A relatively small municipality but the richest one amongst all towns in the Philippines, also the gateway to the East is the sweet urbanized suburb of Cainta, Rizal. Let’s uncover its humble history. And unfold their rich secrets, flavor-wise and business-wise, with their savory festivities.
A charming small town in the province of Rizal has some supernatural secrets. It is the home town of two National Artists and cradle of many amazing artists. Thus, the art capital of the Philippines. It might have been the air, or the natural surroundings, that give these artists inspiration to create masterpieces. Or moreContinue reading “The Supernatural Artsy Town of Angono, Rizal”
Fresh off the grill, El Gaucho Argentinian Steakhouse, the ”Latin Flava” now in Poblacion, Makati City.
A landlocked province with a rich history and untouched natural beauty make Abra an extraordinary destination. Yet it’s so underrated and still considered as an off-the-beat attraction. And as for personal experience, it’s very elusive.
Drinking is an old age tradition here in the Philippines. Whether to cap the night off or a grand celebration, we, Filipinos drink. There’s even an old practice of coming into a community settlement while drinking and it’s the tagayan ritual in Quezon province.
Gin pomelo is probably the most popular cocktail in the Philippines. So popular a local band even turned it into an infamous song with the same title. But do we know its origin?
A city preserved somewhere in time.
Walking around Vigan is very pleasing to the eyes, its streets boast intricate architecture, plus so much history. Yet, one’s curiosity isn’t the only thing that’s filled while in Vigan city, also your stomach! I’ve dedicated this post for your tummy needs while in Vigan!
Vigan’s charm goes beyond Calle Crisologo.
Mindoro Sling is the first thing that comes to my mind whenever I hear Puerto Galera. It’s a concoction of rum, clear soda and orange juice with mango and grenadine. A drink that reminds me of an endless summer.