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Creative Flavor: Kafe Batwan

You would think you now a lot about Filipino food already.  And then Kafe Batwan comes along and you were re-educated about the well-loved Filipino dish. And like most Filipino abode, the place was welcoming and was packed with families sharing Sunday lunch together. I had my brunch there today.  Well, it was lunch time already but since this was my first meal of the … Continue reading Creative Flavor: Kafe Batwan

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Dolor’s Kakanin – Malabon Food Tour

This is one of the must-try’s in Malabon.  The kakanin in this place is legendary:  politicians pick up pasalubong from here, it has spawn branches in Metro Manila. The Dolor’s Kakanin store in Malabon City is a hard to miss; it’s along Governor Pascual Avenue, one of the main artery leading to the busy center of the city. But aside from this, there was another … Continue reading Dolor’s Kakanin – Malabon Food Tour

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Raymen Beach Resort Restaurant – Guimaras

Guimaras is famous for their ridiculously sweet and sumptuous mangoes. It’s their pride and glory here. Anywhere you turn your eyes to, there’s mango tree plantation; everything has a mango flavor variation — biscocho, even ketchup. They protect their mangoes fiercely. Mangoes are the only good thing you’d eat in the restaurant in Raymen Beach Resort. I strain my tastebuds to sense anything in their … Continue reading Raymen Beach Resort Restaurant – Guimaras

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Ramon Homestay – Batad, Banaue, Ifugao

Batad was a whole new experience for me. I decided I would take on something new and more value to myself. Batad is a barangay in Banaue in the Ifugao province. It required us to travel down a bumpy road for over an hour, then walk further down for another hour. As this was the start of our day, we were dying for some real … Continue reading Ramon Homestay – Batad, Banaue, Ifugao

COVID vs Oreo Cookies?

I recently contracted COVID-19. Luckily, I’m fully vaccinated so I only had mild symptoms. I isolated at home only, guided by our doctor. I consider it just a brush with the dreaded virus. The first few days of isolation, my appetite was fine. That’s because I could still smell and taste food. I was still calling people up, attending webinars, journalling. The usual. By Day … Continue reading COVID vs Oreo Cookies?

7 Things From RuPaul’s Drag Race That Really Resonate with Me

Okay, this listicle is for Pride Month celebration in 2021. The listicle is a dated but the words I heard from this show resonate strongly with me. I just really got to stream RuPaul’s Drag Race this lockdown. I used to watch this show on cable but could never really follow because of my so-called life’s schedule. But now Netflix, and boom! I have 24-hour … Continue reading 7 Things From RuPaul’s Drag Race That Really Resonate with Me

Welcome to My Virtual Visita Iglesia 2021!

As I have missed visiting different churches AGAIN this year, thanks to COVID, let me present to you my top 8 churches in the Philippines. Ang gaganda nila and some are centuries old. Follow the link and hope you enjoy them the way I did way back when. Loboc Church in Bohol – destroyed by an earthquake in 2013 Immaculate Heart Parish in Antipolo, Rizal … Continue reading Welcome to My Virtual Visita Iglesia 2021!