Address: Ricardo Flores Magon 1, Nonoalco-Tlatelolco, Tlatelolco, 06995 Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, Mexico. About 5.5 miles (9 km) west of Mexico City International Airport. By car, it takes about 15 minutes. The nearest train stations are Tlatelolco Metro and Garibaldi Metro. Tlatelolco is steeped in tragic history. First, it was the last strong-hold against the Spanish […]

If only I was feeling well that weekend, I would have jogged for half an hour or so. It was great to see a 5.8 hectare athletic complex in this part of the city. This place was named after Norberto Amoranto, Quezon City’s longest-serving mayor (1954-1976). I would have wanted to see more people at […]

I took FX from MRT Shaw. It stopped at Angono City Center. About 30 km east of Manila, Angono is between Taytay and Binangonan. This is the Angono Municipal Hall. As you can tell from the sign, Angono likes to be called the “Arts Capital of the Philippines.” Muralist Botong Francisco was from Angono. The […]

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