One liter of light at a time. Growing up in Rizal province, I’ve heard legends about the town of Rodriguez, formerly Montalban, which is said to be a Spanish contraction of the words, “Monte Alba” or “white mountain.” These tales were about Bernardo Carpio and the town’s limestone mountains. One of the well-known versions of … Continue reading Bridging the Energy Gap: Sitio Anipa, San Rafael, Rodriguez, Rizal
Have you ever thought of how is it to be like an Agila? And to fly over the 7000 plus beautiful islands of the Philippines. Guess what? You can at the Enchanted Kingdom! Agila: The EKsperience is the newest addition to the fun and exciting activities we all love at the Enchanted Kingdom. This EKsperience … Continue reading The Agila EKsperience at the Enchanted Kingdom
Mountain climbing is not my favourite activity, however, this event is bigger than my fear.
October seventh is the feast day of the Our Lady of the Rosary, a special day for rosary devotees, like the Escuderos.
More than just meditation and exercise, it´s finding your path to bliss as a way of life. Got an invite to witness a celebration of self-realization as yogis celebrate the International Day of Yoga on 21st of June 2017, and enlightenment came in handy. I´ve always thought of doing meditation and yoga then I came … Continue reading Yoga: Finding your path of bliss
Started from a search of one’s spiritually and founded not just her passion but also the gold in chocolates. Back in 2010, during a difficult time Ms. Jackie Go was in pursuit of her higher being and at the same time was prospecting for the best cacao in the country. All along Ms. Nieva Cornejo … Continue reading As GOOD as GOLD, Auro Chocolate
Highlights of Madrid Fusión Manila 2017 Regional Lunches. I´ve heard of this foodie event back in 2015, since I was working at a company, wherein my boss was also a business partner of the company who handled the first Madrid Fusión Manila yet I didn´t go. But this year I had a chance to go, thanks to gastronomybyjoy and experienced … Continue reading Three Years, Three Cheers: Regional Lunches of Madrid Fusión Manila in Photos
¨Manila had been slowly moving toward the direction of culinary exposure as being the ‘it’ destination for food. - Chef José Luis "Chele" González
Quezon province has been at the forefront of culinary tourism from way back early 2000. Since then, it has grown so much and, this event is an invitation to come cook and dine in the province this summer. The Tourism Organization of Quezon Province Philippines, Inc. (TOQPPI) together with Department of Tourism and local government … Continue reading Flavourful Heritage of Quezon Culinary