I Miss Blogging

With my social calendar in Europe full up to the brim, I can’t often post on my social media accounts and update my website. Still, I hope that you will continue on reading this blog for references in my past posts and future write-ups, travel guides, and photo diaries. Thank you so much for your support! 🙂  

Experience Farm Life at Gourmet Farms

How lovely will it be to see fields of greens, to gaze at butterflies sipping sweet nectar from colorful tropical flowers, to watch birds freely flying under the blue sky and to smell freshly roasted coffee beans early in the morning? This is something I can’t always have living in the city my entire life. There are times when I want to escape Manila and find myself in the countryside. Oh, where shall I go this time? Farm Life at Gourmet Farms Conveniently just an hour away from my family home, an organic farm has been quietly flourishing in Silang, Read More …

Mt. Pinatubo Crater Lake: A Beautiful Disaster [Travel Diary]

Trekking to Mt. Pinatubo Crater Lake has been part of my 2015 travel goals and I am happy to scratch it off my list last week. Few days ago, I have posted a short yet informative Travel Guide to Mt. Pinatubo Crater Lake for those who are planning to hike the infamous volcano. Today, I am sharing a detailed travel diary write-up for everyone to use as a reference. There are several ways to go to Mt. Pinatubo – by car, public bus, or chartered van. Three days before our scheduled trip to Mt. Pinatubo Crater Lake, I reserved two Read More …

Travel Guide: Mt. Pinatubo Crater Lake

This month, I was able to tick off one more item in my bucket list – trekking the beautiful yet disastrous Mt. Pinatubo. It is an active volcano among the Cabusilan Mountains in Zambales, four hours away from Manila. It was my first out-of-town trip with Oliver and both of us were excited to see the infamous volcano. Before I share my travel diary loaded with photos, here’s a travel guide to Mt. Pinatubo Crater Lake. A Beautiful Disaster It was considered as the second largest volcanic eruption in the 20th century, producing mudflows, clouds of volcanic ash which covered Read More …

My First Panagbenga Experience: Camella Goes Panagbenga

In celebration of Panagbenga Festival 2015, Camella Homes brought us to Baguio City to witness the spectacle of the annual colorful flower festival in the Philippines. During this out-of-town weekend trip, my fellow bloggers and I were introduced not only to the rich culture and heritage of people up north, but also to the value Camella Homes is putting in creating houses and communities for every Filipino. Interested how my first Panagbenga experience was? But first, let me take a selfie Camella Goes Panagbenga The country’s largest home builder started its biggest online event for February with the campaign #CamellaGoesPanagbenga. Read More …

Where to Stay in Baguio? The Residences at Brent

Summer is almost upon us and for many Filipinos, it is the best time to cool down in beaches or travel up north where the temperature is relatively colder. Baguio City has been known as one of the top destinations to go to this season because of its cold climate, strawberries, and beautiful landscapes which attract local and foreign tourists around the country who want to escape the heat. For summer 2015, is Baguio included in your travel list? If yes, have you planned where to stay? There are many affordable and luxurious hostels and lodgings in the city, but Read More …