With the hope of bringing together different religions and beliefs through good food, Hijo Estate Resort‘s The Spot in Tagum City now prides itself as one of the newest Halal certified restaurants in the Davao Region.
The Spot recently introduced their newest Halal menu that offers locally sourced, yet globally inspired cuisines from the indigenous people of theRead More »
I’m not a party goer. I’m that kind of girl who would rather stay in on a Saturday night and drown myself with flicks. I don’t have much to say about my “nightlife” other than maybe getting my first taste of alcohol on a Kadayawan night and finding myself vomiting at the gate of our house. I woke up with a bad headache and a realization that I will never be friends with that kind of “life”. But when I was offered the chance to go to the Summerfrolic, I surprised myself by saying yes!
So, there I was, a socially awkward girl dancing in a sea of party people past my bedtime. I danced to the beat, got covered withRead More »
In my previous post, I promised to take you with me to my Guimaras adventure, so here it is.
On our second day in Iloilo, my sister and I woke up bright and early to grab some batchoy. Yes, batchoy again. We took a Jeepney from our hotel going to La Paz Market. We stopped by the main entrance of the market where you will immediately see a line of mini restaurants offering batchoy. We settled for Read More »
This is a long overdue post, but let me travel back in time to one of the highlights of my 2015 – my little adventure in Iloilo City.
Last December, one of my closest friends in college got hitched and she gave me the honor of being one of her bridesmaids. She and her family are now residing in Roxas City, Capiz, so I had to travel there for her big day. I brought my sister along with me because I didn’t want to travel alone.