As what their campaign is saying “Do not leave Zamboanga” who would want to leave this place which has one of the beautiful sunsets in the Philippines. This is a place with so much story to tell. A land of pristine beauty and history. Having been here change the entire mindset I had before all the negativity were vanish and replace with just all positivity and memories beyond compare. And I’m just a one happy kid enjoying all the travel perks while working, so feel blessed. I don’t want to put so much thoughts here because I just want you to enjoy looking at the photos I prepared for you guys and see it for yourself, this place deserves to be shared in a beautiful way. Hasta la vista Zamboanga!
This is the miraculous church of Fort Pilar. A no ceiling Roman Catholic church, they say this place is the refuge of those civilians who were affected by the war.
This is the National Museum of Zamboanga, actually this is under renovation and close for public viewing but we keep on insisting if we can have a glimpse of their history and wish granted for the tourist! That’s the advantage of being a merchandiser you can haggle when it’s needed ;)
Kape Zamboanga at Paseo del Mar has the best knicker bucker in town, it’s a must try when you are in town.
An adventure and a nature tripping welcomes us at Woodland Resort
The kid in me goofing around at Pasonanca Park.
An overlooking view deck of the whole Zamboanga Peninsula at Abong-abong where the huge white cross stand still.