September 2010

We eally dig this pedestrian shopping street just south of the Forbidden city! It’s got so much more character than Beijing’s other shopping street Wang Fu Jing. Love the recreated old architecture and actually had to take a 2nd look which were the originals and recreations!

Now, could we do this in Manila?


The 120-year old all-steel church of San Sebastian is in slowly rusting itself too death. And want to do our bit so this architectural jewel will survive another century! Join as as on this special walk as we explore the history, the architecture and pressing challenges that is eating up (literally!) this engineering marvel. Together with steel conservationist Tina Paterno, we'll climb where no parishioners have climbed before as we explore every nook and cranny of the San Sebastican Basilica!

Rate: P1,000.00/head (inclusive of tour and merienda)

When: Saturday, September 25, 2010 at 2:30 PM

Meet at the San Sebastian Church steps, Bilibid Viejo Street, Quiapo, Manila.

* All the proceeds of this tour will be donated to the San Sebastian restoration program
* As there a load limits with certain parts of the church that we'll be visiting, slots are will be limited. Reservations required.