For Thanksgiving Day I treated myself and Justin to lunch at Patio Vera Restobar. I had found this interesting place online several months ago and have been wanting to check it out. We... Read More
From here you can explore Ed's many interests, his 40-year career in horticulture, see examples of his photography, website, gardening skills and knowledge. His horticulture career has taken him across the country and his military service took him to Thailand and Southeast Asia. His fascination with Asian culture and countries is reflected in his home's interior furnishings and accessories. Ed's family history and genealogy is included in the site.
“The latest about my amazing retirement adventures.”
It has been one year this August since I sold my home in Jessup, Maryland, loaded the sea container with household goods and boarded the plane at Ronald Reagan National Airport, Washington DC with Mark to fly to Manila. It was about a 24-hour trip. I remember arriving in flooded Manila from the previous week’s monsoon rains. We just went through 6 days of rain this August. Lots of flooding again in low areas of Manila. Well, its all part of living in the Philippines.
Latest from Ed's Rambling Adventures
My first trip to Manila Seedling Bank was in October or November 2013 before I moved to Antipolo. I had researched horticultural suppliers and nurseries before I even moved to the Philippines so... Read More
After leaving President Ramon Magsaysay Ancestral Home in Castillejos we headed to the Zambales coast to look for a nice beach front resort. We had researched Rama International Resort so we stopped to... Read More
I have pasted President Magsaysay’s Home many times traveling between San Antonio and Olongapo. I have been wanted to see the inside for over a year so we stopped Sunday morning after leaving... Read More