Month: August 2017

Events

PSID Celebrates Golden Anniversary with Graduation Exhibit

Five decades of excellence in Interior Design education, and still, the Philippine School of Interior Design continuously soars and remains to be the undisputed premiere school for Interior Design. In its 50 years, the school has produced some of the finest interior designers in the industry and students who continuously top the board exams every […]

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Lifestyle

For Foodies Who Flip Pages

Foodies with a passion for reading can satisfy their literary hunger at the 38th Manila International Book Fair (MIBF), slated on Sept. 13-17, at the SMX Convention Center. The country’s biggest and longest-running book fair with the largest and most varied collection of literature for leisure and academic reading, including best-selling novels, to textbooks, to […]

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Events

Dinagyang Festival 2018 schedule

January is fast approaching and Iloilo City is now in full swing preparing for the grandest Dinagyang Festival ever. This 2018 the City of Love will be celebrating the 50th year of the Dinagyang Festival.

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Events

Masskara Festival 2017 schedule CONFIRMED

October is just around the corner and soon enough Bacolod City known for its moniker as the City of Smiles is set to celebrate the happiest festival in the Philippines. Each year thousands including Photographers and costume designers drove to the city to experience a once in a lifetime event.

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Events
Food

Take A Walk in the Village of Flavors at Westgate Center

At Westgate Center in Alabang, Muntinlupa City, people not only get to taste various scrumptious flavors,  but also experience the relaxed, cool environment that the South is known for. With open spaces, pockets of greenery, fun water fountains for kids to play in, Westgate Center is the perfect setting for a relaxing lunch/ dinner with […]

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Events

Win your Dream Trip with KLM!

Dreaming of walking along the stretch of Las Ramblas in Barcelona or be a Samba dancer for a day in Rio de Janeiro or simply marvel at the old world that is New Delhi?

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Health

A day on the life of an End Stage Kidney Disease Patient

Let’s rewind a little bit. I was at the prime of my blogging career then.  Traveling has been literally a part of my life. Flying 3-4x a week is a normal thing. Then  around last quarter of 2015 I felt something is wrong.  My toes got enlarged due to water retention and slowly my stomach […]

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Uncategorized

4th Human Resources Congress for Tourism Sector Set

The Tourism Industry Board Foundation, Inc. (TIBFI), in cooperation with the Department of Tourism (DoT) and the Technical Education Skills Development Authority (TESDA), will mount the “4th Tourism Human Resources Congress” on Sept. 25-27, at the Grand Xing Imperial Hotel in Iloilo City. To be held primarily to help update knowledge in best global practices […]

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Food

Pilgrimage to the culinary institutions of negrense cooking : Quan Delicacies

Immediately after our sumptuous lunch, Annie May and I booked an Uber and headed straight to Dian street in Makati for snacks. Our destination was Quan’s Delicacies. Annie May and I

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Food

Pilgrimage to the culinary institutions of Negrense cooking: Aida’s Chicken Inasal

First of two parts I was recently in Makati for a client meeting and part of rhe plan was to meet fellow negrense blogger Annie May for a brief chit chat. We agreed to meet at Makati Conema Square in what is known as the ground zero of authentic Bacolod Inasal cooking!

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