Category: Travel

Barasoain Church: Cradle Of Democracy In The East

The name Barasoain Church isn’t new to us anymore for it became part of our childhood even though we are not from Bulacan. We usually see this church when we pay ten peso bill to the nearest sari sari store. And I remember in elementary when I got one mistake in our Makabayan quiz for

Nobu Hotel Manila: A Japanese Kind Of Indulgence

As distributors of smart phones in our province, my parents are frequently invited to conventions and product launch events that take place in luxurious hotels in the metro. And as a daughter of my parents, I’m always with them whenever these events happen. Just recently, again, we got an invitation for Vivo dealers’ party. And

Sa Batis Na Kung Tawagin Ay Hinulugang Taktak

Tayo na sa Antipolo At doon maligo tayo Sa batis na kung tawagin ay Hi-hi-hinulugang taktak Does this song ring a bell? Well, it was the song we usually hear and sing along when we were kids. According to my mother, who lived in Pasig and who visited Antipolo often before, Hinulugang Taktak is so

The First Man-made Beach In The Philippines!

We’ve been yearning to visit Azure Urban Resort Residence for a long time. Those promotions posted in Facebook are totally enticing. And the idea of experiencing a man-made beach with all those white sand, palm trees and undulating waves are not just inviting but really admirable. Just imagine a beach literally in the middle of

Pinto Art Museum: Your Door On Philippine Contemporary Art

Brown stone steps attached to white walls? That’s probably in Pinto Art Museum. These distinctive stairs is so famous to the point that almost every guest takes a photo of it or with it. This explains why, before visiting, the only thing I know about the museum was these stairs. I even asked myself why

Dusit Thani Manila: A Traditional Thai Grandeur

My mom promised a hotel staycation for my birthday but my November was loaded with school works, thesis and final exams and requirements. So we canceled our booking in Azure for my birthday and ended up booking another one in Dusit Thani for the end of the term. We got a more expensive hotel but

Honda Philippines Factory Tour

Last Friday was fun and informative because we had an educational tour in First Philippine Industrial Park in Santo Tomas, Batangas for our Complex Economics subject. My classmates and I were so amazed to see a number of leading factories in the world built together in one area. And one of them is Honda Philippines,

The Butterflies Of Puerto Princesa

When I was in middle school, I only got the chance to travel outside my province through national competitions like press conferences. And I am so fortunate to be one of the representatives of our school and of MIMAROPA for Broadcasting and Script writing competition during the National School’s Press Conference that took place in

Mystery Manila Solved!

Escape room games are my thing. I’m enjoying the venture of finding clues, solving mysteries and completing missions whenever I’m playing this kind of games online. That’s why when I heard of Mystery Manila, I was glad that finally, I can experience escape games in real life. I’m also happy that they were able to come

Upside Down Museum: Going For A New Perspective In Life

I bet you’ve seen photos that looks weird yet creative because the people in it are hanging upside-down and wondered how that happened. Well, that can only be possible with Upside Down Museum. As it name says, Upside Down Museum is an exhibit of art that gives you an illusion and let’s you pose upside-down in