Tuesday, October 8, 2019

SURVIVING INDOCHINA: 10D/10N Travel Diary and Expenses

I went with three of my friends on an Indochina trip last August 2018, it was a 10 days/10 nights trip from Manila to Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. Here is our PHP 27,000.00 (minus the airfare) travel diary and guide, for the complete travel itinerary, you may visit my other blog entry HERE.









SURVIVING INDOCHINA: 10D/10N Travel Itinerary

10 Days and 10 Nights. 4 Cities in 3 Countries. Unlimited Fun. Countless Memories.

What are the things and places you could visit in 10 days in the Indochina trail from Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam, Phnom Penh and Seam Reap in Cambodia and Bangkok in Thailand.

Here is the detailed travel itinerary of our Indochina trip, for the complete travel guide and expenses, please click HERE.










Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Shake Shack BGC Experience

Four months after it officially opened its first store in the Philippines last May 10, 2019, I finally tried Shake Shack when my friends agreed to accompany me in BGC.






Saturday, June 15, 2019

Where to Eat in BULACAN: Highly Recommended Restaurants with Branches in Bulacan

There's no business like the food business.

Aside from the growing numbers of homegrown restaurants and cafes in Bulacan, known and established food businesses started to enter the local food scene in the province in recent years.



Thursday, May 23, 2019

Best Day Trip Adventures Near Metro Manila

There are times we have to break our daily routine to forget about the work stress and escape the fast-paced city life. We need a change of environment, even just for a while, to loosen up and regain back our strength. 

If you need a quick getaway full of fun and adventure, here are some of the awesome day trips you could explore with your friends and family near Metro Manila.




Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Visita Iglesia: Bulacan Churches

Bulacan is home to century-old churches which provide a great contribution to the historical and cultural heritage of the Philippines. Even though some churches were damaged by an earthquake, burnt by the country's conqueror or destroyed by fire, the churches were rebuilt and renovated to its present state and beauty.







Here is the list of Bulacan Churches you may visit during your Visita Iglesia this Holy Week.



Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Where to EAT in BULACAN: Highly Recommended Homegrown Restaurants in Bulacan

Restaurants and cafes are sprouting like mushrooms in the recent years in the province of Bulacan most especially in Malolos, the province's capital city.

Each restaurant provides a great dining experience with its exceptional menu offerings to satisfy your food cravings. 

Here is a list of Bulacan's highly recommended homegrown restaurants based on my personal experience.




Thursday, February 21, 2019

Coffee Date in BULACAN: Highly Recommended Homegrown Cafes in Bulacan

Cafes and restaurants are sprouting like mushrooms in the recent years in the province of Bulacan most especially in Malolos, the province's capital city.

Coffee shops became a popular venue for business meetings, quick get together with family/friends or some alone time studying for school, watching movies/series or listening to music while sipping your favorite drink.

Each cafe has its own well-crafted menu from their signature coffees, ice blended beverages, cookies, cakes, salads and sandwiches, pasta dishes and some are even offering rice meals to attract more customers and create loyal ones.

Here is a list of Bulacan's highly recommended homegrown cafes based on my personal experience.

Sunday, December 24, 2017

Casa Tetangco: Calumpit's Christmas Museum

An ancestral house in Bulacan is now the center of attraction in Calumpit because of the Christmas decor display. Casa Tetangco was renovated and first open it's door to the public in 2015 thru the efforts of Father Von, the youngest son of the Tetangcos.

The Christmas museum showcases colorful Christmas trees, giant Santa Clauses and Christmas villages. Other items include memorabilia of Father Von from his travels around the world like Starbucks mugs, mechanical displays, Coca-cola and M&M's toys.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

We Have The Most Fun: Pahiyas Festival 2016 on Video

Pahiyas is a thanksgiving festival for the bountiful harvest and to honor the patron saint of the farmers - San Isidro Labrador. This is one of the most colorful festival in the Philippines which is being celebrated every 15th of May in Lucban, Quezon. It showcases houses decorated with colorful kiping (leaf-shaped wafers made from rice) with palay, fruits, vegetable and plants. Every year, the Pahiyas route changes to give way for other household to participate in decorating their houses.