I’ve been wanting to witness the Shariff Kabunsuan Festival in Cotabato City for its colorful guinakit boats. And thanx to an assignment, I was there for the 22nd iteration of this beautiful local Muslim festival. The colorful five-day event last 15-19 December 2019 was a celebration of Islamic heritage, local culture and products. Guinakit Fluvial Parade opens the festival Early in the morning, I headed to the city port where the Guinakit Fluvial Parade will happen. This is a reenactment of the arrival of Shariff…Continue Reading “Colorful Shariff Kabunsuan Festival in Cotabato City”
The tricycle I rode from the Pasig Public Market stopped at a little open-air eatery along Mercedes Ave, just a stone’s throw away from the San Miguel Elementary School. The space was festive with balloons and loudspeakers blaring out music. A group of people, I think bloggers, and the owner’s friends were huddled together in separate tables. Servings of food were at the counter table while a hot roll of boneless lechon was placed delicately on the chopping board. I was all eyes on the…Continue Reading “Bai’s Boneless Lechon Cebu opens in Pasig”
Club Paradise, a luxury resort in Coron is a whole island on to yourself and maybe some friendly monitor lizards. Travel writer Johanna Michelle Lim sojourns to this beautiful place and share her experiences in Langyaw.com. When it comes to beautiful islands, Coron has a surplus of them. With over 300+ islands and islets on the South of Palawan alone, you can easily make one of them your own if you’re brave enough to conquer Palawan’s virgin frontier. But if luxury is what you’re after,…Continue Reading “An escape to Club Paradise, a luxury resort in Coron”
The bibingka in Baliuag, other delicacies like puto bumbong & bicho-bicho featured in a public food park in Bulacan from September to December every year.
I miss Baguio so much that I visited this city last week! Traveling from Baguio to Metro Manila and vice versa has become better these days. And for my last trip in this northern city, I took Solid North’s P2P Baguio to PITX bus back to Makati. And how was it? I first read about the PITX to Baguio P2P bus in Facebook and was drawn to the fact that for a bus with a toilet, it just cost P500 (increased to P525 in the…Continue Reading “Riding the P2P Solid North Baguio to PITX bus”