Ang Langyaw, or the blogger behind Langyaw.com will be part of two special events in Cebu City and Naga City! This almost back-to-back events will all be speaking engagements wherein I will be talking about travel writing and blogging in the Cebu event and about social media in the Bicol event. Cebu Literary Festival 2016 The Cebu Literary Festival 2016 is a full day event of everything literary — talks, moderated conversations, books music and poetry events! Together with fellow travel blogger Jona Branzuela Bering…Continue Reading “Ang Langyaw as panelist in Cebu LitFest 2016 & speaker at Bicol Tourism Summit”

I was in a race for time as I alighted from the jeepney that I rode from the junction of Narvacan, chasing an almost hidden waterfall in Abra. Darn, I missed the yellow house and instead, went beyond it and after the blind curve where there were houses and it was well into the afternoon. I asked the people who were ogling me from their verandas. Where is the waterfalls? How do I get there? I asked politely. Ah, the waterfalls. Just follow the trail…Continue Reading “An almost hidden waterfall in Abra”

Comfort. Design. Service. Three words that I love about Sheraton Bandung Hotel & Towers. After a long day’s tour and going around Bandung, enjoying the sites, the food and architecture, nothing beats the cozy comfort that the hotel’s suites offer. Foremost is its Sheraton Bed that makes all the difference to one’s stay with its high quality cushioning foam and quilted fabrics, the wondrous feel of the sheets as you touch it as well as the feather and down pillows. Whether you have the Garden…Continue Reading “You will definitely love Sheraton Bandung”

It was monumental. Grand. And I was awestruck at the spaciousness of the interior of the Dôme des Invalides. From the paintings of Charles de la Fosse at the underside of the dome, finished in 1705, to the ornate baldachin at the altar. So grand and spacious that visitors, including me were all dwarfed. But I wasn’t here to hear mass, the space, a former royal chapel built at the southern part of the Hospital des Invalides upon the orders of Louis XIV, was converted,…Continue Reading “Looking down on Napoleon Bonaparte at the Domes des Invalides”