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Day Trip in Paradizoo

Tagaytay has always been one of my comfort places in case I want to getaway for a while. It’s a great place for my bulalo cravings, some peace and quiet, and of course, the delicious cheese hopia as pasalubong. Famous tourist spots here include zipline, horse back riding, and mountain hike, but little did I… Read more »

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Casa Alegria: A Hideaway in Tagaytay

Tucked in the downward intestine-like highway leading to Talisay, away from the busy main streets of Tagaytay, is a well-kept secret I discovered recently –the one year old Casa Alegria. The casa has a simple white and black minimalist architectural design, a red brick tiled floor, and landscape photographs plastered on the wall of the… Read more »

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Paradise in the South: Residence Inn & Paradizoo

Yesterday, I received an invite from Zoomanity group to join them for a tour in Tagaytay. And since Manila heat is taking its toll on me — it’s 34 degree Celsius! — without hesitation, I said yes! Located approximately 1.5 hours away from Manila, Residence Inn and Paradizoo offers a unique and memorable staycation with their… Read more »

Climbing Asia’s Largest Balete Tree

One hot afternoon, during the first week of February last year, my friends and I went to Baler mainly to surf, try out their buffet offerings, and of course, to taste their famous peanut butter. But a part of our itinerary was also to see a Balete tree. Sounds boring? Well, locals say that it… Read more »

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Asia’s Got Talent premieres tonight on AXN!

Dubbed as the world’s biggest talent competition, Asia’s Got Talent premieres tonight, March 12 at 8.05 pm on AXN with subsequent episodes airing tonight. Celebrity judges comprise of former Spice Girl member Melanie C., Taiwanese-American pop idol and actor Van Ness Wu, Indonesian rock icon Anggun, and the 16 time Grammy-winning Canadian musician David Foster…. Read more »

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INFOGRAPHIC: Sinag Maynila Festival Guide

A new film festival will be hitting the theaters starting March 18 until 24.  Sinag Maynila, a brainchild of Solar Entertainment CEO Wilson Tieng and critically-acclaimed film director Brillante Mendoza, joins the ranks of local independent film festivals offering films that aim to push boundaries by showcasing the Filipino individuality. For their first year, they… Read more »

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Comet (2015)

Comet is a simple story about love told in a way that reminds me of three films. First: 500 days of Summer. The use of montage in Summer and Tom’s relationship. Second: the Before trilogy, wherein we see the story focusing only on two characters, Celine and Jesse, who meet, part ways, and reunite after… Read more »

Miao: First Cat Cafe in Manila

Step inside the purry-tale kingdom situated in the northern side of Manila, serving human meals, four times a day.

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Bonding with the kids of KRIS Library

In 2011, a residential home was opened to a small community in Barangay Holy Spirit to cater to the educational needs of the poor. A wide selection of textbooks, magazines, books, and novels were made readily available for the kids to use –for free. The aim is to spearhead activities and open a venue of… Read more »

Theater Review: Into The Woods

The fifth anniversary presentation of Upstart Productions has just kicked off with a four-week run of Into the Woods at Kasalikasan Garden in BGC, Taguig. This Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine musical directed by Joel Trinidad is performed by a list of notable actors. The show’s cheerful mood is represented by musical director Dingdong Fiel, rhythmically beating… Read more »

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  • sheep!

    Day Trip in Paradizoo

    Tagaytay has always been one of my comfort places in case I want to getaway for a while. It’s a great place for my bulalo cravings, some peace and quiet, and of course, the delicious cheese hopia as pasalubong. Famous tourist spots here include zipline, horse back riding, and mountain hike, but little did I… Read more »

  • casa alegria billiards

    Casa Alegria: A Hideaway in Tagaytay

    Tucked in the downward intestine-like highway leading to Talisay, away from the busy main streets of Tagaytay, is a well-kept secret I discovered recently –the one year old Casa Alegria. The casa has a simple white and black minimalist architectural design, a red brick tiled floor, and landscape photographs plastered on the wall of the… Read more »

  • paradizoo

    Paradise in the South: Residence Inn & Paradizoo

    Yesterday, I received an invite from Zoomanity group to join them for a tour in Tagaytay. And since Manila heat is taking its toll on me — it’s 34 degree Celsius! — without hesitation, I said yes! Located approximately 1.5 hours away from Manila, Residence Inn and Paradizoo offers a unique and memorable staycation with their… Read more »

  • Climbing Asia’s Largest Balete Tree

    One hot afternoon, during the first week of February last year, my friends and I went to Baler mainly to surf, try out their buffet offerings, and of course, to taste their famous peanut butter. But a part of our itinerary was also to see a Balete tree. Sounds boring? Well, locals say that it… Read more »

  • agt

    Asia’s Got Talent premieres tonight on AXN!

    Dubbed as the world’s biggest talent competition, Asia’s Got Talent premieres tonight, March 12 at 8.05 pm on AXN with subsequent episodes airing tonight. Celebrity judges comprise of former Spice Girl member Melanie C., Taiwanese-American pop idol and actor Van Ness Wu, Indonesian rock icon Anggun, and the 16 time Grammy-winning Canadian musician David Foster…. Read more »

  • sinag maynila 2015

    INFOGRAPHIC: Sinag Maynila Festival Guide

    A new film festival will be hitting the theaters starting March 18 until 24.  Sinag Maynila, a brainchild of Solar Entertainment CEO Wilson Tieng and critically-acclaimed film director Brillante Mendoza, joins the ranks of local independent film festivals offering films that aim to push boundaries by showcasing the Filipino individuality. For their first year, they… Read more »