cuyo was constructed and finished in 1680, built to protect the Cuyo island from sporadic Moro attacks.…...