SIX YEARS!!! It’s been a good and great six, long years of LANGYAW.COM! Since the first post, with the photo of a still slender me that got published last 28 August 2007, much has been accomplished, places visited, and through the years, this blog has developed into something that I didn’t expect to be the travel blog it is today. I started LANGYAW.COM as a means to document my travels. As a means of sharing what I have experienced, what I have seen, what I…Continue Reading “ turns 6”

Who says eating vegetarian food is boring? Not until you sample Executive Chef Simon Sperling’s creations at the Waterfront Cebu City Hotal & Casino that you might swear to eat nothing but his vegetarian creations! What I like about it? Other than being healthy, the smorgasbord of delightful dishes not only teases your palate with the different textures and flavors, the wonderful colors and aroma is an overall sensory experience. It’s dining at its best without the guilt! The memorable food that I really liked?…Continue Reading “Waterfront Cebu’s Healthy food”

Have you been to the barko barko in Villaflor? Taz, a Facebook friend messaged me while I was online and in Oroquieta City. No. I answered. I googled it up and, swell, was all I could utter. The tricycle I rode to bring me to the barko-barko, the vernacular term that locals call the boat house in Barangay Villaflor, Oroquieta City motored at a moderate pace as I was looking out, admiring the many old houses built along the highway. One, two, three… and I…Continue Reading “Unique barko-barko house of Oroquieta City”

It was my first time to partake in a dessert buffet. And I mean bite sized chocolate truffles and pralines to nibble or bite, colorful macarons with different and interesting flavors, creme brulee, mousses and the like. But no, there were no cakes. Just these gorgeous little desserts on sticks, on shot glass or pica-pica. This was Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino’s event at beautiful Treff in introducing their new pastry chef, Chef Schihab Ahmed, a Maldivian whose expertise goes a long way and…Continue Reading “Sinful desserts at the Waterfront Hotel”

I’ve only scratched the surface of Marawi City, my second visit when I went back there last June as part of my 1828 KM travel around West Mindanao. But more importantly, I was looking for a torogan, a traditional Maranao royal house for a magazine feature. Mindanao State University is the first stop for any such cultural explorations. While I got leads already, on who to contact about the torogan, I never passed the opportunity to visit the Aga Khan Museum Marawi, located at the…Continue Reading “The Aga Khan Museum Marawi City”