Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a perfect place for people like me who love both history and traveling. For months, I have been longing to go to this heritage site. Many people have said positive experiences about their trip to this place. It is a site rich of Filipino culture and heritage. Continue reading “Philippine Heritage at Las Casas”
Known for its night markets, healthy food, and the famous Din Tai Fung, I must say that there is so much more to Taiwan than just what it is commonly known for. Yes, this country did live it up to its claims, but then there are countless more things and sceneries to discover from this extremely beautiful place.
If you want to celebrate your long weekend al fresco, you might just want to stop by Reál Surf in Quezon, PH. It was previously known as Reál Surf, but a few months ago, its hotel has finally opened, which made it Reál Coast & Surf. Reál Coast is their hotel with a modern vibe, while Reál Surf is the surf camp with a more chill vibe. Unfortunately, I only got to stay in Reál Surf because I honestly did not know that Reál Coast was already open.
A sandbox is often associated with kids. As the name suggests, it’s a box containing a lot of sand for children to play in. One of Ayala Land’s newest projects, ALVIERA, located in Porac, Pampanga, has an outdoor recreational area called Sandbox. It features a lot of activities and attractions. As I would call it, it’s a “playground for adults.”
When traveling, my mom always goes by the phrase “eat by the locals.” It makes sense, because they know which food and restaurants won’t hurt your wallet, but still are the best. We’ve done prior research about Hong Kong’s must-try dishes, and during our trip, we’ve proven how mouth-watering these dishes can get. Here are 10 of the best food in Hong Kong.
If you’re looking for authentic Indian cuisine, make this a stop at your itinerary. Its staff and employees are Indian, and they make sure you get the best quality of food. You should try any of their Biryani dishes (HKD 62), choosing from chicken, beef, or vegetables. Another dish that we ordered is the Chicken Curry (HKD 62). They have huge servings. It seems like they served us one and a half cup of rice just for one dish. It’s more than enough especially if you’re not a rice eater.
The year 2015 came by really fast. Due to busy schedules and task-overload, it seems as if this year just happened in the blink of an eye. But despite that, I tried to make the most out of the rare and little breaks that I’ve had for the entire year.
1. Burot Beach, Calatagan, Batangas
Always end up forgetting an item whenever you’re on a trip out of town? Don’t worry, that happens to me too. In fact, that has occurred to me a lot of times, which is why I always make sure to keep a list of the things that I need whenever I go out of town.
After a summer of amusing and exciting trips, we wanted to go somewhere that would bring us closer to nature. Batlag and Daranak Falls were located in Tanay, Rizal. My friend, Aly, searched for many places (specifically waterfalls) that were just close to Metro Manila. Luckily, she came across Batlag and Daranak Falls. A good thing about it is that from Daranak Falls, it only takes about a 10-minute walk to reach Batlag Falls.
Welcome to Daranak Falls 🙂
Yes, I must admit that my friends and I are the ones who can’t stay put in our own houses (HAHAHAHAHA). We love travelling and seeing new places. That’s definitely one thing you can’t take away from our system.
My friend, Aly, arranged a small out-of-town trip in celebration for her 16th birthday. Truth be told, she really wanted to stay in Camp Netanya, which was in Batangas. I mean, who would not want to see the “Little Piece of Santorini” in the Philippines? It just so happened that all the rooms were booked during the only free weekend that we had at that time :(. This, then, led us to what I call a “Little Serene Getaway” in Mangrove Hotel Resort, Subic.
Earlier that day, we had cheer practice in school. As soon as it finished, we were on the road.