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New Orleans Cebu Jumbo shakes, interestingly refreshing

Oysters, shrimps, and pork sausages are mainstays – that was the only info I have about Creole cooking. I never tried one either, and was never curious. Aside from being rare in the Philippines, only few restaurants specialize such cuisine – most of them are too pricey. Creole traces back to Louisiana, more particularly in Big Easy or New Orleans. You may think of haunted houses, vampire movies, all-night parties, and the Mardi Gras. My Read more

Malapascua's North Beach front

Malapascua is one of the smallest inhabited island of the Philippines. It only measures 2.5 by 1 kilometer. Being home thresher sharks, manta rays, and diverse coral species, Malapascua became a famous dive site. The island is also a host to multiple white-sand beaches and interesting rock formations. Malapascua, by the way, floats 6.8 kilometers northeast of Cebu island. I’ve been hearing recommendations to go see Malapascua the past few Read more

Sambawan Island, Maripipi, Biliran

One Friday eve, I went to Cebu’s port and got on a ferry bound for Palompon, Leyte. Everything was just random and had no fix itinerary in mind. However, what I had been thinking that moment was spending a night camp in Kalanggaman, an island floating off the coast of the boat’s destination. Short Introduction of my Random Trip The dawn chilled a bit as I walk around Palompon. The town was Read more

Hickory Mustard Wings by Gibbs Hot Wings

The second to the last stop of the first ever Cebu Food Crawl, a foodie event organized by Cebu Bloggers’ Society (CBS), was Gibbs Hot Wings. I have no idea what to expect. But the idea of having a hot and spicy treat after almost a day of great munch is worth anticipating. After our coffee break, we were drove to the Streetscape Lifestyle Mall branch of the Gibbs’. Coy Oliva, Read more

Hand-rolled Truffles

The shop seats seemingly ordinary at first glance. Unassuming. The glass that separates the house of sweets from the outside refracts the day light, creating a glossy tint, which eventually reduces the transparency. You could not get an apparent view of what is actually inside. The Chocolate Chamber Boutique Behind the fragile walls is The Chocolate Chamber. Initially, you may wonder if it either sells your favorite Belgian chocolates or Read more

Le Monet Hotel in Camp John Hay is one of the most recommended hotel in Baguio City

No one disputes Baguio City as the summer capital of the Philippines. Because of such fame, many other temperate communities around the country call themselves little Baguio. Though there are many other cooler places around; Sagada and Banaue, to name a few, Baguio still remains the place to go for the majority of Filipino vacationers. With a climate that may go as low as 8 °C from December to February, Read more

 

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