Conquer the Spanish Colonial Era Churches in South Cebu Conquer the Spanish Colonial Era Churches in South Cebu After my successful Visita Iglesia in Cebu City last 2011 and 2013, I aimed to conquer the Spanish colonial era churches in South Cebu. When I told my officemates about my plan for this year’s Holy Week, they thought that I was joking because I got no car, and those churches are very far. But I kept my fingers cross to make it happen, AND I DID! Oslob Church : Church of the Nuestra Senora de la… View On WordPress

Conquer the Spanish Colonial Era Churches in South Cebu

Conquer the Spanish Colonial Era Churches in South Cebu

After my successful Visita Iglesia in Cebu City last 2011 and 2013, I aimed to conquer the Spanish colonial era churches in South Cebu. When I told my officemates about my plan for this year’s Holy Week, they thought that I was joking because I got no car, and those churches are very far. But I kept my fingers cross to make it happen, AND I DID!

Oslob Church : Church of the Nuestra Senora de la…

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Baguio City | A-Twelve-Hour-Strolling at The City of Pines Baguio City | A-Twelve-Hour-Strolling at The City of Pines Summer Capital of the country…City of Pines…City of Flowers…these are some of the common names of the famous Baguio City. They said, Baguio is the most favorite city in the country, maybe because of the cold weather, but I say, I like Baguio because of their Strawberries. WHERE TO STAY I am a cost-conscious traveler, so I always choose Inns rather than hotels. But when I arrived in Baguio,… View On WordPress

Baguio City | A-Twelve-Hour-Strolling at The City of Pines

Baguio City | A-Twelve-Hour-Strolling at The City of Pines

Summer Capital of the country…City of Pines…City of Flowers…these are some of the common names of the famous Baguio City. They said, Baguio is the most favorite city in the country, maybe because of the cold weather, but I say, I like Baguio because of their Strawberries.

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WHERE TO STAY

I am a cost-conscious traveler, so I always choose Inns rather than hotels. But when I arrived in Baguio,…

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The Face of a Modern Asian Woman The Face of a Modern Asian Woman For once, I need to blog this one, though my blog is more on my getaways, but I can’t help myself not to post this trend, the result of the Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 2. Up until now, I can’t still move on …Just Compare and Contrast which is which and decide who should be the REAL ASIA’S NEXT TOP MODEL! Let’s disregard from which country they are from. Just so you know, I am no expert. I am just… View On WordPress

The Face of a Modern Asian Woman

The Face of a Modern Asian Woman

For once, I need to blog this one, though my blog is more on my getaways, but I can’t help myself not to post this trend, the result of the Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 2.

Up until now, I can’t still move on …Just Compare and Contrast which is which and decide who should be the REAL ASIA’S NEXT TOP MODEL! Let’s disregard from which country they are from.

Just so you know, I am no expert. I am just…

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Cebu City versus Davao City : A Compare and Contrast Approach Cebu City versus Davao City : A Compare and Contrast Approach For the past years, I’ve been writing about my getaways, and I think, it’s my time to compare and contrast these two over-the-top cities, Cebu (The Queen City of the South) and Davao (The Land of Promise). Well, I don’t declare here that I know either cities through and through, but then again, blogging is another way to express my thoughts and feelings. So among the 7,107 islands in the… View On WordPress

Cebu City versus Davao City : A Compare and Contrast Approach

Cebu City versus Davao City : A Compare and Contrast Approach

For the past years, I’ve been writing about my getaways, and I think, it’s my time to compare and contrast these two over-the-top cities, Cebu (The Queen City of the South) and Davao (The Land of Promise). Well, I don’t declare here that I know either cities through and through, but then again, blogging is another way to express my thoughts and feelings.

So among the 7,107 islands in the…

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The Primitive Sagada Tour (Part 2) The Primitive Sagada Tour (Part 2) After a short visit to one of the sites of the Hanging Coffins in Sagada, we continued our trek, and I was so excited because our next destination is their quintessential Underground River. During our trek, we saw the Wise man’s  House at the top of the mountain. The Wiseman’s House Then after a thirty minute trek to a slippery slope, we’ve reached the Underground River , and I was disappointed… View On WordPress

The Primitive Sagada Tour (Part 2)

The Primitive Sagada Tour (Part 2)

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After a short visit to one of the sites of the Hanging Coffins in Sagada, we continued our trek, and I was so excited because our next destination is their quintessential Underground River. During our trek, we saw the Wise man’s  House at the top of the mountain. 1972353_10201509068908519_1719790684_n

The Wiseman’s House

Then after a thirty minute trek to a slippery slope, we’ve reached the Underground River , and I was disappointed…

