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Found 34 results

  1. smb

    Binondo Church

    From the album: Mike Herrera Paintings

    Image courtesy of artfreaks.com member Noel L. Laxamano. He writes: "I never thought that a Mike Herrera original was hanging in our living room! Here is his rendition of everyday Filipino activities in the early 19th century in the infamous Binondo, Manila. The work is oil on canvas, measuring 30in (height) x 50in (length)..."
  2. Amazonia, 470 M.H. del Pilar St., (on the corner of Santa Monica,) Ermita, Manila. (Tel: 02 450 0126 0r 02 450 0127) The waitresses are friendly and very efficient. Not every night is a band night, though, so call first and see who is playing. The place is open 24 hours and they do a great breakfast too. (They also serve great coffee. I prefer theirs to Starbucks any day!) Update - April 25, 2006: I was in there a few days ago and they tried to charge me PHP 110 for a bottle of San Miguel Pale Pilsen (smb.) I don't mind paying a premium for a decent beer in nice surroundings but, to my mind, PHP 110 is taking the piss... Still, each to their own. Amazonia has its share of freelance girls but they are less insistent there than, say, L.A. Cafe (just across the road.) So if you just want a quiet beer and you are not too worried about the price, Amazonia might fit the bill. Updated details - Venue closed-down Update - 28/04/2019: This place has been closed for years...
  3. I love the Philippines. Filipinos are, without a doubt, some of the friendliest, most fun-loving, outgoing and easygoing people in the world. And that is quite an awesome combination! I call Manila 'home' - and PAL (Philippine Airlines) also happens to be my favourite airline. I also quite like Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)... It's nothing special in terms of modernity or facilities but checking in, Security, Immigration, Customs and all of the usual rigmarole generally work pretty smoothly. You can even get a smile out of an Immigration Officer - sometimes! Now that is saying something!! And you always get a nice welcoming chorus somewhere in the arrivals area at Christmas time. But... (Moaning Poms!!) How long will it be before Watsons realise that they do need to stock up on antacid tablets before Christmas and the New Year? (Not in the middle of January.) IE, When the demand is bound to be higher and supply chains are always severely disrupted? Or, how long before suppliers in general start to realise that essential supply chains do need to be maintained over the Christmas and New Year period? ...Or that it is actually quite a good idea to have more than two or three taxis working NAIA, the main international airport, on New Year's Day? (Not just let them all take the day off because they have hangovers from celebrating on New Year's Eve?) Funny as hell, that! When I cleared Customs at NAIA (MNL) the other day and saw the state of the queue for the official airport taxis, I managed to bluff my way past the guard who was insisting on preventing people from going upstairs to the Departures area - (where you can generally hop into an incoming, non-airport taxi that has just dropped off a departing passenger) - even though the queue for taxis at Arrivals was probably about five or six hours long... Basically, I used the momentum of my heavy suitcase to get myself onto the escalator up to the Departures level. Then, once I was safely on the escalator and moving steadily upwards, I made a big show of looking for my onward domestic ticket... By the time the guard realised what I was up to, I was already halfway up and it was too late! There was no angry exchange and there were no hard feelings. I just lamely explained to the Guard that the queue for regular taxis was ever so slightly on the unbearably long side - and we both smiled as we said goodbye!! The Philippines! I just love this place! ❤️
  4. smb

    Night View of Malate

    From the album: Manila, Philippines

    The photo was taken from a high rise condominium in Adriatico Street, Ermita, Manila - looking out towards Malate with the Manila Yacht Club and the Mall of Asia in the background.
  5. From the album: Night Photography

