Food Guide, Story Nights Cebu

MARGAUX’S STORY: I’M FILIPINO, DO I SMELL LIKE PORK?

While digging into my bowl of steaming Lechon Arroz Caldo from a local Cebuano restaurant, the thought of Filipinos smelling like pork crept into my mind. For the majority of Pinoys, pork is a consistent table choice.

cebu, Philippines, Story Nights Cebu

ABIGAIL’S STORY: THE DRONE LADY

If you asked me a year ago if I could see myself working with drones today, I would have asked you what a drone was.

cebu, Food Guide, Philippines, Travel Tips and Guides

TOP 8 STREET FOOD STAPLES IN CEBU

Cebu is well-known for its mangoes, lechon and amazing cuisine—but once you venture your culinary experiences from the restaurants to the streets, it gets even more interesting. CEBUANO STREET FOOD, ANYONE?

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STAYCATION AT THE CITADINES IN BASELINE CENTER IN CEBU

The opportunity for my own writer's retreat presented itself at the right place and time, when I was invited for a weekend staycation during the launch of Citadines in Cebu City. Citadines is not your 'regular' hotel--the brand is in a different niche category known as Apart'hotel, which essentially combine the best of home and… Continue reading STAYCATION AT THE CITADINES IN BASELINE CENTER IN CEBU

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5 Reasons Why Cebu Salsa Nights Is Always A Good Idea

Cebu salsa nights became affectionately known as a ‘tita thing’, but the crowd they draw in is far from our beloved, high-class titas: seeing an international, hip and young crowd of diverse nationalities.