November 20-21, 2011
ILOILO CITY, ILOILO
Eating Our Way To The Heart of the Philippines
A lot has been said about this province tucked gently at pretty much the bosom of the Philippine archipelago— from it being the birthplace of the famous Dinagyang Festival/Jose Mari Chan/Sen. Miriam Santiago/Graciano Lopez Jaena/Mang Inasal (boo-yah!), or it being a busy and modern city still breathing the richness of the old world, or it being the gateway to Western Visayas known for its abundant natural wonders.
But the girls and I had our quick detour there covered… with the intent of stuffing ourselves with the best of the best: FOOD.
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November 17- 20, 2011
Boracay Island, Aklan
City life. By the beach… where it’s always Saturday.
What do you get when you put 5 girls in an island well-known for its wild parties, pristine beaches and ultimate mainstream (bordering-on-exploited) perfection?
Read with caution: Entry bubbling with B’s and other sinful treats.
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“The Jewel of The South”
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DALAGUETE-BADIAN MOUNTAIN HIGHWAY to ???
On the hunt for Moalboal
“Stairway to Heaven? Or Highway to Hell?”
(This entry has zilch pics but loaded with vids! Pardon mucho for the crap quality and the random commentaries. Aaaand expletives that should be bleeped out.)
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January 15-17, 2011
“Viva Senyor Sto. Niño!”
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All set and ready for SINULOG 2011? We’ll be having our little WHERE THE? booth at General Maxilom Ave. right across STC (St. Theresa’s College). You guys can swing by and maybe we can have a bit of chitchat. We’ll be there starting January 16, Sunday 6am until hmmm (who knows when) lol. All are welcome!
Here’s a guide map to our booth, I hope this works for you!
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December 27, 2010
RIVERSTONE CASTLE: A Taste Of The Medieval
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