If there’s one thing that I like when I’m in the province, it’s eating the local food. And, based on previous trips up north, one of the things I look forward to is seafood, especially if the province is by the water (case in point: Batanes). However, the ironic thing here is, when we asked… Read More The Ilocos Journals – Foodtrip: Cafe Leona @ Vigan, Ilocos Sur
Once in Vigan, it’s pretty easy to get around – by foot, by car, by jeep, etc. However, if you want to go around a little differently, then you can hire a kalesa, or a horse-drawn carriage, for about a hundred bucks per hour. Yeah, it’s kinda expensive, but it’s a fun way to go… Read More The Ilocos Journals – Going Around Vigan
One challenge I always put off when going on travels is looking for a place to stay in. However, it’s a necessity and it’s something you have to book as early as possible – especially if a national holiday is just around the corner. So when we decided to go north for this year’s trip,… Read More The Ilocos Journals – Hotel Luna @ Vigan, Ilocos Sur
I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that I would be posting a roadtrip the hubby and I took recently to the north of the Philippines. I will be writing a series of posts regarding the places we visited and, of course, try my best to post pictures 🙂 And so, the roadtrip started out… Read More The Ilocos Journals – The Santa Maria Church
A couple of months back, I attended a yoga retreat/bootcamp from our studio, Urban Ashram Yoga in Sinagtala Farm Resort, a relatively new resort within a stone’s throw away from Manila (around a 4-hour drive tops). On our visit, there were a couple of attractions that were already open for public use – the pool,… Read More Sinagtala Farm Resort – Orani, Bataan
I am not perfect. Not that I’m saying anyone is haha Each and every time I go some of my older posts, there is always something that catches my attention with how I’ve written it – wrong punctuation mark, verb tenses, heck even spelling! Since I often just publish my articles right after writing them,… Read More Launching my version of grammar police pics!
Camping had always been a compulsory annual activity in my grade school and high school life. So is being part of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines. Yes, in our school, it was NOT a club activity; it’s a part of our GRADED curriculum and a big part of our adventures is to attend the… Read More Camping, Surfing, and Chillin’ at Easy Adventure/The Conservatory at Charlie’s Point, Baler, Aurora