WHERE: PINTO ART MUSEUM// ADELL UY

 

Pinto Art Museum

You probably located this place through the photos posted on instagram, but come I’ll take you inside and show you through photos that this Instagram-worthy place is also worth your money &  time.

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CandyXMelissa // Adell Uy

Last June 24, I attended one of Candy Magazine’s Candy Insta-class at Le Petit Souffle, SM Megamall. To those who are not familiar with this Mag, Candy Magazine is the number one teen magazine in the Philippines.

In partnership with Melissa Ph, they just launched the Flygirl collection which is related to our girl, Wonderwoman and aims to highlight women. (Have you watched it? It screams girl power, right?! I’m sorry I can’t get over it. )

Melissa is an iconic global footwear brand that traces its origins to Brazil.From sexy stilettos to fabulous flats, Melissa shoes have re-invented the much-loved jelly, bringing style and comfort to a whole new level. Melissa looks forward to bringing the future of fashion to the world.

 

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♥Our two “social media influencer teachers”, Kaila Estrada & Mari Jasmine gave us tips and tricks on how to ace our Instagram game! If you’re a fan of OOTD’s like me, it’s impossible for you not to follow Kaila Estrada and Mari Jasmine on Instagram, right?

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WHERE: Pansacola Beach // Adell Uy

Palm trees & sea breeze

more of my experience, not totally about the place

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♥So we went to Quezon Province and visited some beaches there. We were able to visit Pansacola Beach where the sea screams heaven!! We used a boat to get there, and got stranded 2 times, in the middle of the sea, the experience was pretty amazing though, where I only hear the waves crashing down and the wind messing up my hair.

WHERE: Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar// Adell Uy

A blast from the past

WHAT IF ONE PLACE CAN PROVE THE FACTS&OPINIONS THAT YOU READ ON YOUR ARALING PANLIPUNAN & MAKABAYAN BOOK? ARE YOU EAGER TO SEE THE PROOF OR YOU’RE JUST GOING TO LET THOSE HISTORY QUESTIONS RUN AROUND YOUR MIND?

 

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bataan takes you back to the 18th-century Philippines.  The noble class mansions, wooden stilt houses, and a grand main building made of stone stand proudly in a village of cobblestone streets.