I usually check my email’s spam folder just to empty it right away. But this time, I opened one particular email. And I knew that it’s a fraudulent one. As a former travel agent, I’ve seen way too many airline electronic tickets for me to know what it looks like. Though it varies per airline. … Continue reading PSA: How to spot a fraud airline e-ticket email
Such a fascinating story but never told.
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
An Igorot culture appreciation that will never go out of style.
The heat is still on!
We are all guilty of taking photos while traveling, right? But would you trade your plastic camera with a paper camera?
¨Manila had been slowly moving toward the direction of culinary exposure as being the ‘it’ destination for food. - Chef José Luis "Chele" González