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Negros| Panaad Festival 2014 – Schedule of Activities Negros| Panaad Festival 2014 – Schedule of Activities The Panaad sa Negros Festival, also called the Panaad Festival, is a festival held annually during the month of April in Bacolod City, the capital of Negros Occidental province in the Philippines. Panaad is the Hiligaynon word for “vow” or “promise”; the festival is a form of thanksgiving to Divine Providence and commemoration of a vow in exchange for a good life. The celebration is held at the… View On WordPress

Negros| Panaad Festival 2014 – Schedule of Activities

Negros| Panaad Festival 2014 – Schedule of Activities

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The Panaad sa Negros Festival, also called the Panaad Festival, is a festival held annually during the month of April in Bacolod City, the capital of Negros Occidental province in the Philippines. Panaad is the Hiligaynon word for “vow” or “promise”; the festival is a form of thanksgiving to Divine Providence and commemoration of a vow in exchange for a good life. The celebration is held at the…

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Baguio | Panaad Festival 2014 – Schedule of Activities Baguio | Panaad Festival 2014 – Schedule of Activities The Panaad sa Negros Festival, also called the Panaad Festival, is a festival held annually during the month of April in Bacolod City, the capital of Negros Occidental province in the Philippines. Panaad is the Hiligaynon word for “vow” or “promise”; the festival is a form of thanksgiving to Divine Providence and commemoration of a vow in exchange for a good life. The celebration is held at the… View On WordPress

Baguio | Panaad Festival 2014 – Schedule of Activities

Baguio | Panaad Festival 2014 – Schedule of Activities

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The Panaad sa Negros Festival, also called the Panaad Festival, is a festival held annually during the month of April in Bacolod City, the capital of Negros Occidental province in the Philippines. Panaad is the Hiligaynon word for “vow” or “promise”; the festival is a form of thanksgiving to Divine Providence and commemoration of a vow in exchange for a good life. The celebration is held at the…

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And I am already drunk. Damn, I love Dumaguete!
Which one is delicious?
I am a Filipino and I am not Mad when you said “I’d Rather Go Hungry Than Eat Filipino Food Again” I am a Filipino and I am not Mad when you said “I’d Rather Go Hungry Than Eat Filipino Food Again” Alright, alright. It’s been a week already that the blog post which entitled “I Would Rather Go Hungry Than Eat Filipino Street Food Again!” by Agness Walewinder, a Polish traveler and a food enthusiast, has aggravated many Filipino Nitizens.  Should I include myself? Hmmp, actually, I am not. Let me evaluate then her post. First hand experience…check! Freedom of Speech…check! POV as a Blogger and… View On WordPress

I am a Filipino and I am not Mad when you said “I’d Rather Go Hungry Than Eat Filipino Food Again”

I am a Filipino and I am not Mad when you said “I’d Rather Go Hungry Than Eat Filipino Food Again”

Alright, alright. It’s been a week already that the blog post which entitled “I Would Rather Go Hungry Than Eat Filipino Street Food Again!” by Agness Walewinder, a Polish traveler and a food enthusiast, has aggravated many Filipino Nitizens.  Should I include myself? Hmmp, actually, I am not.

Let me evaluate then her post.

First hand experience…check!
Freedom of Speech…check!
POV as a Blogger and…

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Ten Reasons Why I Love Davao City Ten Reasons Why I Love Davao City When Travelers, either Foreigners or Filipinos, would ask me my favorite place, I always say DAVAO. Have you been to Davao City? Well, if you haven’t gone yet to Davao City, that’s predictable, since there are several countries have issued travel advisories against Mindanao and sadly, Davao City is in Mindanao. But why do I love Davao City so much? Well, let me count the ways: 1. VERY SAFE Photo… View On WordPress

Ten Reasons Why I Love Davao City

Ten Reasons Why I Love Davao City

When Travelers, either Foreigners or Filipinos, would ask me my favorite place, I always say DAVAO.

Have you been to Davao City? Well, if you haven’t gone yet to Davao City, that’s predictable, since there are several countries have issued travel advisories against Mindanao and sadly, Davao City is in Mindanao.

But why do I love Davao City so much? Well, let me count the ways:

1. VERY SAFE

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Dahil malamig any panahon… :-)
Summer time…and hello Sexy Boys!!!
What a beautiful Intosan Resort and Waterpark. :-)
Drum roll please…after two years, nagka GOODIES din ako. I wasn’t expecting this reward. Oh diba, kala mo naman kotse ang natanggap kasi nag ingay na naman ako sa news feed. Well, kahit biscuit lng to, unlike sa ibang CC na ang bongga ng goodies nila pag they were able to meet their weekly metric, but I am so happy, san ka ba makakita ngayon ng free biscuit?