My favorite experience in our Baguio travels happened not in this city we call the Philippine summer capital but in an adjacent town of Benguet. If you are familiar with these places, then y… Read More
Have you ever seen bats inside a church? I’m not talking about the darkened or hidden nooks but out in the open — on the ceilings and walls where you can easily spot them. I saw… Read More
It’s 12:05 am and the first day of September as I write this. I’m suffering from a stuffed nose, no a stuffed nostril. Which is quite worse, btw. My thoughts are morbid. My life… Read More
Every morning for five days a week, I plunge into the stressful early morning rush of preparing my children for school immediately after waking up. I cook breakfast and pack lunches, lay out… Read More
A gift of luck from Julie Roberts’ Home of the Lucky Clovers co-owner Robert Tan. Photo does not look half as good as the real thing. Those who say that 2013 is going to be bad for tho… Read More
Ever wonder by how much prices of agricultural products go up in a year’s time in Cebu? Not that much between January 2012 and January 2013, if we are to believe monitoring records of… Read More
Performers from Alang-Alang, Leyte practice with their props a few days before the 2013 Sinulog Grand Parade. First place winners in the 2013 Sinulog Grand Parade are Tribu Lingganay of Alan… Read More
Creme brulee and tiramisu at Quest Hotel’s Puso Bistro and Bar My new favorite créme brûlèe, that dessert made of custard and caramel, is now this one at Puso Bistr… Read More
Even as we viewed her from the ruins of Cagsawa, a town she devastated in the early 19th century, nothing reminded us more of Mt. Mayon’s destructive wrath than the story shared b… Read More
This heritage inn called Travel Bee is one of the newer accommodation facilities in Dapitan City. It has big and clean rooms that come at affordable rates. Its claim to heritage arises from… Read More
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