Summer Vacation in the Philippines Part II: The Old Man and His Violin

During my stay at Liloan Southern Leyte, I met an extraordinary man. He is an old man in his 60's. He is a musician and he plays the violin but unlike the other violinists he doesn't own a Stravidarius nor a Stentor. His violin is homemade. It is made from a rod, strings, bottlecaps and a... Continue Reading →

Philippines 2014: Makati Avenue

Whenever I go to Metro Manila, I always stay at Makati Avenue Makati City because everything is accessible. From fastfood, restaurants, transportation and shopping malls (you name it). At the same time security is good here since there are police officers and security guards almost all of the time.I was here a month ago and... Continue Reading →

My Heart Goes out to the Philippines

The news about the recent catastrophy in the Philippines is heartwreching. After the strong earthquake and now this. 😦  Typhoon Haiyan has claimed the lives of circa 10000 people in Tacloban alone and caused severe damage to the city and to the nearby towns. They need our help and support. We should show them that... Continue Reading →

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