Thursday, December 1, 2016

Flytpack: Your handy travel buddy overseas

I usually set an expectation for myself when it comes to how often I should go online, especially when I'm traveling overseas. But in reality, setting expectations don’t always go as planned because I'd still find myself checking my Facebook feed, and posting photos on Instagram. This usually happens when I'm waiting for my food to be served or while I’m on transit. Anyway, I was recently in Thailand for my birthday/honeymoon. I wasn’t always glued to my phone, checking stuff online throughout the trip. But it still helped that I had a FLYTPACK router with me, which was a lifesaver during inopportune times on the road.


Monday, November 7, 2016

Relish Filipino Comfort Food at Braska

I love how some locally owned restaurants continue to offer Filipino cuisines in their menu, particularly those that solely serve native dishes. I do enjoy eating international foods and global cuisines. But nothing beats munching on homegrown meals that are infused with interesting twists, like what Braska does. Braska is a cozy restaurant that serves Filipino comfort food in Bohemian Malate.


Friday, November 4, 2016

ANGONO: A Gastronomic Destination in Rizal

Angono isn't just the Art Capital of the Philippines. It's also a gastronomic destination that prides on a great list of local eateries in Rizal. In between our visits to museums and galleries, we were treated to mouthwatering food and drinks, some of which I continue to dream and drool over up to this day.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Discover Angono: The Art Capital of the Philippines

Angono continues to uphold its name on being the Art Capital of the Philippines, as it’s brimming of noteworthy artworks, outstanding talents and more. The inspiring town will certainly give you a walk that's worth remembering, as the city is filled with museums and galleries that display impressive paintings and sculptures, and of streets lined with murals that pay tribute to its local artists. Best of all, Angono is also the home of the Oldest Artwork in the Philippines, the Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs. 


Saturday, October 29, 2016

A great line-up of activities await you at the Higantes Festival in Angono

Every year, Angono celebrates the Higantes Festival by honoring San Clemente, the patron saint of fishermen. If you're planning to visit the Art Capital of the Philippines, and intend to maximize your stay there, make sure to check the Higantes Festival schedule below:


Higantes Festival: Higanteng Pagdiriwang para sa Higanteng Pagkaka-isa

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