Ok ok this time we didn’t go out of town and we just did a chill route over the ones most interesting and familiar to us. It’s awesome to find these gems that people kinda take for granted (meaning it’s a normal structure we go worship in and it’s always there so you lose some of the magic of the place because we’re so used to it). Four architects deciding which church to go to made it quite easy to decide where next (and hard to leave the place).
Also because of that one church where we had this awesome balut. Sorry for taking the back seat this time, Parish of the Holy Sacrifice.
One photo I wish I took: the Santo Domingo Church. The arrangement they did for Visita Iglesia was divine. I loved the colors and that it displayed hints of Egypt. It just works. The lighting was awesome as well. I think I can get my brother to send me his picture of it.
So yeah! We finished seven churches at about 12. We didn’t even look at the time. Going home, we’d always talk about how we’d go walking to these churches next time. You know where you can do that? Manila/Bindondo/U-Belt area. Start from UST: GO!
It’s that feeling when you go to somewhere new and look at it for the first time. I wish we all had a restart button for these kinds of things.