Project Pie has been around for quite some time but it had only been recently that I got my first Project Pie experience. But is it really worth the hassle of building your own pizza?
A trip to Bicol would not be complete without a visit to one of its popular icons, the ruins of Cagsawa. And so before we head off on a long drive back to Manila, we had this as our last itinerary.
Our third day in Bicol could be considered the highlight of this trip as we got to see the majestic Mayon Volcano. And we’re coming in for a closer view and experience her trails.
You may have seen the commercials about this “magical black box” that’s supposed to change the way you watch your TV, but what is ABS-CBN TVplus exactly? Well, I bought one to find out and here’s my review.
Our second day in Bicol brought us back to the mainland, in the town of Pili, still in the province of Camarines Sur (CamSur). It’s not my first time to be in CWC or this part of CamSur (my first time being the 2010 CamSur Marathon) but it would be my first time to do wakeboarding!
The first LEGO®-certified store in the Philippines has just opened and Lego enthusiast as expected flocked the occasion, including myself. Not that Lego is new in the country or is scarcely available, but this new Lego Store in Park Triangle, Bonifacio Global City makes a Lego fan like me excited. Here are some reasons why.
Caramoan is a first-class municipality located in the province of Camarines Sur. It is located at the tip of a peninsula bearing the same name, and it is also the first stop of our Bicol Region adventure. Off the coast are numerous islands, some of which has been the site of several editions of the…
May 01 is Labor Day in the Philippines. It is quite fortunate that this year, it fell on a Friday so it was perfect for a getaway. While many chose the beach because of the extreme summer heat, we chose to spice things up and visit the land of chilies, the Bicol Region. And what…
It took some time but finally, I was able to do my first half marathon for the year with the National Geographic (NatGeo) Run 2015. And it was anything but the typical half marathon race, at least for a Runrio one. Here’s my story.