All Hail, Fatburger

Four years ago, I experimented on the idea of living in an isolated island for work. Back then, my fellow urbanites and I who lived in this remote island suffered from this phenomena wherein we would fantasize and salivate for a burger. One time, this well-loved Filipino fast-food chain had a pop-up booth in the…

All treats and no tricks at Katherine’s Cafe this Halloween

Halloween is one of Katherine’s favorite holidays, and it’s right around the corner! She loves it because it’s the only day she gets to dress up in scary costumes and get candies for it! Whether you celebrate the occasion like Katherine, wearing your scariest (or cutest) costume, or carrying on as your usual self, one…

Cube Coffee for Coffee Snobs

You would know if you are drinking a proper coffee if it tastes nutty, fruity or chocolaty.  A real coffee shop should make you appreciate these flavors even with the milk, cream, and sugar. Good coffee has it’s own sweetness when roasted in the way then ground and brewed to perfection. This is what Cube Coffee is…

Experience Gastronomic Delight at Mews

Mews was surprisingly empty on a Saturday afternoon when we were there. To me, it was either an omen that the food tastes terrible or it was really just destiny that we were to have the place by ourselves that day. I took this as another revelatory food adventure. I am a simple eater and…

Let’s travel with Caiisian

It’s been three years since I backpacked Southeast Asia and everything about that trip was long forgotten until two weeks ago, I was invited by my friend to check out Caiisian, a newly opened food joint at R20 FoodHub on Mindanao Ave, Project 8 in Quezon City. This low key food place brought back some…

Sweet Hike at Mt.Manalmon and Mt Gola

When I signed up for Mt. Manalmon and Mt. Gola day hike, I wasn’t aware that both mountains are located in Biak na Bato Nature Park, San Miguel, Bulacan. If it doesn’t ring a bell, it was one of the historical places where the Filipino revolutionaries secretly gathered during the Spanish regime. Nowadays, Biak na…

Dugong Watching and Vicky’s Guesthouse

I lived in Coron for two years, and to me, one of the things that a nature lover or traveler should include in their bucket list is Dugong watching. If you are done with the usual Coron island tours, I highly suggest this activity. For those who are not familiar with what kind of creature…