It has taken me six months before I managed to upload these photos. Apologies for the tardiness! But since I’ve got plenty of awesome photos, it’s a mortal sin not to share them here. As they say, it’s better late than never.

Our family celebrated New Year’s Eve/Day (2017) at the Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bataan and it was nothing but a splendid experience. It was a rich immersion on Philippine history, arts, and culture. This heritage resort brought me back to my childhood and my parents/grandparents’ childhood too.

Here I found the integral elements what makes our country uniquely Filipino: capiz shell houses, Lola Basyang, sorbetes, palosebos, kalabaw, sungka, simbang gabi, puto bumbong, sayawan sa plaza, and many more.

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