A lot of festival enthusiasts believe that Dinagyang is one of the BEST Festivals in the Philippines. Although the celebration still has that quaint, provincial city-feel, the Ati-Ati dance productions are among the best that I’ve seen in street dance festivals in the Philippines. They are the Grand Champions in the Aliwan Festival (Manila-based competition … Continue reading Iloilo’s Dinagyang: Hala Bira! Viva Señor Santo Niño!
With the Philippine Nautical Highway using the Roll-On Roll-Off (RORO) infrastructure, it is now possible to design a road trip that would bring you to the Ultimate Foodie Destinations in the Visayas. One of my greatest road trips ever is joining the Subaru Club of the Philippines on a Road Food Trip from Manila to Iloilo … Continue reading Ultimate Visayan Food Trip: Manila to Cebu on a Subaru!
Chef’s Lab, Chef Bruce Lim’s third restaurant, is located in Burgos Circle. It focuses more on new kitchen test recipes and offers test tube shots with different love potions and a relatively affordable basic menu that still focuses on modern Filipino cuisine. We decided to try out the new creations at Chef’s Lab. Here’s our experience… … Continue reading Chef’s Lab Potions and Kitchen Test Food
Turf BGC is a FIFA-standard community football field in the heart of Bonifacio Global City (BGC). Located just beside Mercato Centrale @ BGC, it uses ternate yarn, an artificial grass-like surface produced by Limonta of Italy. Here’s more information about this one-of-a-kind Football Field in Manila…
Update Feb. 5, 2012: Congratulations to the Lasalle PBA Green Dream Team for winning 117 over Ateneo PBA Blue Team 104 🙂 Animo La Salle! RIVALRY (Ateneo-La Salle The Musical) is a brilliant portrayal of the competitive spirit between archrivals La Salle and Ateneo in an all-original, all-Filipino musical. I was pleasantly surprised with the … Continue reading Who won in the “Rivalry”: Ateneo-La Salle The Musical?
When I was in Moalboal, I heard stories about an island off the South Eastern Coast of Cebu. I was told it is a romantic, back-to-nature island escape, and that it has a lush forest, white sand beaches and good food. It is called SUMILON Island. (It takes its name from being a storm shelter … Continue reading The Legend of SUMILON Island