Whenever I hear “Pangasinan” or any province somewhere North, I get super excited about the food. They just have this special skill in cooking that, in my personal opinion, really stands out. I am from the South, so I guarantee you no bias here. I love the food from the South especially when they make it more spicy than usual.Read more
Tarlac is not really one of the most-listed go-to places for Pinoy travel enthusiasts. Mainly because except from historic Death March marks and classic museums, what else are we visiting here? Many people are not aware of how beautiful Tarlac is. And that’s why I put it in my travel bucket list for this year. Discovering places and sharing myRead more
I’ve been to Caramoan many times already (mainly because I’m from Bicol and one of my uncles live there) and I’ve witnessed the beauty of the islands there more than once and I know I’d love to visit them again and again. What makes Caramoan one of my best-loved Philippine provinces is that it never ceases to amaze me. TheRead more
I’ve been seeing numbers of resorts and vacation houses inspired and actually feels like Santorini in Greece – white and clean, blue and relaxing, infinity pools overlooking the oceans, beautiful sunrises and sunsets. A perfect vacay for the family, friends or to be honest, an ideal get-away for solo travelers as well. One of these beautiful vacay houses is theRead more
We know you deserve this, so here are 7 royal ways to reward yourself, Kings and Queens of Twin Lakes!
Full week of non-stop work, huh? Bet ‘ya yearning for a nice and comfy and restful weekend. Yep, I feel you. And I also feel you don’t want to go far from the city else you may not want to come back anymore. Haha! Same here~ Well, I know a perfect place where you can take a rest or goRead more
Here’s a secret (that is obviously not anymore, I mean omg, May, stop revealing too much about yourself): my most favorite part of island hopping are not the beaches, but even a little chance of hiking or trekking. I honestly get bored easily, so even during my “chill” vacays I still look for quick activities like a short trek toRead more
One of the less-known (or less-shared) facts about myself is that I am a Bicolana. Both my mom and dad are from Bicol and all the relatives I know are speaking Bicolano. Though I was born and raised in Manila, my heart’s home is in Bicol. Every year, I and my family are to spend at least a week withinRead more