Philippines, being under the Spanish colony for more than 300 years makes me want to witness how much of their culture did they really pass on to my beloved country. That's why, if I were given a chance to travel abroad for just one night, I'd most probably go to Spain. Twenty hours in a foreign land maybe pretty short, and may seem like I won't be able to do tons of stuff there, but if it happens (hopefully, and hopefully to stay there longer than a day) I have a mini check list that I would most likely want to do while I stay there!
1.) To see the majestic buildings and churches that have been standing still for centuries
2.) To have a glimpse of their culture and how they preserve it. Like taste their food, take pictures of historical sites and to have a glimpse of their everyday lives
Cotton On maxi skirt (used as dress), Stradivarius denim jacket, Charles and Keith Heels, Zara bag and necklace, Aldo sunnies
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, by Alethea Miralles