ATTN: Soon-to-Wed couples, Debutantes, and Foodies who are about to celebrate their special occasions. (Photo courtesy of Florabel’s) THE BLUE LEAF, one of the country’s premier venues for weddings, debuts, and other milestone events, together with OUR AWESOME PLANET, the number one food and travel blog in he Philippines, promises an end to such stressful predicaments with The … Continue reading THE BIG BANQUET: Don’t Miss the Battle of the Best Caterers in Manila on May 4! @TheBlueLeaf (Last Call)
Bayanihan gives the next generation a brighter future. And we’re just getting started… Bringing back the smiles to these kids in Sapi-an, Capiz. Because there IS something that we can do to help them through their fear. Be the HOPE.
I asked my long time Japanese foodie friend Atsushi to guest post and write about his favorite Japanese restaurant in Manila. Enjoy this educational post about Japanese food in Manila! (image credit: Sepavo) Being a Japanese living in the Philippines, the most frequently asked question is “Where’s the best Japanese restaurant“. As it sounds like an … Continue reading MANILA’S BEST JAPANESE RESTAURANTS according to a Japanese Foodie! @Visit_Japan
The Big Banquet: A Food Tasting Event Like No Other Once-in-a lifetime occasions call for memorable dishes, which evoke feelings of joy and satisfaction. Brides- and grooms-to be go to great lengths planning the perfect wedding reception, taking referrals from friends and attending an assortment of wedding fairs. Debutantes go through the same nerve-racking journey, tasting every treat for their dessert buffet, … Continue reading THE BIG BANQUET: An Ultimate Taste Test of the Best Caterers in Manila @TheBlueLeaf!
On our first day in Jerusalem, we visited the Palestine-occupied Bethlehem to pay tribute to the birthplace of Jesus, and to celebrate a Christmas mass. 🙂 Here’s a photo essay of Day 5 of our Holy Land Pilgrimage to Bethelem…
“This is how a country is built from the ground up, anchored on bayanihan, inviting and welcoming all to join, and be awed that community after community rises as the fruit of caring and working.”– Tito Boy Montelibano
This was the most memorable Valentine’s Day for us, which started with the renewal of our wedding vows at Cana, a wedding reception at Mount of Temptation Restaurant in Jericho, then our honeymoon in Jerusalem. We’ve been married for 11 years, and this was the perfect marriage renewal for us. If you’re planning to renew … Continue reading HOLY LAND (Day 4 – Cana): “Valentine’s Wedding at Cana, Wedding Reception in Jericho, and Honeymoon in Jerusalem” @BoSanchez @IsraelTourism
In the morning, we renewed our baptismal vows in the same river where Jesus was baptized. In the afternoon, we went on a memorable boat ride in the Sea of Galilee. Here’s a photo essay of our River Jordan and Sea of Galilee experience …
I personally like following the footsteps of Jesus’ early ministry in Tiberias with His disciples. We visited the Church of the Transfiguration at Mount Tabor, then the Church of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fish at Tabgha, and had lunch near the shores of the Sea of Galilee. After lunch we had a beautiful mass … Continue reading HOLY LAND (Day 2 – Tiberias): “Mount Tabor, Capernaum, and Mount of Beatitudes” @BoSanchez @IsraelTourism
We started our Holy Land Pilgrimage from Tel Aviv, to Mount Carmel in Haifa, to Nazareth, and finally to Tiberias in the Sea of Galilee, which was where Jesus started His early ministry with His disciples. Israel has a population of 9 Million, with 6 Million Jews, 1.5 Million Muslims, and about 150,000 Christians. It … Continue reading HOLY LAND (Day 1 – Nazareth): “Kosher Breakfast, Mount Carmel, and Maria di Nazareth” @BoSanchez @IsraelTourism