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Grapes Farm in La Union

November 25, 2017
Calica Grapes Farm in La Union

If you want to channel the young and beautiful Aitana Sanchez-Gijon in “A Walk in the Clouds” but Napa Valley is still far-fetched, you may try the vineyards of La Union. First stop in our itinerary for this family trip was Calica Grapes Farm in La Union. Gapuz Grapes Farm is more searchable on the […]

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Family Trip to La Union

La Union Itinerary

A long weekend calls for some road trip. For this family trip to La Union, the beach was loudly calling. Situated 219 kms north of Bulacan, La Union is reachable in just 4 hours through NLEX, SCTEX and the new TPLEX. Since we have been driving for the past year to and fro SCTEX and even […]

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Bangkok Impressions

August 8, 2017

Lazily but popularly described by Filipinos who had set foot here, Bangkok is just like Manila. For a first-timer Filipina who’s here in Bangkok to do business and inject leisure whenever she can (and I mean whenever), this familiarity brings both excitement and comfort. For one, my companion and I do not look like foreigners […]

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Picky Eater in Hong Kong

November 2, 2015

When travelling, you get giddy with excitement and eating is less of a priority. This is how I, as a picky-eater, survived four days in a foreign land where rice is in scarcity. DAY 1 SOGO MALL – FRESH MART Mindlessly, we fasted for 22 hours. Our first eating stop in Hong Kong on our […]

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Eating in Macau

Two things – egg tarts and meat jerky! That’s what I’ve been told. Never leave Macau without tasting these 2 delicacies. LORD STOW’S GARDEN CAFE (COLOANE) And so because we reached Macau Airport at 11:15AM, the first stop in my itinerary is lunch. I targeted to eat in the famed Lord Stow’s Garden Cafe in […]

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Sick and Sipping Soup at Pho Hoa

October 2, 2013

Rainy afternoon at 5PM. Two people with cough, cold and sinusitis ready to develop into full-blown flu. To go straight from work to home should be a good idea.  They decided a hot soup of ramen and freshly squeezed citrus drink should do better. Pho Hoa- though I first thought it to be a Chinese […]

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