I got a travel tip for you this week. During my stay in Singapore, I compiled the best places for you to take your Instagram p￼hotos.Continue reading
We come again to another pasalubong special for people who like to travel and give gifts whenever they return back home to their loved ones. This is why travelling is #MoreFunInThePhilippines because even those left behind are still able to partake a slice of experience the traveler had by accepting his/her gifts! It has become an unspoken tradition to any Filipino travelling locally or internationally to give gifts upon his/her return. These gifts are called pasalubongs. Any gifts can range from food, clothes, to key chains. You name it! Let me orient you with these affordable pasalubong (gifts) ideas without going bankrupt.Continue reading
I often go to a coffee shop and spend my time either reviewing or researching back when I was still in college. However, today now that I’m a working girl, I don’t sit and sip, instead, buy a drink and speed my way down the road. The busy times are catching up with people like me and don’t have the luxury to stay put at one place. Coffee Project leveled up it’s game and crafted it’s interior into a beautiful piece of art. This made me think about allotting time for coffee and rest and besides, who doesn’t want to stay at this cafe for a while?
Since the Christmas Holidays are about to start, people are getting busy in preparation for this festive season. From setting up Christmas decorations at home to buying Christmas gifts for loved ones, Filipinos love to celebrate! It’s better to shop early than stall it for next month because there will be a lot of people hoarding those cheap deals especially at Noel’s Bazaar. Of course, let’s not forget Christ’s love and spirit of giving which is the heart of what Christmas is all about.