Author Archives: Carlo Villarica

About Carlo Villarica

I build stuff, make music, write and edit articles, take pictures and sit in coffee shops. ← Older posts

We’re Gone! Goodbye!

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Ok… We won’t be gone forever. It’s just our obligatory Holy Week break. So just like last time, we’re going to be taking a little vacay from the daily grind and get lost to a land far far away. In the meantime, …

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Here’s How to Get Free Stuff

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We’re going to teach you how to get free stuff. What kind of free stuff? Think food, clothes, cosmetics and maybe an airline ticket or two. All for free. Interested? There’s this thing that good companies do. They aim to give the best customer …

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30 Random Beautiful Photographs From Filipinos

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Last week, we posted asking you who your favorite local photographers were. You gave us PLENTY of suggestions.  We combined all the emails, Instagram replies and comments from the blog. There were over thirty suggested photographers! We checked them out and …

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Who Are Your Favorite Local Photographers?

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Astute readers might notice that we like good photography in ZeroThreeTwo. One of our favorite events to photograph is Miss Cebu. If you’ve been following us for a while, you’ll notice we’ve covered almost every Miss Cebu as far back as 2011 (we skipped 2013 …

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A Rant About Skateboarding in Cebu

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You’ve seen them at night. In dimly lit corners of the city, slowly cruising along. Skaters. What you may not know is that Cebu has become home to one of the biggest skate cultures in the Philippines. It’s a culture unappreciated by many …

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How to Avoid the Crowd in Boracay and a Bajillion Other Tips

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It’s too crowded in Boracay. We’ve heard that a lot. It’s true that Boracay is incredibly commercialized, a tourist trap and increasingly full of people. But we still keep coming back. The trick is to hang out in places without a huge crowd, …

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Eskina Aftermath and Other Announcements

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Whew! I’m typing this just as we finished our little stint in the Eskina: Food and Lifestyle Expo. It was a long yet enjoyable three days. Frankly, we miss this. We saw plenty of familiar faces, checked out our favorite local brands, …

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Missed Sinulog 2014? Here’s What You Didn’t See

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Who took a break for Sinulog this year? We did! – Well kinda… we got to experience Sinulog right in the palm of our hands through Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. For those who don’t know what Sinulog is, it’s a …

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Miss Cebu 2014 the Backstage Edition

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By now, you’ve seen what happens under the bright lights at Miss Cebu 2014. You already know who the winner is and have already seen the reactions. Here’s something different.  This is what happens behind the curtain and into the …

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10 People on Instagram Worth Following

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One of my favorite social networks is Instagram. Believe it or not, Instagram has more than just filtered photos of food. Of course, who am I to talk? Eighty percent of what @032cebu posts are delicious tender loving gobs of food. *Yum* …

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