I'm that person who seldom goes to but is very meticulous when it comes to hotels. For me checking in at a hotel means that everything should be flawless and stress free. Last month, my friend and blogger partner, Ann Salas was given the privilege to experience a night stay at the City Garden Grand … Continue reading The City Garden Grand Hotel Experience
Breakfast, as they say, is the most important meal of the day wherein you get most of your energy from. This means that whatever and wherever we would be eating should be well thought of.
I have been seeing rooftop bars and restaurants on my news feed for quite some time now and one of them was City Garden Grand Hotel's Firefly Roofdeck which I was planning to visit. In my luck, my friend and blogger partner, Ann Salas was invited to do a review on City Garden Grand Hotel along with the Firefly Roofdeck and Spice Cafe which she decided to share with me. Staring at the vast space, enjoying the star-like shimmer of city lights, and observing real time human-living in a high spot are just few things this place could offer. That's why it surprised me how they've thought of placing a spacious restaurant on a roof deck.
Poblacion, Makati is known for its red-light district. A place where men and women in revealing clothes try their best to convince you to get a massage or a drink while you pass by. To be honest I used to think that this place is scary as hell after being cat-called numerous times in the past. That is why, I do my best to prevent myself from going through it even if it's the shortest way to get to where I need to go. But as I've stumbled upon this hidden gem in the core of this district, I began to admire the place.
This is one of my La Union detours. A throwback to remind myself that I could pull of a "weird for some" colored hair. Pindangan Ruins was a very "holy yet creepy" place for me. Starting with my walk towards it, I started to feel a certain unwanting aura. I tried shaking it off and … Continue reading La Union: Pindangan Ruins
Blessed to enter Arunachal Pradesh Last November 2017, I have been given the chance to visit an unknown and protected place named Arunachal Pradesh. This place is located in the Northeast part of India near the Himalayan Mountains and the only way to reach is by land or train. Arunachal Pradesh as I said earlier is a … Continue reading Northeast India: Arunachal Pradesh
This was one of those unplanned trips. The initial itinerary didn't involve Luna. If that had happened, I know that I definitely would miss a huge part of the trip. Luna is known for its pebble beach. Legend says that upon arriving at the place you shouldn't be noisy or else the sea goddesses would … Continue reading La Union: Luna
Sunflowers are my mom's favorite flowers which made it mine too. I'm a big fan of flowers and one of my favorite flower is the sunflower. That's why when I found out that there will be a huge farm of sunflowers made into a labyrinth in Pangasinan, I couldn't wait to visit the place. The … Continue reading Pangasinan: Sunflower Maze
This is one of those places where you just need to lessen your expectations and just enjoy the moment. La Trinidad houses or Baguio City's colorful houses may not be new to a lot of people or with its residence but it is one place that surprised me. I really loved how they thought of … Continue reading Baguio: Colorful Houses
Cool breeze, strawberries, horseback rides, fresh flowers and colorful houses are how people remember this place. Baguio City, a 5 hour ride from Manila, is known to be one of the most visited places in the Philippines. It is filled with various family friendly locations that would definitely please you. Honestly speaking, Baguio is also one … Continue reading Baguio: Night Market
Whimsical and nostalgic! This place showcases a huge tree house themed restaurant in the city of Baguio. Check out the blog to know how to get here!
These past few months have been the best and worst. Best, because I've been enjoying a lot of new things lately and worst, because of stress bombarding me constantly. To compromise, I have thought of ways to free myself from all of this by going on a relaxing yet adventurous trip. It wasn't long ago when … Continue reading The Break Needed: Mt. Purro Nature Reserve