Articles about Past And Curious

Who is Gabby?
The jeepney has practically become synonymous with the Philippines, as closely associated with it as pristine beaches and wide-eyed tarsiers. It has become a cultural symbol with its loud splashes of color, intricate paintings adorning the sides, and figures of horses
They were a common sight in the city once upon a time
Commuters in Metro Manila have a lot of hopes and dreams for our current transport system (especially seeing as it leaves a lot to be desired, but that's a whole other story). And one ultimate fantasy a few might share would
They’ve been around for some time
Animal-drawn vehicles like sledges, carts, and wagons were the common means of transporting goods and services in the Philippines until the end of the Spanish period. Traders from different regions came to Manila in cattle caravans and the like. While similar
Do you remember the ‘Great Flood’ of 1972?
Like it or not, typhoons and floods are here to stay. Our country-aside from being situated in a region surrounded by earthquake faults as well as active and dormant volcanoes-sits astride a typhoon belt area that produces monsoon rains and
Do you remember these?
Current windshield stickers are used by both public and private entities to indicate that vehicles they are operating are legally allowed to use either public (national) or private (subdivision) roads. Since the 1960s, government institutions, private schools, corporations, and clubs have also
A cool story for you car addicts
The advent of the automobile brought about the publication of periodicals on the subject in 1895. This was in England and the USA. While the automobile arrived in the Philippines in 1900, motoring magazines didn't appear till later. In the meantime,
These things are adorable
Basically, practical automobiles are units that are easy to operate and maintain. Small or light cars are generally considered as the ultimate practical cars or "practicars." They have small engines that run with precision and consume less fuel and oil. Available in
We even used 'Mounties'-style uniforms and BMWs
The Philippines was turned over to the United States after Spain signed the 1898 Treaty of Paris agreement in France. As a military government was formed, the Philippine-American War started in 1899. It ended soon after General Aguinaldo was captured in
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