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“Coffee with Milk: Very Good Moment”

“Kape’t Gatas” like black and white is usually an analogy for that of opposing attributes. Like us, OA (O and A), we’re different from each other… We’re very much like coffee and milk. As to the actual coffee and milk, seldom do we recognize both its complementing factors considering the compounding of its elements. It becomes …

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Mangan Taku: A Cordillera FEASTival in the Making

Mangan Taku is actually a Cordillera food fair, hence the name. An annual event spearheaded by the Department of Tourism (DOT) – The Cordilleras. However, with the staging of this year’s version, the ‘Hybrid Edition”, they certainly outdid themselves. Accordingly, proving to be “hybrids” themselves with their ideas outwardly fused with the concept of innovation, …

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Food Tourism: Sustainable “Echo” Tourism

In a nutshell, ecotourism is sustainable tourism that involves every entity within an ecological system coexisting for the benefit of its biological community in general. Needless to say and to simply put it, that includes the interaction between tourists (as one entity) and the tourist spot (biological community) wherein there’s mutual gain while balancing the …

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Publiquo Grillery: “Public Any Man Ihawan”

Publiquo Grillery is “public any man ihawan”. It basically translates to commercially anyone’s grillery… at the same time an apparent phonetical play on “public enemy no. 1” as some means to depict how it’s such a tempting treat with all the health reminders giving-in to that of “YOLO” inducement. So bad it’s good and it’s …

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Bistro Lokal serving dirt

Bistro Lokal Serves Dirt! Ano Trip N’yo?!

Other than Bistro Lokal serving us dirt. They likewise made us eat charcoal. Our emotions were played with and they even made fun of my voice. Their menu was rather misdirected in “this appointment”. A day prior to our 15th wedding anniversary, we thought it’ll be nice celebrating the similarly right ingredients cooked into our …

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Tudor in the Pines: Come To Your Senses

Tudor in the Pines, by way of its doors to a worthwhile experience, is a 5-door access to sensibilities. Be transported back in time and in a whole new picturesque environs… Much like furthering on our 5 basic senses, we get to feed our other senses with comforting subsistence. At Tudor in the Pines, we …

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Bibingka at Bistro Lokal

Bistro Lokal: The Best Through Local Gastronomy

Or perhaps, “Best True Local…” as true to their passion and objective through the worthiness of something local. Yes, Bistro Lokal is arguably Baguio’s best local restaurant serving gastronomic delights through local ~ cuisine, produce, variation, experience and whatnot even for the discerning as much as deserving palate. Bistro Lokal is a must-try for both …

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Everything Nice: A Reminder that Everything’s Nice

What’s better than to start the year with everything nice… It’s an opportune prelude to the year ahead with everything nice… Life, after all when put in proper perspective, offers everything nice. To acknowledge such optimistic disposition, it’s only proper to celebrate it with ‘everyone nice’ and in a place where, for everything partaken (food, stories, …

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Agara Ramen: A “Feeling” of Comforting ‘Ramen-fixation’

Agara Ramen is a wordplay from the Ilocano word “agraraman” which translates to a descriptive overtone, aimed at someone who is all-consuming… “Feeling” in all its colloquial innuendos… For Agara Ramen though, a quaint ramen bar, it cleverly addressed their local presence with a positive “feeling” of comfort specially in this “mostly-damp weather” yet cozy place for …

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Sago't Gulaman at Bagong Bayani

Bagong Bayani: Heroic Means to Quench the Dry Spell

Who is this Bagong Bayani? These products somehow influenced the status quo. It apparently commanded a hefty price which included the cost of a status symbol. It emptied wallets, it dried up resources. It muddled up priorities… Though the small-scale competitors were competitive in aspects that mattered, commercialism’s upscale marketing scorched them dry in the …

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