Baguio City considered as the country’s “summer capital”, due to its cold weather all year round. Filipino’s love to visit this city every summer just so they can escape the summer’s heat. 1. La Trinidad Strawberry Farm Baguio City’s cold weather makes it a great location to grow and plant strawberries. This is the city’s… Read More in Places to visit in Baguio City
Panagbenga Festival is a month-long celebration in Baguio City. Celebrated annually every February, it means “season of blooming”. It is dedicated to the city’s flowers and as a symbol for the city’s rising from the Earthquake that devastated Luzon back in 1990. Parade of floats decorated with flowers along with street dancers are scheduled to… Read More in Baguio City’s Panagbenga Festival 2014
After your meal at Seafood Island you should not miss a perfect dessert and try their Fried Ice Cream. A creamy vanilla ice cream, crusted with a secret recipe and topped with chocolate syrup. A very special treat and a “must-try” . Try it today at any Seafood Island branch.
Flying has always been depicted as freedom. May it be a flying bird, butterfly, wings or even a man made thing that flies. The first thing that comes in our mind when we see something that flies. Perhaps it’s freedom from gravity. Gravity has always been seen as something that limits us from what it… Read More in Against Gravity
That moment when you just have to take off your sunglasses to see the beauty of the world right before your eyes. Looking at the world without disparity, at its actual colors and letting it all sink in.
Dahican is a beautiful beach resort in Mati, Davao Oriental. Peaceful, unexploited and not crowded, the perfect place to unwind and have fun. The beach has fine white sand and a long shoreline. It has become popular for skim boarding and surfing. Skim boards and surf boards can be rented on the resort and even… Read More in Dahican Beach Resort
From Davao City you can get to Isla Reta, Talikud Island by riding a small boat. You can locate the boat going there at Sta. Ana Wharf . There is only one trip in a day and it is scheduled to leave at 10:00 am from Sta. Ana Wharf. It would take about 1 hour… Read More in Unveiling Talikud Island: Isla Reta Beach Resort
Middle Eastern Dishes or even Mediterranean Foods are rich in spices. They give off strong flavors that are well blended with one another. Filipino’s does not usually visit Middle Eastern/Mediterranean restaurants , except if they crave a dish they have tasted before, if they are Muslims and want to be sure that what they eat… Read More in A Taste of the Middle East
Davao is a city in Mindanao and truly it is the safest city in the Philippines. Davao is known for its good tasting fruit called durian, hospitable people and good governance by the mayor. Davao follows strict rules on liquor ban, proper smoking and fireworks. Citizens here are hospitable to everyone and most of them… Read More in Guide To The Safest City in the Philippines: Davao City
A big and bulky burger, good for 8 persons. The beef patty has an amazing American taste. Complete with lettuce, onions, tomatoes, pickles, cheese and sauce. Rating: 10 Location: Outback Grill ALL RATING’S ARE BASED ON THE OPINION OF THE AUTHOR. THE SCALE OF THE RATING IS FROM 1 TO 10. 10 BEING THE BEST… Read More in The Goliath Burger
Linguine in Pesto Sauce with Parm-Crusted Chicken A beautiful combination of chicken which comes with white sauce, composed of white chocolate and cream. A little bit sweet and creamy to go along with your pasta. Rating : 8.7 Frey Milk Chocobloc Marbled Crepe Crepe with melted Frey chocolate filling, with mangoes and a chocolate on… Read More in Maitre Chocolatier Boutique Cafe
Illuminated…. Please take me away, somewhere far away. I seek happiness and it is far from here…. I see hope in this light and I am ready to go…
Lechon Kawali with Pakbet Location: Gerry’s Grill Rating: 7.1 Grilled Chicken with Chopsuey Location : Gerry’s Grill Rating : 6.5 All Rating’s are based on the opinion of the author. The scale of the rating is from 1 to 10. 10 being the best and 1 means poor. Criteria of rating ; taste .
History Before the Mount Vulcan erupted in 1871, this area surrounding the large cross used to be a cemetery. After the eruption there were several earthquakes in the area and the lava was still continuously flowing in the sea, which resulted to some parts of the island to submerge to the sea including this area…. Read More in Sunken Cementery of Camiguin Island
Swimming in a glistering sea. Guided by the bright light and I said “take me away”. They’ll tell you that you can never swim with stars, and I’ll tell you ” Maybe we can, in a different way.” These photo did not undergo any filters or photoshop, and it doesn’t have to. I am the… Read More in Heading Somewhere Along with the Stars
The beauty of nature can not be found within these city walls. It is somewhere there in the wild, seldom explored. But perhaps it is better this way, that she hides her beauty from us. Far from our reach, far from the city noise, smokes and trash. So that we could not destroy her. She… Read More in Nature Hides Her Beauty
I am not sure if it’s just me, but there is something about the window in this photo that makes me want to be inside the photo and sit beside the window, look outside it and just stare and stay forever. The serenity, the beauty of simplicity. A simple life in a simple house. Maybe… Read More in Portal
This is an aerial shot of Singapore that I took while riding a cable car in Sentosa, Singapore. Photo taken late in the afternoon. While in Sentosa, why not ride a cable car and get an aerial view of the city and on the other side of the ride you get to have a free… Read More in Singapore’s View From Above
As the sun rises up, it’s a symbol for another day. Another gift, chance, hardship, surprise and blessing. It may be a different description for every different person. But it’s the same sun that rises up and tells us that we have survived yesterday so let’s do our best today. Although the fisherman may have… Read More in Fisherman’s Sunrise