This is the Museum of the Filipino People, part of the National Museum of the Philippines. It houses artifacts and works of art chronicling the origins of the Filipino nation and highlighting the country’s diverse tapestry of people and cultures.
The museum also describes the challenges the Filipino people have managed to overcome, whether it be war or acts by Mother Nature. And a big reason the Filipino people have been able to overcome such challenges is the country’s strong sense of family.
Which is why arriving at the Museum today are six families! of four who will be Racing around the world!
To celebrate the miracle of another season of The Amazing Race mothership getting ready to run tomorrow (June 22nd)… (and because I’m still slowly trying to get caught up with my Japanese toku shows), how about another season of The Amazing Race Philippines: DryedMangoez Edition! Woohoo!
This 5th season was actually supposed to “air” immediately after the successful “Ring of Fire” season 4 last month, but it was delayed even though it was all ready to go. So, here it is!
To recap where the franchise is right now, TARPH has begun flying to the non-visa free countries. In other words, any country in the world is fair game for TARPH to Race to, regardless of visa and logistic concerns. Yay!
As always, any TARPH season will be “borrowing” tasks from any other TAR franchise that may have visited certain locations. But of course, it’ll be fresh and new for Filipino audiences (and any international TAR fan that will be able to actually watch the show… hopefully with complete, official TV5 HD YouTube uploads *crossesfingers*) And of course, I started doing this to maybe encourage TV5 that yes, The Amazing Race Philippines traveling outside the Philippines can be possible. 😀
So without further ado, here’s Season 5 of The Amazing Race Philippines: DryedMangoez Edition… a Family Edition! Edition. Yes! Continue reading →