B hated picking me up when I was still working at Legaspi Village in Makati City. He loved some of the restos in Greenbelt but he always found the Ayala Central Business District too crowded. Continue reading Fully Booked at Bonifacio High Street
Palawan is known for its beaches, having been chosen as one of the 33 Best Beaches in Asia (Conde Nast Traveller magazine, October 2007 issue). Aside from its beautiful beaches, Palawan is also known for the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park. Continue reading Underground River – Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
Pepato’s has just elevated “comfort food” to a new level.
“Comfort Food” is a term we use to dishes that we like to eat when we’re tired, feeling sad or iffy. Our comfort food must be consistently delicious to remind us that there really are good things in life and that there are things that we can rely on. Continue reading Pepato’s, Greenbelt 3
It’s a spectacle you should not miss! A showcase of Filipino ingenuity, San Fernando’s giant lanterns never fail to bedazzle the crowd! Watch twelve barangays battle it out with their 18-foot lanterns, each with at least 5,000 light bulbs, on December 16 (this was posted way back in 2006), Saturday, 7 p.m. at SM City Pampanga, City of San Fernando. Check out a previous entry on the festival here. Continue reading Giant Lanterns of San Fernando, Pampanga
The Boracay breeze must have frozen my brain that morning . . . or maybe it was the Jona’s watermelon shake . . . or maybe it was my desire to check out the gorgeous bodies littered along the entire beachfront all at the same time. I was rather surprised how calm I was when I decided to tempt fate and go para-sailing. I did not even think twice; well, I stopped for a moment to consider the cost. . . seems unreasonable because you go up for under fifteen minutes only…but heck, it’s not everyday that I get this chance. Continue reading Parasailing in Boracay Island
We could very well post travel logs in our own sites. Still, with a sense of community, promoting travel to and in our country is much easier and more meaningful. This is where we join our fellow Filipinos in exploring the Philippines – its beauty should be enjoyed by Filipinos. This is also a site where we invite non-Filipinos to visit the Philippines. If you love to travel (or would want to write something about why everyone should visit a place, see or do something, somewhere in the Philippines), then you’re most welcome in this collaborative site. Please feel free to share your Philippine travel logs and invite others to join the group, and, of course, visit the Philippines. Continue reading Visit Pinas: Visit the Philippines