Heyyah, Lounger! I hope you’re having a fabulous day! I love tomatoes because they are natural cosmetics. When I was a kid, my father used to tell me to eat tomatoes so my skin would glow. Right! I grew up in frugality, and my father always cooked us this dish—a very Asian-Filipino meal. I’m happy... Continue Reading →
5 Amazing Places to Visit in Angeles City
Angeles City is a small urban city situated in Central Luzon, Philippines. It is the home of the Angeles Heritage District, a place featuring Museo ning Angeles and Santo Rosario Church. Angelenos are known for being religious and God-fearing people. Here are the five recommended places to visit first, if you are bound to the City of Angels in Pampanga, Philippines.
25 Reasons Why to Visit the Philippines
Today is a great time to research and plan for your next after pandemic relaxation and ultimate vacation. Before you even check the usual tourist destinations in North and South America or Europe, I highly recommend you check my home country - The Philippines! It may sound bias to you but let me first give... Continue Reading →
Fish Curry Recipe Filipino Version
What a great Monday! One of the perks of being an ex-pat or traveling worldwide is discovering new cultures, traditions, and dishes. Indian cuisines are close to my heart since I’m currently based in Dubai, UAE. I’ve met many amazing and talented Indians who have introduced me to their food. My hubby and I visited... Continue Reading →
Getting Smart on Philippine Money
Traveling abroad is both exciting and nerve-racking. If you're planning a trip to the Philippines for the first time, you've come to the right place to learn about the local currency. Of course, you must be familiar with and understand the value of the Philippine Peso. Don't worry, I got your back! It's so easy!... Continue Reading →
12 Filipino Words That Will Make Your Philippines Travel at Ease
Several nationalities are in love with the Philippines as one of the best South-East Asian countries. Its geography offers thousands of adventures to backpackers and local and international tourists. This country is an archipelago composed of about 7,640 islands, and it is a megadiverse country. Because of its geographical structure, the Philippines has several ethnic... Continue Reading →
5 Filipinism that I am Proud of
Filipinism refers to a set of words or phrases that are misused in proper English grammar. Still, this is how, in general, Filipinos speak English in their native tongue. It’s part of the culture. Primarily some phrases or words don’t have an exact translation in the English language. But on this blog, I'd like to... Continue Reading →
Where is Self-Discipline?
"Sa ikauunlad ng bayan, disiplina ang kailangan" stated by Former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos after he declared martial law. Translated to English, "For the nation's development, discipline is needed." It was on September 21, 1972, when the official date of Marcos's dictatorship began. Many activists during the People Power Revolution of the year 1986 dismissed his... Continue Reading →
Villa Angela Heritage House
Villa Angela Heritage House is situated at 26 Quirino Blvd., Gen. Tinio, Vigan City, Ilocos Sur. It has free spacious parking in front of the heritage house and is only a few meters away from the main attractions of Vigan City. The most popular tourist attraction nearby is Calle Crisologo, which is only 290 meters away. At the entrance door, you will be welcomed by the gorgeous antique furniture, beautiful wooden parquet, mesmerizing bizarre pictures, and collectibles!