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Panagbenga Festival 2015

One of the many legacies that Spain left behind in the Philippines is the festivals.  Although most festivals started out as religious in nature, several festivals have come up during the last decades to celebrate other aspects of local life.  One of such festivals is the Panagbenga Festival or the …

Sip & Gogh

Sip and Gogh, Go, Go!

I didn’t give it much thought when Jam told me we’re doing Sip and Gogh. I didn’t even research about it. I just knew that it would involve sipping something and painting something van Gogh. And after an almost hour-long ride to Capitol Hills, I finally found out that I …

Nagsasa Cove, Iba, Zambales, Philippines, Asia

Nagsasa Cove Love

While everyone else was attentively watching the Pope make his rounds in the Philippines, I took the opportunity to finally visit one of the places I’ve been wanting to go to since I could remember: Nagsasa Cove. The Nagsasa Cove is one of Iba, Zambales’ no-longer secluded coves, the other …

A day in Tagaytay

A Day in Tagaytay

Sixty kilometers south of Manila is one of the country’s most popular destinations: Tagaytay City. It attracts local and foreign tourists alike because of its close proximity to Manila, its cooler temperature and the scenic views of the Taal Volcano. It is famous for a lot of tourist destinations like …

El Cangrejo - Chasing Jayce

Restaurant Review: El Cangrejo

It’s that time of the year when parties are being celebrated left and right and what better way to discover new restos …

Paella Festival 2014

Paella Festival 2014

Paella lovers unite!  Join the Paella Festival 2014, happening at the Kapitan Moy Main Hall in J.P. Rizal, Marikina City on Friday, …