Over the long weekend, I booked a trip to Cagayan de Oro to meet up with a friend. We scheduled a two-day escapade to the beautiful province of Surigao del … Continue reading VIDEO: Travel to Surigao del Sur, Philippines
It’s becoming a tradition to shoot before your birthday. How long are we keeping this up? “I’m 21. Any advice?” I don’t think I’m fit to give life advices at … Continue reading Being Twenty One
“I know there is a terrible distance between us. But our bodies are made of celestial light, and we are hurtling through space and time, towards the most beautiful collision.”
“Chill and HOOQ up.” It just makes so much more sense. I now declare that as a thing. Now the question is, what non-sappy, non-romantic, non-dramatic flick can we watch on HOOQ that doesn’t look like we’re trying so hard but at the same time has its share of hand-holding thrills?
Located at the Maginhawa of the south, Aguirre Avenue, Kantōri Yakitori delivers the promise of the pull and satisfies. It’s simple: affordable and delicious, grilled Japanese food and craft beverages, and a venue fitting for either family time or after-hours hangout.
If you’re looking for a quick get away, a road trip up north to check out the beautiful Nagsasa Cove in Zambales, Philippines would be your best bet. We took … Continue reading Travel Diary: Nagsasa Cove, Zambales
Whoa, what happened to the year?! It’s December already?! This year couldn’t have gone any better, despite the little fall backs in the “2014 plan”. But then this post isn’t really for … Continue reading Hello, December!
Yesterday, I was told by some of my blogger friends that they had a video of me from my pageant days. “Oh gosh, I probably said something stupid. Please don’t … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Crowning Glory
Capping off my list of festivals for 2014 was my very first Masskara Festival in Bacolod, Negros Occidental. I flew in for work last October 17, 2014 to celebrate one of … Continue reading TRAVEL DIARY: Bacolod Masskara 2014 (Part 1)
When Amy Besa welcomed us to their quaint ancestral home in Malate, it didn’t feel as if we had made reservations to dine. It felt more like a legitimate house … Continue reading Purple Yam: Philippine Cuisine Reimagined
I decided to cap off my Cebu visit with a quick stop-over in one of the city’s most luxurious resorts. Read about it and check out photos of Movenpick’s Ibiza here!
On your way up to Tagaytay or heading back down to Manila? Rekados is the hidden gem of Spanish, Filipino, Italian dining you’ll meet halfway and will definitely not want to miss!