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When I visited Philippines last January, I got the opportunity to dine with my family at Dads Restaurant, which caters a great bountiful buffet of delectables. It serves a wide range of quality food at reasonable prices.
Known as the pearl of Asia, the Philippines with its 7,107 islands is just the place to be this summer, where every island is an adventure. With its rich culture, warm friendly people, and God given wonders of nature, you are in for a ride. Below is your guide to the five best trips ...
The "Giant Lantern Festival" features a competition of giant lanterns. Some gigantic lanterns span a breadth of 40 feet with geometric shapes and myriad colors.
A look at the Catholic religion this season of Lent. Do we worship the right God?
This is one of my most unforgettable trips to the Philippines. When I came home in 2008, I got the opportunity to go outing with my family. We went to Club Manila East, and to my surprise, my former co-workers were there having a company outing. An unexpected reunion it turned out ...
It is summer time again. Supposed to be I should not be happy about it because the weather is really uncomfortable but I am glad because Halo-Halo is here once again.
One of the best tourist spots in the Philippines is Villa Escudero Plantation and Resort. It is a place where you can relax, have fun, and enjoy the nature while getting a glimpse of the country's rich cultural heritage.
Choosephils.com has a microsite where you can join and share your own reason why you should choose the Philippines.
This is all about the eggs commonly consumed here in the Philippines. They may not be popular in other countries but these are all common food attractions here in the Philippines.
This article talks about my recent homecoming to my native country Philippines, the time I spent with family and friends, and the reason why I keep coming back.
The yearly Feast of the Black Nazarene will be celebrated again this January 9. See what this tradition is all about.
You know you've officially arrived in Metro Manila when you've ridden the waves of EDSA. Yes, no need to take another plane to CamSur to find ripcurls, we have it on the ready at the most important road, both historically and geographically, in Metro Manila.
December 30 is a national holiday for the nation to celebrate the Rizal Day. This 2011, Filipinos commemorate the 115th death anniversary of their national hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal.
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