    A night view from a high rise building in Ermita, Manila, Philippines - looking South towards Malate, the Manila Bay Yacht Club, the Mall of Asia complex - and onward towards Ninoy Aquino Internation airport and Pasay City.
  6. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    Construction ongoing at the Nobbly Terraces - sorry(!) - La Nobleza Terrazas in Ermita, Manila - 1st July, 2017
  7. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    It's that crane again! Construction continues on La Nobleza Terrazas in Ermita, Manila. Early morning on the 1st of July, 2017
  8. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    Malate, in the City of Manila, on a lovely sunny afternoon in June 2017
  9. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    Unloading an item of heavy equipment (probably a large air-conditioning unit,) for a new high rise building in Adriatico Street, Ermita, Manila.
  10. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    I am guessing that this would be one of the air conditioning units for public spaces? (Well... the fact that it had "Carrier" written on it could be a bit of a give-away?!!)
  11. From the album: People Photography and Street Scenes

    A young Filipino boy selling flowers - together with his pet mouse! Malate, Manila - March 2005 Unfortunately, when I reduced the image file for posting on a previous version of ArtFreaks, I never thought to keep the original high resolution image file. So this particular one is not available in the print program on my portfolio at ArtWanted.com
  12. From the album: People Photography and Street Scenes

    Photo taken in Malate, Manila - March 2005 Unfortunately, when I reduced the image file for posting on a previous version of ArtFreaks, I never thought to keep the original high resolution image file. So this particular one is not available in the print program on my portfolio at ArtWanted.com
  13. Safely on the ground at NAIA T-2, my carriage from Bangkok to Manila - August 2016
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    Manila Bay and Roxas Blvd. along the Ermita/Malate shoreline. Night photo, taken from the 32nd floor of a high rise building in Ermita. You can get a high quality print of this at ArtWanted.com
  15. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    Santa Cruz in Manila, Philippines - as seen from across the Pasig River in Fort Santiago - September, 2012 If you would like to be able to download and use a high resolution (aprox 3-4Mb) file of this image, you only need to ask!
  16. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    Santa Cruz in Manila, Philippines - as seen from across the Pasig River in Fort Santiago - September, 2012 If you would like to be able to download and use a high resolution (aprox 3-4Mb) file of this image, you only need to ask!
  17. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    Santa Cruz in Manila, Philippines - as seen from across the Pasig River in Fort Santiago - September, 2012 If you would like to be able to download and use a high resolution (aprox 3-4Mb) file of this image, you only need to ask!
  18. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    Santa Cruz in Manila, Philippines - as seen from across the Pasig River in Fort Santiago - September, 2012 If you would like to be able to download and use a high resolution (aprox 3-4Mb) file of this image, you only need to ask!
  19. From the Philippine Daily Inquirer of Monday, October 24, 2005: Art Informal offers "Fundamentals of Drawing" workshops every Saturday, 2-5pm until November. Fundamentals of drawing is facilitated by Riel Hilario. The gallery is also offering "Drawing the Head and Portrait" workshops every Saturday from 9am to 12 noon, until November. Free starter kits are included in the workshop package. Please contact the gallery for details.
  20. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    Malate, City of Manila rooftops, as seen from the living room of my city residence on the 32nd floor of a condominium tower in Adriatico Street. It will not be long before I loose my view of the Bay, I think... If you would like to be able to download and use a high resolution (aprox 3-4Mb) file of this image, you only need to ask!
  21. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    Manila Yacht Club and some of the buildings in Malate, Manila - as seen from my 'room with a view!' If you would like to be able to download and use a high resolution (aprox 3-4Mb) file of this image, you only need to ask!
  22. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    Adraiatico and Pedro Gil Street, Malate, Manila - as seen from my 'room with a view!'
  23. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    Manila Bay and some of the buildings in Ermita, Manila - as seen from my 'room with a view!' If you would like to be able to download and use a high resolution (aprox 3-4Mb) file of this image, you only need to ask!
  24. From the album: Manila, Philippines

    The Hyatt Hotel and the Landbank Building in Malate, Manila - as seen from my 'room with a view!' If you would like to be able to download and use a high resolution (aprox 3-4Mb) file of this image, you only need to ask!
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