We arrived in Dumaguete around past 10 in the morning. There’s 6 of us in this particular trip, of which two would arrive later in the afternoon. Lei and Isen was ahead of our flight, but we went altogether to the airport earlier, had some breakfast, and said
I’ve never owned an action or sports camera, and it’s been several years since this particular gadget has gone popular in the world market. Whether you’re a backpacker, traveler or a tourist, vlogger or blogger, it is almost imperative for some people to own or invest in one.
Located just a short drive from Metro Manila if you’re craving for a quick escape from the bustling of the city, CasaMaRa in Tagaytay can satisfy your rustic longings and provide you with some semblance of peace and quiet~ even if just for a weekend. What
About eight summers ago, I found myself catching a plane ride for the first time in my life. I was twenty-seven and slightly burnt-out. I was only on my second job yet was already feeling unmotivated, and I was in a relationship that I only felt half-hearted about.
Going to the beach anytime soon? DIY beach camping? Here is a helpful list of stuff to bring for your next adventure. This checklist was made by my friend Riz when we went beach-camping in Nagsasa Cove, Zambales (AND YOU CAN READ ABOUT THAT ADVENTURE HERE). COOKING EQUIPMENT 1.) Steel
Blazing Burgers is a hole-in-the-wall diner located along JP Rizal near the end of Zapote Road in Makati. Nearby landmarks would be PRC, Tides PRC and The Circuit, Makati. The best thing about Blazing Burgers, aside from it’s affordable pricepoint- is, well, it’s burgers. For those lucky enough
I’ve heard many stories and read many blogs about these certain group of islands in Zambales, and one of this is Nagsasa Cove. I was never convinced of it’s magic until I saw and experienced it for myself. Riz is a great trip organizer, so everything was all
Oh My Gulay is a themed restaurant located at the top floor at the La Azotea bldg on Session Road. It is one of Baguio City’s hidden dining gems. And yes, “gulay” is in the name because it is mainly a vegetarian restaurant. There’s a slim possibility of finding