Bohol Bee Farm

I've read a lot of good feedback about the organic food at Bohol Bee Farm, and nothing much about the "bee farm" itself hehe!    But that's okay, I don't think I'll enjoy the farm tour too because by the time we got there it's past lunch and we're hungry so all we could think of was food! Without much ado, let me show you what we had and my usual satisfaction rating (with 5 ... READ MORE

Goodnight Cebu, Hello Bohol

AJ and I chose to have night flight out from Manila to Cebu last Thursday because of the long lenten break and we wanted to avoid the traffic and the long line at the airport. There was no traffic or line at the airport at all.  NAIA Terminal 2 looked almost deserted with very few people waiting for their flights. We traveled light. I always bring a book with ... READ MORE

10 Things I miss about Cebu/Bohol

Happy Easter, everyone!   I hope you all had a nice and meaningful lenten break last week. AJ and I got back from Cebu yesterday and it's only now that we are feeling the exhaustion from all the traveling that we did while in Cebu and Bohol.    So I took a day off from work today to rest and recharge for longer office hours that I will be having starting this week - what ... READ MORE

Off to the Pearl of the South

AJ and I will fly off to Cebu later to spend the Holy Week there.   I've finished packing this morning.   I love, love my colorful Cath Kidston bags!   The bag stroller was bought at the Landmark for just P350.00.    Why didn't I thought of this before?  Now we don't have to worry about carrying the travel bag (I realized how physically taxing it was when I brought it with me ... READ MORE

An Overnight Stay at Naga and Legazpi

I was in the Bicol Region last Friday for work.  We stayed overnight at Naga then traveled to Legazpi early on Saturday to visit our branch office and then see the majestic Mayon Volcano. This trip gave me an opportunity to use this Cath Kidston travel bag that I got as a gift last Christmas.   It's very roomy and easy to carry.  But it would've been better if there were ... READ MORE

Baguio Country Club

Last December I was in Baguio to attend a conference, and was able to enjoy the cold weather that it is popular for.  Although the coldest months there are really January and February, the December weather already kept me in my sweater for most of the day. We visited Baguio Country Club where we had our lunch and to check out its surroundings.  The last time I was there was ... READ MORE

Day 2 in Ilocos: Laoag and Pagudpud (continuation)

In my last post about our 2nd day in Ilocos, I mentioned about Paoay's best secret.  It's none other than their famous sand dunes and Kuya Jeremy really urged us to give it a try as it's an experience that we will never forget. When we made a brief stop over at the Paoay Lake Viewdeck, Kuya Jeremy by then has sold us the idea of seeing the sand dunes and going for the ... READ MORE

Day 2 in Ilocos: Laoag and Pagudpud

Our 2nd day in Ilocos was spent at Laoag and Pagudpud.   The travel to Laoag from Vigan was approximately 2 hours and we were arrived in Laoag shortly before 8 a.m. A visit to Laoag won't be complete without seeing the Paoay Church, famous for its distinct architecture highlighted by the enormous buttresses on the sides and back of the building (from Wikipedia). Next we ... READ MORE