The LONDON EYE Experience :) @UKinPhilippines

The LONDON EYE is the iconic giant Ferris Wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London, also known as the Millennium Wheel. It is Europe’s tallest Ferris Wheel at 135 metres (443 ft) in height and a wheel diameter of 120 metres (394 ft). It’s a popular British icon that even my boys know about … Continue reading The LONDON EYE Experience 🙂 @UKinPhilippines

I ♥ COVENT GARDEN! @UKinPhilippines

COVENT GARDEN is a historic building converted into a shopping centre in 1980. It’s famous for its cute cafes, pubs, small stalls, a craft market called Apple Market, and a tiangge called Jubilee Hall.   It’s popular among Filipinos looking for a bargain and a cool place to eat before watching a show on the … Continue reading I ♥ COVENT GARDEN! @UKinPhilippines

PORTERS: English Restaurant & Pub since 1979 @ Covent Garden @UKinPhilippines

PORTERS is what I imagined a traditional English Pub experience would feel like. It’s located near Covent Garden, a popular shopping and tourist site on London’s West End, also know as the Theatre District.  Here’s a peek at our experience…

TUTTONS: Traditional British Restaurant @TuttonsLondon, Covent Garden

TUTTONS is one of the most popular and long-standing British restaurants in Covent Garden. We had the opportunity for a quick lunch at Tuttons, and here’s an overview of our experience…

THE COUNTING HOUSE: Traditional London Pub Favorite! (Built in 1893)

One of my favorite traditional London Pubs is The Counting House. A former banking hall built in 1893, it has had its 19th Century charm preserved with chandeliers, a wooden staircase, high-domed ceiling, and authentic fixtures reminiscent of that era. Be sure to check out The Counting House when you’re in London…

CAMBIO DE TERCIO: Cool Spanish Resto Hangout in London! @CambiodTercio

Read: PAL Manila Non-Stop to London: A Photo Essay of the Maiden Vogage of PAL Flight PR720! When we first arrived in London, we asked around for the best places to eat in. Good thing we had our expert Pepper Teehankee, who lives half of the time in London. He suggested this cool Spanish resto hangout called … Continue reading CAMBIO DE TERCIO: Cool Spanish Resto Hangout in London! @CambiodTercio

BAGUIO CITY: The Top 10 Most Awesome Restaurants in Baguio 2013! #AwesomeBaguio

UPDATE June 17, 2016: BAGUIO: Top 10 Most Awesome Best Restaurants in Baguio (2016 Edition)! #AwesomeBaguio Here’s a wrap-up of our Top 10 Most Awesome Restaurants in Baguio for your memorable Baguio Adventure with your family and friends: 1. MAMA’S TABLE (L-R: Rache Diaz, Chef Vicky’s Mother, Chef Vicky’s brother Gaby Tinio, Pat and Marivic … Continue reading BAGUIO CITY: The Top 10 Most Awesome Restaurants in Baguio 2013! #AwesomeBaguio

KETCHUP: Canto + Green Pepper + Happy Tummy + Rancho Norte + Rumah Sate

KETCHUP is a Food Community composed of Baguio home grown Food concepts which includes Canto, Happy Tummy, Rancho Norte, Rumah Sate, and Green Pepper. We love the outdoor feel under the pine trees, the affordable food and it’s a nice food stop after visiting Wright Park, Mines View Park, and The Mansion. This will be … Continue reading KETCHUP: Canto + Green Pepper + Happy Tummy + Rancho Norte + Rumah Sate

A MANOR at Camp John Hay Baguio Christmas! (A Photo Essay) @TheManor_CJH

MANOR at Camp John Hay is one of the best places to spend Christmas in the Philippines. You get the cold December weather, log wood cabin accommodations, actual pine Christmas trees, and a romantic restaurant, Le Chef, to complete the festive experience. Here’s a photo essay of our MANOR at Camp John Hay Baguio Christmas….

KOREAN VISA: How to Apply for South Korean Visa in Manila? @KTOManila

Check out: KOREA TRAVEL: Filipino First Timer’s Guide to Experiencing the Real Korea 🙂 A Tourist Visa to Korea is generally FREE, but you still have to apply for it. You can get your visa in as short as 3 days or as long as a week. Here are some tips on how to apply for … Continue reading KOREAN VISA: How to Apply for South Korean Visa in Manila? @KTOManila