June 26, 2017

Loumar's Cafe & Restaurant at Solenad 2

When in doubt or can't decide what to eat always go back to your roots. Basically what happened to us when we made a stopover at Solenad Nuvali last weekend. I was with a large group and it took us a few good minutes to decide where and what to eat. The decision to dine in a restaurant offering Filipino comfort food became an inevitable choice. 




We end up at Loumar's, a local establishment founded in 1997 serving southern Tagalog fare. Loumar's Cafe and Restaurant serves Filipino food and the best Buko pies and fruit flavored tarts from Tagaytay. As for the restaurant's ambiance, I couldn't put my finger on what ambiance they want to achieve. There were booth tables and long tables with faux vines hanging on the ceilings, a mix of quirky, vintage and native decor accented the restaurant. But you can definitely conclude that it is a place for families and groups. 

June 25, 2017

Marinduque Travel Diary 2017: Lucban Side Trip

"For her the ocean was more than a dream, it was a place she needed to visit to find herself. And when she returned to the city, you could see the sun in her eyes, the wind in her hair, and taste the infinite salt in her lips.” A quote by an anonymous author which basically sums me up and God only knows how much I'm dying inside that I only got set foot on a beach after a year! 




Work, time, budget constraints and all other things hindered me from doing so the past year. But this Summer I made sure not to miss going to the beach anymore. It's been calling me and my soul has been begging me to go, just go (haha! I write and think exaggeratedly most of the time) Good thing me and my friend Clara finally found some time to hit the beach.  Our destination? Marinduque

June 24, 2017

Marinduque Travel Diary 2017: Sunrise Watching at Maniwaya Island

"For her the ocean was more than a dream, it was a place she needed to visit to find herself. And when she returned to the city, you could see the sun in her eyes, the wind in her hair, and taste the infinite salt in her lips.” A quote by an anonymous author which basically sums me up and God only knows how much I'm dying inside that I only got set foot on a beach after a year! 




Work, time, budget constraints and all other things hindered me from doing so the past year. But this Summer I made sure not to miss going to the beach anymore. It's been calling me and my soul has been begging me to go, just go (haha! I write and think exaggeratedly most of the time) Good thing me and my friend Clara finally found some time to hit the beach.  Our destination? Marinduque

June 23, 2017

Marinduque Travel Diary 2017: Palad Sand Bar

"For her the ocean was more than a dream, it was a place she needed to visit to find herself. And when she returned to the city, you could see the sun in her eyes, the wind in her hair, and taste the infinite salt in her lips.” A quote by an anonymous author which basically sums me up and God only knows how much I'm dying inside that I only got set foot on a beach after a year! 



Work, time, budget constraints and all other things hindered me from doing so the past year. But this Summer I made sure not to miss going to the beach anymore. It's been calling me and my soul has been begging me to go, just go (haha! I write and think exaggeratedly most of the time) Good thing me and my friend Clara finally found some time to hit the beach.  Our destination? Marinduque.
 

June 22, 2017

Marinduque Travel Diary 2017: Sunong Bato Beach & Rock Formations

"For her the ocean was more than a dream, it was a place she needed to visit to find herself. And when she returned to the city, you could see the sun in her eyes, the wind in her hair, and taste the infinite salt in her lips.” A quote by an anonymous author which basically sums me up and God only knows how much I'm dying inside that I only got set foot on a beach after a year!





Work, time, budget constraints and all other things hindered me from doing so the past year. But this Summer I made sure not to miss going to the beach anymore. It's been calling me and my soul has been begging me to go, just go (haha! I write and think exaggeratedly most of the time) Good thing me and my friend Clara finally found some time to hit the beach.  Our destination? Marinduque

June 21, 2017

Marinduque Travel Diary 2017: Ungab Rock Formation

"For her the ocean was more than a dream, it was a place she needed to visit to find herself. And when she returned to the city, you could see the sun in her eyes, the wind in her hair, and taste the infinite salt in her lips.” A quote by an anonymous author which basically sums me up and God only knows how much I'm dying inside that I only got set foot on a beach after a year! 




