Since time immemorial, hats have been a part of the Filipino culture. Originally, farmers use them to protect themselves from the scorching heat of the sun while working on the field. Today, we see them as part of any working uniform, such as the policemen, the army, seafarers, engineers, and others either for the same… Continue reading Street Style Originals: Preserving the Philippine Culture with Modernity
Located in Western Visayas, with San Jose in the western part of Panay Island as the province capital bordering Aklan, Capiz, Iloilo and Sulu Sea, another wonderful place to visit is Antique. Originally, the province was called “hantik” after the name of the large red ants found in the island. Afterwards, it was called “Hantique”… Continue reading Digging Through the Soul of Antique
The southern end of Mindanao keeps a very enchanting and mesmerizing adventure of your life from mountains to seas. Its surprises include beaches, rivers, rainforests, abysses, and relics. If you haven’t been in the place and desire to take a visit at least once in your life, here are some of the places where you… Continue reading Saranggani: The Best-Kept Secret of the Mindanao Island
Wandering into Tawi – Tawi, a lot of things are waiting to be discovered. As a typical tourist would have done, definitely you would also love to taste and experience the delectable dishes the place has to offer. After all the energy you have put in exploring the new found land, it is now time… Continue reading 5 Fulfilling Recipes from Tawi – Tawi
Every country has its own unique and remarkable social phenomena which make it one of a kind. The Philippines is not an exemption. With such diverse demographics, it is no wonder that a lot of social phenomena is happening in the country and gives us our distinctive Filipino identity. If it weren’t for these things,… Continue reading What Makes the Philippines, “Philippines”?
Filipinos were known today to start the mornings with the Philippine bread, known as Pan de Sal. Known in the English language as bread salt, this is the typical Filipino bread that is traditionally served for breakfast or as an afternoon snack that is usually paired with a cup of coffee. One of the Portuguese… Continue reading Pan de Sal: The Core of our Culture, The Heart of Our Tastes
Still wandering in deeper search for Negros Oriental’s soul, a haven for snorkelers awaits at an Island for those who are comfortable with only 3.5 hours of electricity per day. From 6 pm to 9:30 pm, electricity is available at the area and all you’ll hear from that span of hours are Videoke stalls in… Continue reading The Apo Island: Enjoy Peace and Adventure All at Once