If you’re looking for a hearty meal in Davao City, I suggest you visit Trellis ‘n Vines. It was one of our stops during the Davao Food Appreciation Tour (DFAT) 2011 and it’s where I was able to drink a unique mixed fruit shake made of watermelon, banana, mango and avocado.
Last month, I was invited to try out the new Figaro Frost flavors. Always a favorite of mine to order in Figaro, this definitely adds more reason for me to go to this home-grown coffee shop more often. So aside from the Mocha, Caramel and Strawberry Frosts, you now have White Chocolate Macadamia, Chocolate Cookie,… Read More »
Here’s something that I wish Dunkin Donuts Philippines have in their stores – the Coolatta. I was able to drink this at the Singapore airport while waiting for our flight to board for Siem Reap. If I remember it right, it costs around SGD 2.50 so that’s roughly almost PHP 100.
To compliment my previous post on Visita Iglesia churches, I thought I’d share with you my Guimaras Island trip last January. If you’re going to Guimaras Island, you’d have to go take a boat from Parola (to get to Buenavista) or Ortiz Port (to get to Jordan). Tourists typically take the Jordan Port route which… Read More »
Are you looking for a place to hang out along Session Road in Baguio? Then you should check out Zola Resto Cafe. I like going to this place whenever I’m in Baguio primarily because they have free WiFi and also, because they serve amazing shakes.
If ever you find yourself inside Gaisan Mall in General Santos City, I highly recommend that you check out Port Cafe at the second floor. It’s a spacious dining place and home to probably one of the best chocolate shakes I’ve ever tasted.
I attended the Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta 2011 in Clark, Pampanga last February 12 and I could say that it was an overall fun day for me. I was in the venue from 6:00 AM until 8:00 PM – walking around taking pictures, chatting with friends whom I’d accidentally meet there, eating and drinking… Read More »
Surviving the tests of time, El Ideal Bakery and Refreshments stands strong in the heart of Silay City in Negros Occidental. Established in the 1920′s by Mr. Cesar Locsin y Lacson, it’s the best place to rest and unwind after visiting and looking at all the old houses and museums in the city. A historical… Read More »