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The Coffee Project at Evia Lifestyle Center, Where Coffee and Books Fit Together.

Coffee Project, a coffee chain that is becoming popular among coffee lovers nowadays because of its nature-inspired interiors, recently opened its 42nd branch at Evia Lifestyle Center at Daang Hari Road, Las Pinas. But, wait, coffee lovers, this branch is an extraordinarily Instagram-worthy coffee shop teamed-up with Fully Booked, and was named Coffee Project Black.… Continue reading The Coffee Project at Evia Lifestyle Center, Where Coffee and Books Fit Together.

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A Relaxing Staycation By the Bay at the Diamond Hotel Philippines

I always plan an out of the country trip during December as a Christmas gift to my family, but since I cannot go abroad this holiday season due to my health condition, I thought of a relaxing staycation would do anyway. Staycations are becoming popular nowadays, especially for families that need bonding moments due to… Continue reading A Relaxing Staycation By the Bay at the Diamond Hotel Philippines

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Chinatown Museum: A Closer Look at the Old Binondo

Chinatown Museum Located inside the Lucky Chinatown Mall along Binondo, Manila, the Chinatown Museum is a must-visit museum in the Philippines. The museum holds the histories of Binondo, the world's oldest Chinatown, with stories to tell from the 1500s up to the present time. Chinatown museum features 18 galleries that focus on various influences and… Continue reading Chinatown Museum: A Closer Look at the Old Binondo

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Day Tour at Fushimi Inari-Taisha Shrine Kyoto, Japan

Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine Our first on the list must see places in Kyoto is the Fushimi Inari Shrine. Probably the most iconic landmark in Japan and has been one of the top tourist attractions of Kyoto. In fact, it is the #1 tourist attraction in Japan for five years in a row, according to… Continue reading Day Tour at Fushimi Inari-Taisha Shrine Kyoto, Japan

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Foodie Review: Mr. Roboto Japanese Themed Restaurant Alabang

Sundays are meant to spend with family. There is always something new to learn and feel each Sunday. This is why we looked for a different and new feels one Sunday at Alabang Town Center. After we attended mass at Saint Jerome Emiliani Church, we looked for a restaurant that will satisfy our Asian food… Continue reading Foodie Review: Mr. Roboto Japanese Themed Restaurant Alabang

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Awesome Places we Visited in Vienna, Austria

Wien (Vienna), Austria From Milano Centrale to Wien Hauptbahnhof station via Trenitalia was the most exciting train ride we ever experienced. We left Milan at 8 PM, Arrived at Wein Hauptbahnhof at around 9AM. We traveled on a winter with a temperature that ranged from 6 to 9 degrees. This is the best part of… Continue reading Awesome Places we Visited in Vienna, Austria

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A Visit to Nara Deer Park Japan

Nara Park is a public park in Japan that is famous for its population of wild deer scattered and freely roaming around the park. This is one of the reasons why this park is full of tourists, local and foreign. It is one of the oldest parks in Japan, established in 1880. It is located… Continue reading A Visit to Nara Deer Park Japan

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Carmen Copper Corporation Mine Museum Tour Toledo City Cebu

Carmen Copper Corporation Just a few months ago, we visited the Carmen Copper Corporation mine site and museum in Toledo City, Cebu. I never thought this kind of museum existed in the Philippines but, I was surprised that we have one in here. It is the first and only mining museum in the Philippines and… Continue reading Carmen Copper Corporation Mine Museum Tour Toledo City Cebu

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Museum and Labyrinth at Capilla Sta. Ana Toledo City Cebu

Capilla Sta. Ana Our newly discovered tourist attraction in Toledo City is the Capilla Sta. Ana. It is a private chapel and museum owned by William Overs, an Irish-Canadian, now deceased, and Lilian Yared Overs, a Toledo native. The fully air-conditioned chapel houses religious icons, relics of saints, antique statues, and Renaissance paintings sourced mainly… Continue reading Museum and Labyrinth at Capilla Sta. Ana Toledo City Cebu

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Foodie Review: Eat Yourself Bankrupt at Robinson’s Place Manila

"Kuidaore" literally means 'to eat oneself into bankruptcy'. It is an expression used to describe Osaka people's obsession about every delicacies they could afford.Our Osaka trip last June 2019 gave me an idea how Japanese take their food seriously. To validate this, you may click my Osaka blog 👉Dotonbori and Shinsekai Best Food Experience in… Continue reading Foodie Review: Eat Yourself Bankrupt at Robinson’s Place Manila

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Foodie Review: Pound by Todd English at Robinson’s Place Manila

Pound by Todd English Specializes in burgers and sliders with a variety of cheeses and add ons to choose from. This restaurant can be mistakenly identified as one of the classy restaurants inside Robinson's Place Manila. From the ceiling down to the floor, this place is a sure hit for those who are looking for… Continue reading Foodie Review: Pound by Todd English at Robinson’s Place Manila

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Dotonbori Area and Shinsekai District: Best Food Experience in Osaka

Traveling for food? CNN Travel (CNN International travel website), releases an article about World Cuisine: 10 best food culture. Included on the list is Japan as one of the best country to visit for food. We survived our stay in Osaka by eating mostly a convenience store food from Family Mart, 7/11 and Lawson where… Continue reading Dotonbori Area and Shinsekai District: Best Food Experience in Osaka