Nueva Ecija: The New Tourist Farm-Life Destination

Nueva Ecija: The New Tourist Farm-Life Destination

Being a landlocked province in the Philippines, Nueva Ecija is one place that would never struck your mind when it comes to thinking of places to go and visit. You may be thinking “So what can we even do there?” But here we will show you that despite being a seemingly undeveloped province, you’ll still find some interesting things to…
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North’s Best: Cagayan’s All-Time Favorite Specialties

North’s Best: Cagayan’s All-Time Favorite Specialties

Although Cagayan Valley is not that much known, it can also be a good place to go. Other than the interesting places where you can be while in the province, people’s creativity has also came up with delicious delicacies that made people come back often. This has also caught interest to many and made them flock in Cagayan just to…
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Undying Fashion: Filipino Traditional Costumes

Undying Fashion: Filipino Traditional Costumes

Amidst all the fashion trends that arise today, we all go back to one common type of clothing when it comes to digging deeper into our culture and history. Looking back to the roots, here are the traditional costumes that Filipinos used to wear in the early times.   Barong Tagalog: Officially declared as the national costume of Filipino men,…
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Caldereta: A Taste of the Filipino Home

Caldereta: A Taste of the Filipino Home

Mostly can be seen in the Philippines are dishes that are paired with rice. The Filipinos are “rice people” mainly because it is one of the country’s produce. These dishes are made to be perfectly delicious, just right for the Filipino taste buds. What’s good about these dishes is that they are easy to prepare, the ingredients are not that…
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Barbecue Street Foods: Only in the Philippines!

Barbecue Street Foods: Only in the Philippines!

Eating is one thing that Filipinos love to do. The creation and recreation of Filipino foods has been so undying that in every corner of the country abundant dishes and exotic foods are found. Here in the Philippines, all Filipinos know of one definitely delicious food that has been the country’s favorite. There are many terms of these, but commonly…
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A to Z: The Dictionary of a Filipino Home

A to Z: The Dictionary of a Filipino Home

Commonly, we know that “bahay kubo” is a term used for a Filipino home. But aside from that, what other terms do you know about it? What are the components of a traditional Filipino home? Are they still called “living room”, “kitchen”, or “terrace”? Here is a short list of the different terms used in a Filipino home.   AZOTEA…
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Meet and Greet the City of Mati!

Meet and Greet the City of Mati!

It is very interesting that new discoveries for places are never ending. Somewhere in the south, Mati, Davao Oriental is getting the eye of many because it offers mesmerizing nature sights, untouched beaches and abundant in different cultures. Although they are located at the other end of the country, many are still heading to travel south just to discover the…
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10 Thousand Roses Café: A Taste from the Queen City of the South

10 Thousand Roses Café: A Taste from the Queen City of the South

Do you envy and at the same time adore those you see in movies where they would have a good time with a garden of roses? Only in the Queen City of the South is a paradise – like garden with all blooming 10, 000 White Roses! Cebu is treasure with unlimited offers of beautiful beaches, rivers, waterfalls, and even…
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Hospitality: The Core of a Filipino Soul

Hospitality: The Core of a Filipino Soul

Are you lost in the middle on the night and could not find your way? Knock on a poor man’s house and he will give you a shelter, serve you with the best dish available in his kitchen, and even offer his single sized bed to you and will instead sleep on the floor. Seems impossible? Here in the Philippines,…
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Sorbetes: Pinoy’s Very Own Adaptation of Ice Cream

Sorbetes: Pinoy’s Very Own Adaptation of Ice Cream

Especially as a young Filipino kid, days are not complete without hearing the ring of a hand bell by “mamang sorbetero” and rushing towards him to hand a 5 or ten peso coin in exchange for a cone of deliciously known as dirty ice cream. Upon hearing, you may be thinking it is literally dirty, but it is actually just…
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