One Week in Baguio! [2022.01.13-19]

I am so glad I decided to stay a week in Baguio! The thing is, even though we have had this planned before COVID even happened, I was not even supposed to go cause they decided on dates that would fall during my Siargao trip. As we all know, a terrible typhoon hit many provinces…

Everything I Ate in Baguio

What’s a trip to the City of Pines without visiting the many restaurants in town?! Having lived in Baguio for 5 years and frequent visits after I came back home, there is always something new to try each time. Upon arriving in Baguio, my first stop was Max’s along Session Road. I was so hungry,…

Camping at Valleypoint Campsite [2022.01.13-01.14]

Since I was arriving a day earlier than my friends, I decided to go camping by myself at Valleypoint Campsite. I saw this place on Instagram years ago and it was definitely on my travel bucket list. I decided to give it a go this time around since I was on leave on the 13th….

Welcoming 2022 in Cold Tagaytay! [2021.12.30-2022.01.02]

Celine and I decided to spend a few days in Tagaytay for the New Year this year. We are definitely missing Irick this year though. We were there for 4 days, but we left early on Jan 2nd because we figured there would be a lot of people on their way back to Manila. We…

Happy Birthday To Me At Torres Farm And Resort [2021.11.13-14]

It’s mah birthday! I really thought I was going to cancel this because Mine had some health issues the weekend before and Celine was unsure if she was going to be able to come. But in the middle of the week, Celine confirmed and Mine felt better so we were a go! And that made…

Maragondon Adventure: Riverfront Garden Resort [2021.10.30-31]

I talked about how our Riverfront Garden Resort got canceled three weeks ago, but the resort finally started accepting guests again on Oct 20th. I immediately rebooked for the Oct 30th-31st weekend. I was afraid, things will change again and things will get canceled again. But honestly, so far, things are getting better and cases…

Shell Residences + Lee’s Korean Restaurant + Seascape Village [2021.10.09-10]

Seascape Village is located along Atang Dela Rama, Pasay, Metro Manila, just right behind the Manila Film Centre. There is a huge sign in front so you won’t miss it once you are on this road. It is open from 10am-11pm, but the best time to come here is during sunset because you’ll get a beautiful view of the sunset by the bay, and then enjoy some dinner after.

Boracay Accommodation Review: Campion’s Place

I don’t know why it took me this long to write about Campion’s Place! This was basically our home for the majority of our stay in Boracay. We initially stayed here at the beginning of our trip when Celine was still with us, then we moved to Chillax Flashpackers Boracay where we spent our first…

What To Do in Boracay: SUP (Stand Up Paddle Boarding)

I was going to do a different blog – I wanted to write about activities that you can do in Boracay, but we actually ended up not doing a lot of these activities during our stay. Since it was not my first time here, I was not really there to enjoy these water activities. We…

Movenpick Instagram Feature!

Last month, my photo with Gelai at Movenpick Boracay was featured on their Instagram and I was like, “No big deal, since I hashtagged them so they’d find the photo, obviously.” But a few days ago, I was surprised to get tagged by Movenpick Hotels because they also posted the same photo Movenpick Boracay did….

I am home from Boracay!

After 111 days in Boracay, I am finally home! I still have a few more blog entries about Boracay – I’ll probably be writing about it for months and posting about it on Instagram until 2022 – but I will blog first about our experience going home from Boracay while still in GCQ, wherein only…