Anna has sent her photo from Markikina. As you know that Marikina City is one of the ten cities and seven municipalities comprising the Metro Manila area (National Capital Region). It is approximately 16 kilometers east of the city of Manila passing through Quezon City and the Municipality of San Juan. It is bounded on the east by the City of Antipolo. On the north, by San Mateo, Rizal. On the west, by Quezon City. And on the south, by Pasig City and Cainta Rizal. It has a leveled terrain with only a portion mildly sloping. Anna does the job of nurse in a Medical Center located at Bgy. Anna is beautiful sincere and friends loving girl. She always tries to keep her friends happy in anyway. Anna has made promise that she will soon send some more photos of her.
Well readers this photo is of Kristine. Kristine belongs to Malabon city and studying in Arellano University Elisa Esguerra Campus. Kristine shares a little introduction of her city that Malabon is a first-class urban city located at the northern portion of Metro Manila, the Philippine National Capital Region found in the island of Luzon. The city is part of a de facto sub-region in metro Manila called CAMANAVA. It comprises of the cities of Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, and Valenzuela. Bordering Malabon is Caloocan City to the south and east, Navotas city to the west, Valenzuela to the north, and the municipality of Obando in the province of Bulacan to the northwest.
Thank you so much Kristine for your contribution. Friends you can also send your photo easily through our contact form.
Kimberly Adrian belongs to Caloocan. She is high school student and sent her photo through our contact form. Kimberly says that she loves her country too much and prides to be a Philippine. She writes in her email that hundreds of years of history have shaped the Philippines into what it is today, a melting pot of cultures from European, Asian and North American cultures. If history is what you are after, then you will discover a vast number of historic locations you can visit on many the Paradise Philippines islands, from the walled city of Intramuros in Old Manila built by the conquering Spaniards in the 16th century, to the Rice Terraces of Banaue built thousands of years ago by the indigenous natives of the cordillera, and to the more recent ruins of Corregidor which served as fort for the American troops during World War II.
Here is photo of cover girl of Seventeen Magazine. This snap captured on crazy party of Roxy Summer Splash event. On that event some big names also performed with local bands like Altered Frequency, One Buck Short, Frequency Canon, Bittersweet And Pop Shuvit.
Mariel John belongs to Manila. She is student of post graduation. In the photo she is standing in Cherry Blossoms Hotel Manila. She tells that Cherry Blossoms Hotel is located in most attractive and busy area of Manila. The Robinson’s Place Ermita right behind the hotel and the country’s largest mall, the SM Mall of Asia, proud owner of the country’s only IMAX 3D theatre and Asia’s only Olympic-sized ice skating rink, along Diosdado Macapagal Avenue, a few minutes from the hotel. Around the hotel you can find best shopping centers of the city. Well Mariel thanks for your contribution, we would really like to see you again.