A Korean Temple Down South

Manila Buddhist Meditation Temple or more commonly known as Korean Temple in Silang, Cavite has been stirring a buzz in social media lately. Since the hype for Korean dramas resurfaced, Filipino fans have been going gaga over everything Korean—restaurants, outfits, hairstyles, skin care. I cannot blame them, though. I’m not such a big fan myself…… Continue reading A Korean Temple Down South

Fantasy World: The Abandoned Castle Of Batangas

I remember driving down to a beach in Nonong Castro with my family when I was about eight years old. A friend of Papa owns the resort, so we used to go back a couple of times more. I would play by the black shores, make sand castles, and collect seashells. Then on our way…… Continue reading Fantasy World: The Abandoned Castle Of Batangas

Exploring Pangasinan

2018 was off to a good start for me. So far, I’m doing good. Aside from the fact that I am still having a hard time losing my extra pounds from last year, I can say that all has been well. First off, I have been traveling a lot with my family lately. This is…… Continue reading Exploring Pangasinan

The National Shrine Of Our Lady Of Peace And Good Voyage

The Antipolo Cathedral, also known as National Shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage, is one of the most well-known destinations in Antipolo. It is also a popular pilgrimage site among Catholics in the Philippines and other neighboring countries. The church was first established and was governed by the Jesuits in 1591. The…… Continue reading The National Shrine Of Our Lady Of Peace And Good Voyage

Where To Stay In San Juan, La Union

We stayed in La Union for 3 nights and we decided to hop from one hostel to another to maximize our experience. We wish we could stay longer, but of course, our time and money would not permit us. Anyway, during our brief time in La Union, we stayed in Vessel Hostel, Flotsam and Jetsam…… Continue reading Where To Stay In San Juan, La Union