Originally designed to be a hill station of Americans years ago. Bloomed into a city nestled on top of a mountain, surrounded by pine trees and sunflowers. A cool and breezy place with interesting food and art scene. That’s Baguio before. Well, there are some left and the plan is for the city to rev-bloom. … Continue reading The RevBloom of Baguio: City of Crafts and Folk Arts
Time wasted in Baler is time well spent.
October seventh is the feast day of the Our Lady of the Rosary, a special day for rosary devotees, like the Escuderos.
Having to visit Villa Escudero made me rediscover being a Filipino in Southern Tagalog.
Just when I thought June would be a boring month, I got a random invite from someone I met at an event back in March, for a eight-hour road trip, so I joined in. Eight hours bound to North-East of Luzon island lies the largest province in Luzon, second in the whole country, and the … Continue reading Explore the Off the Beaten Path of Isabela
A place where being a pilgrim and eco-tourist meets. Holy Week is highly observed here in our country, since majority of our people are Catholics not to mention we are the only Catholic country in our region. Having said that, during this time we showcase our faith by doing such religious practices in order to … Continue reading Where2Go: Regina RICA
In a Time Capsule. Dress up and be transported back in late 1800s to early 1900s at the Rodriguez Ancestral House, now known as the Villa Sariaya. Located in the heart of Sariaya, Quezon. In front of the town plaza and few meters away from another historic gem, their parish church, Parokya ni San Francisco … Continue reading Relive History at Villa Sariaya