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ales of road grief have kept me city bound. I am one with many in trying to create a bubble—for my work, school, and family life—within a radius that doesn’t require traversing major highways. So, when an invitation to visit an artist workshop in Bulacan came about, I dilly-dallied before committing to go one Sunday morning. And to my surprise, that morning conversation with artist couple Rodel Tapaya and Marina Cruz made me wish I had my own far flung place to go home to, because life outside the city still offers an idyllic escape, surrounded by gardens and chirping birds. Rodel

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