• Surfing in Siargao
    Surigao del Norte,  What to do

    Surfing in Siargao (or not)

    Surfing in Siargao is probably an item in every Filipinos’ bucket list, and one of the first things that one does when in the surfing capital of the country. But when you already had that surf pinnacle, or your adventure-seeking self longs for something else, or you simply want to relax, what other things can you do aside from surfing? I went back to Siargao via Cebu Pacific, which is now offering direct flights between Manila and Siargao, for answers. Wave-spotting in Cloud 9 Whether you’re hoping to chill out and grab a cold bottle of beer or just admire nature’s awesomeness, Cloud 9 never fails. Locals and tourists flock to its boardwalk deck…

  • Manila,  Where to Stay

    Richmonde Hotel Ortigas Staycation via Traveloka

    So, I heard there’s this new flight ticket and hotel booking app called Traveloka that my friends have been suggesting me to try. I recently downloaded it and decided to see how it works. And as a result, I booked a one-bedroom suite at Richmonde Hotel Ortigas for a weekend staycation. Kaiz GalangKaiz is a stay-at-home mom and currently works as an Operations Specialist for a software engineering company based in the US.

  • Aklan,  Where to Stay

    White Beach de Boracay

    When Rowjie and I first learned that I am pregnant, it was blissfully chaotic. It’s still blissful, but less chaotic now. The first trimester was really critical and we were worried all the time. Thankfully, we were able to surpass it all and, as of writing, I am now on my sixth month of pregnancy. That being said, I urged Rowjie that we push through our Boracay trip last December as a stress-reliever. I told him that this may be the last vacation I’d have before or after I give birth to our first-born. Kaiz GalangKaiz is a stay-at-home mom and currently works as an Operations Specialist for a software engineering company based in…

  • Manila,  Uncategorized,  What to do

    The Quezon City I Didn’t Know

    I lived in Quezon City for a significant number of years and I didn’t know that there are a few other things you can do around the city aside from the usual tour in the Quezon Memorial Circle or food crawling in Maginhawa Street until recently. So, if you have nothing to do this weekend and you’re just residing in or near Kyusi, why not visit the following spots as a cheap alternative for an out-of-town trip. Kaiz GalangKaiz is a stay-at-home mom and currently works as an Operations Specialist for a software engineering company based in the US.

  • Manila,  Uncategorized,  Where to Eat

    Foodspotting: Tabing Ilog in Mandaluyong City

    I don’t know how the walang forever craze started in the Philippines but it’s definitely not true, that there is no forever. Others were able to find proofs that forever exists. And some of these are downright funny. Have a look! Kaiz GalangKaiz is a stay-at-home mom and currently works as an Operations Specialist for a software engineering company based in the US.

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