Craving for Bowls of Hot Noodle Soup

As I write this post,there's a bad weather happening in Manila.  Complete with all the works - heavy rain, dark skies at 4pm, traffic congestion on the roads, and...FRIDAY. Usually, when it's Friday and I've got nothing planned, I just stay and hangout in a coffee shop or in a cool restaurant or do some … Continue reading Craving for Bowls of Hot Noodle Soup

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A Weekend at the Crosswinds Swiss Luxury Resorts Suites in Tagaytay

Hellow there, friends! How's the rainy weather treating you this week so far? It's been pretty cold outside, but I'm not complaining.  In fact, I am welcoming the cold with open arms.  I mean, it's been a while we had this weather in Manila.  And so I thought to blog about my recent weekend trip … Continue reading A Weekend at the Crosswinds Swiss Luxury Resorts Suites in Tagaytay

How I Made My Own Joyful Story During the R2R Workshop

I have always been a BIG fan of homegrown and locally-made products.  Be it a bag, a furniture, a food item, a shirt, or even coffee.  Maybe it's because I grew up with parents having the advocacy of empowering local communities by having them develop and manufacture their own products, thereby bringing income and livelihood to their … Continue reading How I Made My Own Joyful Story During the R2R Workshop

The Beautiful Racuh a Payaman and Other Cool Places to See in the South Batan Tour

Hi, folks! It's August! Can you believe it? Time is flying by so fast, and I still got loads of travel posts to upload. But for today, I'm posting some of the photos of our South Batan Tour, particularly in Racuh a Payaman - or what is dubbed as the "Marlboro Hills" of Batanes. Similar … Continue reading The Beautiful Racuh a Payaman and Other Cool Places to See in the South Batan Tour