My Top 5 Must-Try Eats (1st Qtr 2023)

This year, I have decided to share my Top 5 Must-Try Eats. Just 5 things that I have tried lately and became my own personal favorites. These are the food that I think are so good, I want to recommend them for other people to enjoy. No. 1 Chicharon Bulaklak Rice Toppings by Smokey PlatesContinue reading “My Top 5 Must-Try Eats (1st Qtr 2023)”

El Miro De Shei Integrated Farm (Camalig, Albay)

Hello dear readers! Am I blogging again? Yes, I think this is the start of my comeback as a (self-proclaimed) blogger. During my most previous nth hiatus, my adventures may have been few and far in between, and mind you, most of them were about food. However, there have been a couple of times whenContinue reading “El Miro De Shei Integrated Farm (Camalig, Albay)”

Albay Park and Wildlife

I remember going to Albay Park and Wildlife a couple of times when I was in college and I always had a great time with friends.¬† This time, I went with my family on a side trip after attending two important occasions – a birthday and a funeral. For those of you who might beContinue reading “Albay Park and Wildlife”

Alinchlo Tourist Inn

Last month, I traveled solo to Sorsogon to see my parents. Before going there, I had to spend a night in Daraga, Albay because I already made a booking for Alinchlo Tourist Inn. I was supposed to stay there with Yoy and Julienne but they couldn’t make it so I had to go by myself.Continue reading “Alinchlo Tourist Inn”

Euresian Paradise Resort

Last week, we went to this resort that I discovered online – Euresian Paradise Resort in Pasacao, Camarines Sur. As there is a serious lack of beaches near Naga City, we decided to go to Pasacao again. However, I wanted a clean place to go to since the first time I have seen Balogo BeachContinue reading “Euresian Paradise Resort”

Victor Hotel (Jose Panganiban)

Hello guys! I missed you and I missed blogging but I’ve been really busy these past weeks. And I’m only getting my blogging mojo back just now. I hope you all are doing well! BTW, this post is about our stay at Victor Hotel where we spent a night during our short trip to JoseContinue reading “Victor Hotel (Jose Panganiban)”

Bee Farm (Camalig, Albay)

Welcome to the Bee Farm in Camalig, Albay! This place is great for sight seeing and relaxing because of all the beautiful flowers all in bloom. Just look at the pictures below. This is the sight that will greet you upon entering the farm. BTW, there is no entrance fee so you can look aroundContinue reading “Bee Farm (Camalig, Albay)”

Panicuason Hot Spring & Adventure Park

Hello everyone! Summer is here again. There’s no escaping the heat. They said we are experiencing the El Nino phenomenon right now, and there was also the water shortage in Metro Manila which was all over the news a few weeks ago. Yes, it’s summer time, indeed. So, my first summer adventure was just withinContinue reading “Panicuason Hot Spring & Adventure Park”

Naga City Ecology Park

I’ve Google searched this park a few times before and I’ve read some Trip Advisor reviewers say that Naga City Ecology Park (located in Barangay San Felipe) was mediocre, “so-so,” not well-maintained and not even worth the Php20.00 entrance fee. However, I beg to disagree because our trip was worth it. I admit those unsatisfiedContinue reading “Naga City Ecology Park”

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