Last August 10, Tripkada, a mobile app where travelers can join group tours, was officially launched at Boteco and BBZ Bar and Restaurant by a local travel startup, FlipTrip.
Sear Steak Scullery is another brainchild from the Red Baron Group that brought affordable steaks in a very relaxed atmosphere that is Red Baron. With the intention to bring more premium cuts of meat, Sear Steak and Scullery was established in the famous foodie hub in the metro – Banawe.
The green scenery that welcomed our group is calming and refreshing. I can hardly remember the last time I visited a farm – probably more than a decade ago already. Just imagine how excited I was when we finally arrived at Paradizoo in Mendez, Cavite.
If it’s you’re first time in the City of Pines, there are some mandatory places you should be visiting. It’s like having to see the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France and Statue of Liberty in New York, USA. For the 100% certified Baguio tourist getaway, do not forget to drop by The Mansion.
Antipolo has become one of the favorite weekend destinations because of its proximity from the Metro. Known as the Pilgrimage Capital of the Philippines, people would often flock the place for contemplative church visits. Aside from that, those who wanted to unwind from the busy city life do get a dose of some nature escape […]
Aside from its cold temperature, nature’s view is the other top reason why I would always want to visit Baguio. A park overlooking the Cordillera mountains, a quick stop at Mines View Park is definitely one of the recommended things to do when in Baguio especially for the first-time visitors.
Art has a special place in my heart. It is indeed one of the things I look forward to whenever I travel. From fabulous art museums to the unpopular streets – gazing at such creative pieces is one of my simple joys in life. But I didn’t know there’s more to just appreciating art. Not […]
Getting off our service van, a busy local market confronted us. Different stalls are parading different commodities. The cold Baguio weather is being tampered by the summer heat as we went around. My eyes instantly tried to look for the Strawberry Farm. “Where is it?”, I even asked. From one of the stalls, we saw […]
Laperal Haunted House or more popularly known as White House in Baguio has been opened to the public as a tourist attraction. We were able to visit it on a Friday the Thirteenth. This was not intentional. Probably because of too much fright we put in our heads, we just realized the date when we […]
A famous tourist destination in Baguio, Tree Top Adventure (TTA) offers exciting rides that can be a great bonding experience for the entire family and group of friends. But aside from its thrilling rides, TTA has a set of team building activity that is highly recommended for corporate squads. Together with fellow bloggers, I accepted […]
I am not among the bravest children growing up. You can’t expect me to try the most extreme rides in a theme park. But traveling has exposed to a lot of heart-pounding activities like parasailing and white water rafting. I believed my adventure barometer has already increased significantly (and is continuing steadily, yay!) Just early […]
With the cold weather, tall pine trees and the familiar long and winding road, nostalgia suddenly struck me. It was more than a decade since I last set foot in Baguio. With the scorching Manila summer heat reaching as hot as 37 degrees Celsius, fleeing to the City of Pines is a total retreat for […]
Día del Libro (World Book Day) was held last April 23, 2016 at Ayala Triangle Gardens in Makati City from 11AM to 11PM. Brought to the Philippines by Instituto Cervantes in 2006, it is a tradition that started in Spain where women and men exchange books and roses. It was my first time to attend […]
Quietly settled in Olongapo, Zambales, Subic Bay is probably one of the most popular bays in the country and is referred to as the safest and deepest bay in the whole Pacific Isle. With a view of yachts in still parade, a bayutiful stay is guaranteed at Subic Bay Yacht Club.
Tucked away in the quiet neighborhood in Marikina is a surprised treat for all the book lovers out there. The Book Museum Cum Ethnology Center houses a wide assortment of books from 221 countries (and still counting). It also preserves unique collection of artifacts from the Cordilleras, Visayas and Mindanao.
Climate change is our reality. A sad and unfortunate reality we, together with Mother Earth, are enduring and facing. And yet, if I am to scrutinize things even more, climate change is only the tip of the iceberg. Environmental issue has branched out into a number of forms that is slowly annihilating the world, our […]
Screaming at the top of my lungs while hanging in a suspended harness, I broke nature’s silence as I slide on that seemingly endless cable. Yes, it was my first time to try zipline and Treetop Adventure’s Superman ride gave me one of the most exhilarating moments in my life.
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up (Pablo Picasso)”. Some of my best childhood memories largely involve different forms of art. I am not saying I am an artist but art has definitely touched my soul in various ways ever since I was young. This […]
As the jungle gate opened, our safari jeep, filled with excited and daunting screams, slowly entered the forest. Moonlight guided us and when it looked like the wild was empty, the tigers just suddenly appeared from somewhere. I saw those glowing eyes, looking straight back to me as if asking me, “What in the world […]