Friday, October 30, 2015

Marikina City: What to see in the Shoe Capital of the Philippines #SapatosFestival2015

I had the privilege of participating in the Grand Marikina Tour last October 24, which was organized in time for the Sapatos Festival. Along with notable media people and Marikina bloggers, we were taken around the city by the wonderful Public Information Office team (special mention to Charlie and Ela), and the very bubbly Mr. Brian Tenorio


After our short briefing, we proceeded to our first Shoe Factory in Marikina: Bristol Shoes. I've been to the city several times since 2014, as I've been managing a small shoe venture as well. Not that I'm looking to transfer suppliers, but I never really had the chance to explore its neighboring businesses. So it was a nice opportunity to get acquainted with other shoemakers who were also into manufacturing and distribution.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Take a DIY Heritage Walk Tour when in Roxas City #CaptivatingCapiz

I love doing walking tours, as it gives me a chance to grasp and recognize all the noteworthy sites at a steady pace, just like the Heritage Walk in Roxas City (formerly called Capiz). It may have been a short trip. But I definitely enjoyed the nearby attractions, as each one was remarkable and travel worthy. 


Tuesday, October 20, 2015

#CaptivatingCapiz - Experience the Cadimahan-Libotong River Tour in Roxas City

I had the privilege of meeting some of the people who manage the Cadimahan-Libotong River Project. Other than being recognized as one of the major tourist attractions in Roxas City, this particular undertaking is also known for promoting Eco-cultural tourism and more.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

#CaptivatingCapiz – Where To Stay and Dine in Capiz

Capiz, the Center of Seafood Trip Tourism in the Country, was not an immediate destination in my list of places to see in the Philippines. I’ve been allergic to crustaceans for as long as I could remember, so I delayed the idea of traveling to the province. But when an opportunity to visit the seafood capital was offered to me, I just couldn’t say no. And it was one of the best decisions yet, as exploring parts of Capiz showed me so many interesting places and eats, several of which I would’ve missed if I overlooked the chance to explore the booming region.


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