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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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Early Morning at Mines View Park

November 7, 2017

As soon as I was able to buy a return ticket at Victory Liner to Cubao, I rode a taxi to Mines View Park. The morning feels were just perfect. There are not a lot of tourists in Mines View as early as 6am so I had the luxury of having the place to myself […]

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Celosia in Cebu’s Little Amsterdam

August 16, 2017

There are dreams which you don’t even know existed, so there they lurk in some deep packets of consciousness – deaf from serious calls to be realized. Dreams that are so sweet yet so silent they just easily pass away as wishful thinking. And then suddenly, you will be presented with a perfect opportunity to […]

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Jim Thompson House

August 11, 2017

Tips and What to Expect: In most significant rooms, where art pieces date close to a millennium, no photos are allowed. Foot wears are not allowed. There are dedicated shoe cabinets secured by locks given to tourists before the start of the tour Entrance fee is THB150 only and purchasing it from the house museum […]

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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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Flower Market: Pak Klong Talad

August 1, 2017
Pak Klong Talad

Two months and here I am still blabbing about the things I’ve seen. Needless to say, I enjoyed and learned a lot from that 6 days in Bangkok and thought I might share with you some of the same and peculiar. If anything, a scratch in the surface of Thailand’s rich culture and history has […]

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Retail Shopping in Bangkok

July 23, 2017
Finds outside of Platinum Mall, Bangkok

When they say you should get a life you don’t need a vacation from, I didn’t know I could obtain it with just the right job. So here I am in Bangkok for business, and during my free time, leisure. If I were to plan this trip solely for pleasure, I’ll surely love to go […]

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I Was Scammed in Bangkok

Tuk Tuk Scam

The backpack in front of you belongs to you; the backpack at your back belongs to someone else. That’s how you would want to approach being street-smart in Bangkok especially the touristy spots. That’s not the only way, though. Let me tell you my first-hand account here and how I was able to get out of […]

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