What we appreciated most was that we were along the shores of Lake Buhi. If you’re lucky enough, you’ll see the Mayon Volcano from a distance - it’s distinct, perfect cone peering through the mountains surrounding it. There are places around Lake Buhi Resort where you can just chill, watch your kids run around, and take a moment of mindfulness.
It’s nice to live a suite life once in a while!
Dubbed as Ilocos Sur’s best-kept secrets, this 85-foot (26-metre) waterfall is considered as the largest and grandest ones in the whole of Ilocos Region
A work in progress, but a home nonetheless.
I’ve been searching for things in the city to ignite the same spark, the same joy we feel outside of it. How can we fall in love with Manila?
The Philippines is an archipelago which means you’ll have to cross sea, land, rough roads, and sometimes unfinished trails to get where you want to go.
Our son discovered what fireflies were, the feeling of fish munching on your feet, and enjoyed the cityscape from a vantage point. Wouldn’t you want this for your own kids? If you are in need of a quick escape from the bustling city, then go here. We swear, it is worth the drive up.
Bangar, La Union ~ a town famous for their centuries-old loom weaving techniques. Each piece tells a story of skill and tradition.
What happens when you get stranded in the middle of nowhere with a two year old boy? Read on. Swear, it’s worth the read.
We made a four-hour drive from our humble abode in Fairview to the southernmost tip of the Bataan Peninsula. There, you’ll reach Camaya Coast. We learned how it was once secluded cove - accessible only to local fishermen. Now, you can see it transforming into a prime leisure resort and residential development.