Filipina abroad PA Escalante shares about her life in the picturesque city that’s the home of the United Nations. She says, “Geneva is a beautiful place. One could fall in love with the city immediately or wake up one day loving it and missing it.” Filipino Geneva: My Pinoy Life. #illustradomagazine #teamillustrado #taasnoofilipino
Staring at old photos of Manila must have had this effect on me. I have been day dreaming, imagining myself walking down the streets of Manila during its glory days, trying to feel how it was like to walk down a charmingly glorious city that was the envy of other cities in South East Asia.
MY PINOY LIFE IN PARIS By Uno Rodriguez – I moved to Europe in 2010. I first stayed with my relatives in Antwerp, Belgium and after a year, I moved to Paris. I moved to Europe because at one point in my life, I asked myself about where I see myself growing old.
Santiago is known for its unique landscape as it is located between the Andes and the Pacific. Imagine driving two hours up north and you will be 12,040 feet above sea level in Valley Nevado, a ski resort within the breathtaking Andes Mountain. Filipino travelers Chino and Kylene Batin takes us to the charming capital of Chile. Filipino Chile –
My Pinoy Life in Frankfurt, Germany. Know more about Phil Adi Zufall- half Filipino, half German as he shares how it is to live and work in Frankfurt Germany. “Im half German , half shepherd but I only bark in Bisaya.” #illustradomagazine #taasnoofilipino
Teen Filipina Terisha May Marquez moved from the Philippines to the United States with her family when she was just a year old. Read it here as May shares how it is to grow up and live in Daly City, California and talks about the Filipino community there. Filipino Daly City
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