It was in 1989 when I first set foot in Manaoag, Pangasinan for a thanksgiving pilgrimage with my parents. I remember waking up disoriented in a bus station. It was early morning and still dark; we were in an unfamiliar place. My young mind could not fully comprehend our purpose for going there but I knew it was a special journey.
Like fine wine, some restaurants are best reserved for special celebrations. Such is Wildflour Cafe. Thus, when we recently received good news, we immediately thought of celebrating it at Wildflour Cafe. We wanted for so long to try it but hadn’t had the time (and a good reason) to do it.
Because of our busy schedules and for practicality’s sake, gone are the days when we would just dine out on a whim. We do, however, still love to treat ourselves to occasional indulgences. We are most especially fond of unhurried dinners; taking our time to savor our food and enjoy leisurely bites.
Gatherings with friends have been a rarity these days because of our busy schedules. As such, we always make it a point to make our occasional meet ups celebratory. And […]
The art and science of cheese-making may have been shrouded in mystery because of its unclear history; some people claimed that gods brought cheese into being while various historians deemed […]
The churches in Nueva Ecija are just as grand as those in other provinces. Honestly though, I have not been to many churches in Nueva Ecija, hence, my excitement for […]
Tagaytay Highlands is probably one of the most recognizable landmarks in Tagaytay. It’s a premier mixed mountain resort and residential commune which combines leisure and rugged luxury amidst Tagaytay’s chilly […]
From Sta. Ana town, we proceeded to Arayat, still in Pampanga and land of the fabled enchantress Maria Sinukuan. At the town proper sits Sta. Catalina Church, a Renaissance- style […]
Sta. Ana Church in Sta. Ana town, Pampanga is a classically beautiful structure that is worthy of admiration and pride. Located along the highway in the town center, Sta. Ana […]
Food and travel invariably go together. To taste local signature cuisine is to have a bite of a region’s culture, heritage and way of life. When we recently visited Puerto Princesa City, we discovered that it had a lot to offer in terms of food, both exotic and familiar.
It was our last day in Puerto Princesa City. We were at Dos Palmas Island Resort & Spa to cap our week-long holiday in celebration of our second wedding anniversary. […]
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