Work, time, budget constraints and all other things hindered me from doing so the past year. But this Summer I made sure not to miss going to the beach anymore. It's been calling me and my soul has been begging me to go, just go (haha! I write and think exaggeratedly most of the time) Good thing me and my friend Clara finally found some time to hit the beach.  Our destination? Marinduque

June 20, 2017

Marinduque Travel Diary 2017: Maniwaya Island

“For her the ocean was more than a dream, it was a place she needed to visit to find herself. And when she returned to the city, you could see the sun in her eyes, the wind in her hair, and taste the infinite salt in her lips.” A quote by an anonymous author which basically sums me up and God only knows how much I'm dying inside that I only got set foot on a beach after a year! 




Work, time, budget constraints and all other things hindered me from doing so the past year. But this Summer I made sure not to miss going to the beach anymore. It's been calling me and my soul has been begging me to go, just go (haha! I write and think exaggeratedly most of the time) Good thing me and my friend Clara finally found some time to hit the beach.  Our destination? Marinduque

June 17, 2017

Macao Imperial Tea Now in Manila!

Although known globally as the ‘Vegas of China’, Macau is more than just casinos. Macau is beautiful, vibrant, and alive, and this change in perspective is what we want the world to see. As one of the fastest-growing cafe chains that's proudly born in Macau, Macao Imperial Tea takes a deeply-rooted approach that highlights a mix of the rich Macanese culture and a personalized experience. Genuine, memorable, and special--this is what Macao Imperial Tea brings in each and every cup that’s especially made for you. 




With over 200 branches in Macau, Vietnam, China, United States, Macao Imperial Tea is brewing soon in the Philippines! Macao Imperial Tea - Philippines is proudly brought to you by Fredley Group of Companies—the same group behind other exciting food concepts such as Sandaya Yakiniku-Fisher Mall, Shabu-shabu Ichiban, Mitasu Charcoal Yakiniku, and Ersao Wind Tagaytay.

June 15, 2017

Now Open! Go Hotels Cubao: Offers Accessibility for Business and Leisure Activities

Cubao is the commercial hub of Quezon City. It is said that anywhere you want to travel by land in Luzon is accessible through this transportation hub, as it intersects across many of the access ways to the North, East and South of the Metro. There are many viable options in the area that include ever-present taxi service, the MRT and LRT lines, and the buses with city-wide and provincial destinations within easy reach. Aside from these, Cubao is also where one can find the Araneta Center - the iconic shopping, dining and entertainment mecca.

  


These are some of the factors that prompted a niche development group Roxaco Land Corporation to establish one of their five Go Hotel franchises along bustling Aurora Boulevard in Cubao, Quezon City.  With the opening of Go Hotels Cubao, they offer leisure and business travelers the same value propositions of all the Go Hotels branches in the country. “First and foremost, it is value for money. We have our standard rooms that offer a quiet space with comfortable beds, a good shower, a flat screen TV and the convenience of easy check-in and check-out. We strive to make their stay as hassle-free as possible with a level of hospitality that has been remarked upon by the guests,” says JJ A. Montinola, AVP for Business Development, Strategic Planning and Communications at Roxas and Company Inc.

June 14, 2017

5 Cocktails That Are Perfect for Long Summer Nights

Summer is here and so are the long summer nights. There are many things to consider when preparing for summer, what to wear, where to go, what to do… I’m sure you read all about that, so I’m here to tell you about something a bit more interesting. Here is the list of my favorite cocktails. Next time you are out, try some of them and see what you think.




Tequila Gimlet
This delicious cocktail is the drink of choice of all those with a bit of a sweet tooth and love for tequila. Now before you move on to the next cocktail, you should know that this drink is not too sweet and lime juice makes it perfectly refreshing on a summer night.

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