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Wow Davao…Food Appreciation Tour

April 29, 2010 – Fresh from the Bonifacio Global City (B.G.C) Summer Passion Fest 2010 Food Tour and Tagaytay food tour, I’m off to Davao this morning for the Davao Food Appreciation Tour (DFAT). I’m now at

Camarines Sur Soars; Domestic Tourism Stronger This Year

Philippine tourism performed better this year in terms of tourist volume with Camarines Sur more than doubling its visitors.

Canon Photomarathon in Tagaytay

Tagaytay is this year’s home for Canon Marathon Philippines 2009. Initially set for a different venue and earlier time, it was moved due to the typhoon Ondoy.

Antique Philippine Maps – A Visual Tour

A visit to the Lopez Museum last week brought to light a collection of old and rare Philippine Maps. It was revealing discovery to see centuries-old maps of the Philippine islands, how they developed, and evolved.

Hanging Coffins -Sagada Series 4

If there is one thing, Sagada is most famous for, this would be it – the Ifugao’s Hanging Coffins in Mt. Province. These coffins were ‘hanged’ as part of some minority groups’ ancient cultural customs of burying

Summer Travel Survey Results & Analysis

After a month of the “Be Cool This Summer Campaign” and almost 4 weeks of the online Summer Travel Survey, finally, we are able to tally and release the results. The survey was gathered online from 68

Sago Walked the Green Mile with Ipanema

Late last month, Ipanema teamed up with the Haribon Foundation for an environmentally cause-worthy endeavor. Together, they launched a walkathon called “Walk the Green Mile” to further make Filipinos aware of environmental issues surrounding us today.

Camiguin Island’s Station of the Cross

One popular location visited during the Holy Week in the southern part of the Philippines is Camiguin‘s  Station of the Cross or simply the “Walkway.” It is situated uphill Mt. Vulcan in Barangay Bonbon, Catarman. The Holy