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Happy Monday everyone! I hope your day will be the best one for today and praying for you to have a great weekend ahead. Yesterday me and my officemates when to Intramuros Manila and made our own itinerary. We had planned this in advance just last week and we just made it happen.
Our first stop is strolling around Intramuros. The first plan is to rent bambike and to stroll around but we saw Casa Manila so we went there first after some snapping of photos all around.
We saw San Agustin Church, Palacio de Gobernador , and Sta. Catalina School, but our main focus is Casa Manila.
We went there after paying Php 75 as registration fee. I remember I have been here lot of times when I was young. My very first ever was when I am doing my assignment in History. I was third year high school that time. Even Intramuros Manila is very far from our house, I went there to finish that assignment.
The second one was I was in college and the rest were while I was an employee. This is again my another soul searching event on our history.
Located in San Luis Complex in Intramuros, it is not the original but a replica of a house during Spanish era. It is a house of a Filipino family living in Spanish era. When I get there, it still gives me the goosebumps feeling because it is well-maintained and beautifully constructed.
I am glad that in this kind of place, we were informed and been recalled by our rich culture and we are highly influenced by the Spaniard. I noticed even the names of the buildings are Spanish names e.g. Casa Manila and Palacio de Gobernador.
In Casa Manila, you will see lot of antique furniture and musical instruments. I shared the pictures in my Hive account guys, if you want to see what's inside Casa Manila.
After Casa Manila, we stroll around to see Fort Santiago and Manila Cathedral. After that, we ride a tricycle and went to National Museum, the Arts and Paintings side only because the Anthropology side is close during Sunday. After that, we ride another tricycle and went to Robinson's Manila for late lunch. Our itinerary starts at 10 and finished at 5pm. It was fun!
It was fun because, I only do this again now. I haven't been soul searching for a long time now. Every time I go to some places I always describe it as soul searching. Soul searching means it enrich my soul. It makes my soul happy. It makes me appreciate life because there are lots of beauty everywhere and I am just stuck in my home and at the office, where I should be outside to appreciate the beauty of everything.