Category Archives: Travel

Puto, Ice Candy, Awesome Sunset and other weekend adventures

ka edong/ July 1, 2012/ Travel/ 3 comments

I spent my weekend with Rezza and my family in Baguio. We shared meals together, shared stories, had meals together and … had more meals together! ;-) We travelled to Pangasinan last Saturday. To my parents’ hometowns – Lingayen where my father grew up and Dagupan where my mom grew up. Here’s a roundup of some of our adventures. Pangasinan

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Where to, More Fun in the Philippines Meme?

ka edong/ January 10, 2012/ Reflections, Travel/ 0 comments

It’s been 5 days since the launch of the new Philippine tourism campaign, “It’s more fun in the Philippines“. It’s been very exciting for me seeing the developments in the campaign. I especially like how so many of Filipinos have taken the campaign to heart and into their own hands. We’re seeing hundreds of user-generated campaign photos coming out. And

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It’s more fun in the Philippines!

ka edong/ January 8, 2012/ Travel/ 0 comments

Here’s my contribution to the campaign . In the meantime, will dream up some more …. more fun in the Philippines. Links: How to make your own “Its more fun in the Philippines” photos: Collection of photos (curated by Anton Diaz): Incoming search terms:its more fun in the philippines (244)more fun in the philippines (69)its more fun

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Blogger Invitation: Paradizoo power of three

ka edong/ March 4, 2011/ Travel/ 5 comments

Hi Blogger Friends, Sharing an invitation to fellow-bloggers. Let me know if you’re interested, I can help you join the event as part of the bloggers contingent. Warmest Greetings! We are pleased to introduce “Paradizoo” the newest destination South of Manila and an affiliate of Residence Inn hotel and mini zoo in Tagaytay City. Paradizoo  is a 10 hectare rolling

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Salcedo and Legaspi Weekend Markets

ka edong/ June 21, 2009/ Travel/ 4 comments

There’s a lot happening in the weekend markets of Salcedo Village and Legaspi Village in Makati. So many food stalls that you don’t find in your regular mall, a lot of Filipino food as well as international cuisine. The aroma of spices, flowers, oils, inihaw is wonderful as you walk through the market under the shade of some acacia trees.

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