2014 • 07 • 07 Nagsasa Cove in San Antonio, Zambales, used to be rocky until the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, which dumped tons of volcanic ash in many parts of the region. Nagsasa Cove is endowed with the same features as Anawangin: a beach of ash that absorbs hear
As the summer heat subsides and a nip in the air returns, nothing beats a steaming bowl of soup. Here in the Philippines, bulalo definitely tops the list of the most popular tummy-warmers!
2014 • 07 • 05 The Philippines is a lot of things, but one thing is consistently true: Filipinos are inherently happy people and genuinely compassionate towards others! British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) proves this even more in a documentary released a month ago explaining the “Filipino factor” and what this
2014 • 07 • 02 The Maquinit Hot Springs is one of the only few saltwater hot springs in the world. The 30-minute tricycle ride on the dusty road to the hot spring can be tough, but it gets rewarding once you have reached the spot. Here, mangrove trees surround the area,
2014 • 06 • 20 Nestled between Anawangin Cove and Nagsasa Cove along the coastline of Zambales is Talisayin Cove. The narrative of one’s escapade to Talisayin begins and ends in haunting silence, which remains to be the only thing unmatched by any of its neighbors. This wallflower offers a