With Christmas fast approaching, we thought we’d share some beach-related items that you can give as presents to your friends, your family—even yourself, we won’t judge! It’s all in the name of spreading joy, cheer and love this holiday season.
The lovely town of Bagac, Bataan, may not be as popular as the heritage cities of Taal, Silay, and Vigan, but in a vast stretch of the town’s coast lies a development that easily combines the best of the three and so much more. Las Casas De Filipinas De Acuzar
2014 • 07 • 26 It’s like going back in time with Spanish colonial architecture lining the beachfront in this quaint town of Bagac, Bataan. Las Casas De Acuzar Heritage Resort is a cultural and leisure park where fully-restored heritage houses called bahay na bato create a focal point to a unique
2014 • 07 • 10 We’ve seen our foreign friends try balut and watched in delight as they freaked out a little a lot. But while balut remains the king of Philippine street food, how about some of our other favorites?
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!
If you’re like me, packing is your most hated part of travel because, again if you’re like me, you tend to bring way more than you should. Squeezing all those clothes and other things into a bag no bigger than my body can be quite a challenge. It’s like solving
2014 • 02 • 08 Crumpler sent us a gift for Christmas. When we opened it, to be honest, we did not know what to do with it. It was a Low Level Aviator toiletry pouch, something that I knew would have been very useful in my travels. Back when
2013 • 10 • 11 With so many restaurants to choose from, every meal in Boracay might be a hit-and-miss affair. It’s very easy to fall prey to beachfront displays, buffet promos, and even free dinners, which turn out to be no charity work at all. On our first time
2013 • 08 • 05 Last month, a PhilippineBeaches.org follower on Facebook shared with us an important tip about something that concerns beach safety — rip currents. Since not many people are aware of these, we decided to write about its dangers. “We have probably all seen them and weren’t
Writing this artile is a torture. It’s difficult to find the right words when images of scrumptious seafood delights keep popping up in my head. With every sentence, a plate of nilasing na hipon magically appears beside my laptop, tempting my imagination. With every punctuation, the aroma of seafood kare-kare