I went to Macau last November 21 with my Dad, Kuya Jay and Claudia. It was the first time for us to be together to travel to an international destination. We went there to celebrate Dad’s birthday. Upon arrival at the hotel, we had dinner at some Chinese restaurant which is around 2 blocks away from Casa Real (the hotel where we stayed at). Continue reading “Macau: Not just the Las Vegas of Asia”
It’s my first time in Batanes and talk about forgetting to print the e-ticket the night before our flight. Pfft. Anyway, I was not really sure if I have to print my copy since all of our names were listed in one ticket except for Eric and Dino. Luckily, Melo was able to print a copy for me. 😀 Continue reading “My Batanes Experience”
Batanes is just amongst in my list of places to go to. I have heard a lot of things about Batanes based from the experience of other people like Ferdz’s review of Fundacion Pacita Abad, a hotel in Batanes. Of course, Sabtang is a place that should not be missed if you’re already in Batanes. Ferdz, Markku, Rain and some more bloggers had that unforgettable Sabtang adventure.
I also like to visit the picturesque oldest stone house in Ivana, Batan Island. And as a food tripper 😀 , It would be fun to experience eating at Casa Napoli. I heard about it from Melo and he says that the pizza is really good. 😀
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I was fortunate enough to be able to go with other bloggers at Kawayan Cove despite of the bad weather last Thursday. Kawayan Cove is not a public resort where you could just go there, pay and swim. It’s a 68-hectare seaside residential area in Nasugbu, Batangas. One thing that I noticed when we toured around is that it’s a low-density residential area which was conceptualized by the developer Edge Properties Development Corporation. Continue reading “Kawayan Cove”
This is yet a long overdue post that was so delayed because of my excitement with the Eraserheads concert. Anyway, on our 2nd day at Davao, we had a tour around. Melo contacted someone to rent a van (with a driver of course) to use for the whole day. We first had a heavy breakfast at McDonald’s. Continue reading “Davao Trip Day 2”
I was able to buy an authentic T’boli guitar for only 600 pesos (near Ponce Apartments). I saw one being sold at eBay.ph for 2,500 pesos. However, the bidding ended already last month. The T’boli guitar has only two strings. The guitar is long, slender and it’s light when held. Joey Ayala uses the same kind of guitar that I bought. Continue reading “Authentic T’boli guitar (Hegalong)”
Last Saturday was one hell of an adventure for us. We were supposed to leave early for Batangas when Kel’s driver’s license was given to another village visitor. We went to Sucat to look for the one who got his driver’s license. We were lost in a middle of nowhere asking where Zone 6 is (Purok 6). Apparently, any barangay could have a Zone 6. Continue reading “My second San Juan, Batangas trip”
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Aglicay Beach Resort is located at Barangay Comod-om in the Municipality of Alcantara, Tablas Island, Romblon. We only spent half day there since we had to go back to Manila already. There are a lot of ways to go there. We took the tricycle ride from Looc. 😀 And if you plan to stay there overnight, take a look at the room rates. Continue reading “Aglicay Beach Resort”