El Nido has always been the beach in the Philippines that I wanted to see so that's why we took the chance to visit Palawan during our most recent holiday in the country. It was in April, summer time so it was the best season to go to the beach, yet it was busy - … Continue reading Travelling as a Couple: a 4D3N Itinerary in El Nido, Palawan
When asked of one thing that he would like to see in the Philippines, my husband would mention the rice terraces. The Banaue rice terraces are irrigated rice terraces in the mountains of north-central Luzon, created more than 2,000 years ago by the Ifugao people. In 1995 various sections of the terraces were designated … Continue reading Travelling as a Couple: A 3D2N Itinerary in Sagada
22 days before my last day at work, we held a small Halloween party at work. There were 6 teams and each should have had a representative for the costume contest. In 12 hours before the party, someone in the team where I belong asked me if I can represent our Poltergeist Team. I realized … Continue reading A Last-Minute Halloween Costume
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As a Filipina Fiancée of a man who grew up in the United Kingdom, I feel the need to bring Matt to places that they don't have in England. He had already been to many places around the world but I realized I should take him to awesome places in my own country whenever he … Continue reading Travelling as a Couple: 2 Nights in Puerto Gallera
Just last week, my mom, my baby boy and I went to DFA South – Alabang to get him a passport. He is 11 months so I didn't have to book him an appointment. Same thing goes for senior citizens but this post is about the easy steps we did to get a passport for … Continue reading How to get a Philippine Passport for Infants