Tuesday, April 1, 2014

the ruins

a few weeks ago almost immediately after i posted about heavenly declaration, we visited this place. no kids, just us adults. i have already seen this place before and written about it here. the last time we were there we missed the sunset but this time we witnessed it. it was amazing. 
i could try and write a lot about this visit to a beautiful, historic place again but there are already a lot written about it. although it looks majestic and picturesque especially on sunset, what adds to its attraction is the heroic history behind this lovely architecture. if you want more history, you can visit THIS.

ours are just pictures. :-)
believe me, i was holding fast. look at my foot!
jore. still business.
white kid problem. too much sunlight.



arguing who's in-charge of the baby next. lol
beef  lechon. 
first time in army navy 
on the way to the airport
close your eyes at he count of three!
men discussing men stuff. sister, hey, i have wifi!
for the second time i wondered how did that tree end up on that tall tower. probably pollination. or something like that.









i forced him to do this. lol
he forced me to shot this. 
nobody has to forced me for this. haha


discussing the merit of a freshly ground coffee
finally. a sunset shot. jore's work
dusk 

sister & bro-in-law

jore's perspective!

12 comments:

stevebethere said...

What a fab place looked like you had fun ;-)

Have a tanfabulosa week ;-)

Masshole Mommy said...

Wow, I loved seeing all of your pictures!

Karren Haller said...

What an awesome place to visit, I love old buildings and would love to visit some, someday. Thanks for sharing. Please stop by when you have time.
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Mascha said...

Oh that are grateful ruins and amazing shots!
Greetings from Germany :-)

Karren Haller said...

Thanks for hosting, wishing you a great day!

alissa apel said...

The buildings in this are so pretty!

Julie said...

Beautiful photos!!!

pixiedusk said...

I miss jeepneys! I Philippines =) Nice to have stumbled upon your blog! Hope you can visit mine too.

Rhonda Albom said...

Wonderful spot offering fantastic photo opportunities. Although the car on the way to the airport is a bit scary.

Leovi said...

Those photos are gorgeous! Wonderful places full of charm!

Susan Cook said...

Looks like a beautiful place to spend the day. Love all your photos & captions!

Thanks for sharing :)

Shere said...

great pictures!

Shere y Paul