PANAGBENGA is a local Kankana-ey term in Cordillera, which means “a season for blossoming; a time for blooming“, coined by Ike Picpican, curator of the Saint Louis University Museum in 1997. It is a month-long celebration in February/March during the business-lean months to attract tourists to the City of Baguio after the holidays and before the peak … Continue reading BAGUIO’s PANAGBENGA Flower Festival
At first, we found the concept of Geisha a bit strange — an Indian-owned Japanese restaurant, patronized mostly by Filipinos and Indians, that is known for its vegetarian dishes. It’s the higher-end version of Red Kimono, with an elegant ambiance but relatively affordable menu. Bonifacio High Street Central Restaurants: Jamba Juice Opens in Manila! SutrA … Continue reading GEISHA, an Indian-owned Japanese Vegetarian Restaurant You’ll Love 🙂
Wednesday Nights @ Midnight Mercato! MIDNIGHT MERCATO FOOD MARKET COMES TO LATE NIGHT WEDNESDAYS Are you looking for a place to indulge your late night food cravings on a Wednesday night? Or you can’t wait until the weekend to visit your favorite late night food markets? Then Midnight Mercato, Metro Manila’s premiere late night weekend food market, will be … Continue reading Midnight Mercato Wednesdays, Chef Dino Ferrari & Doggie Love!
)The Valentine season is not only the season of love but also a time to fall in love with the Closeup Pyromusical competition 🙂 Related Blog Post: PyroMusical 2012 Battle: China vs. Netherlands Here are some tips to get the best experience in The 3rd Philippine International PyroMusical Competition:
You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown is a stage musical adaptation of the popular comic strip Peanuts by cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. It’s a live version of the comic strip acted and sometimes sung by Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and friends. Honestly, we are not too familiar with the characters and we did not grow up reading … Continue reading Charlie Brown Happiness 😀
Iloilo is the home of Batchoy, and there is a never-ending debate on who offers the best version – Ted’s or Deco’s. However, the best authentic Batchoy for me can be found in Netong’s Lapaz Batchoy. Ultimate Visayan Food Trip Series: Ultimate Visayan Food Trip: Manila to Cebu on a Subaru! Iloilo’s Dinagyang: Hala Bira! … Continue reading ILOILO FOOD TRIP: Netong’s Original Special Lapaz Batchoy
Breakthrough is the undisputed king of fresh seafood in Iloilo and the number one tourist spot in the city. Ultimate Visayan Food Trip Series: Ultimate Visayan Food Trip: Manila to Cebu on a Subaru! Iloilo’s Dinagyang: Hala Bira! Viva Señor Santo Niño! ILOILO FOOD TRIP: Breakthrough, Number 1 Tourist Destination in Iloilo! ILOILO FOOD TRIP: Netong’s … Continue reading ILOILO FOOD TRIP: Breakthrough, Number 1 Tourist Destination in Iloilo!
I must admit I didn’t know what to expect from Fuerza Bruta, a Buenos Aires original show, which literally means “Brute Force”. All I know is that it is 360-degree-immersive experience and not-your-usual-cliche-Broadway-show. And if you like Cirque de Soleil, you’ll probably like this too. To best experience the show, it is better that you … Continue reading FUERZA BRUTA Manila ♥alentine Premiere!
Il Piccino Trattoria by Chef Natalia Moran, formerly known as La Casa Alfonso, is a romantic, by-reservation-only restaurant. She opens her ancestral home to family, friends, and foodies to share her love for Italian food. 🙂 She is known in Mercato Centrale as the Ravioli Queen, selling freshly made ravioli in the market. We love quaint, … Continue reading IL PICCINO TRATTORIA Valentine 🙂
The Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is one of the passion festivals in the country that I absolutely enjoy. It celebrates the passion for flying and highlights the love for Hot Air Balloons. It was started after the US Military left Clark Air Base to boost tourism and the morale of the community around … Continue reading I ❤ Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta!