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Dicasalarin Cove

0 Dicasalarin Cove is one of the hidden wonders of Baler. It’s the most beautiful cove I’ve seen so far. Here you can find the Dicasalarin Beach, Artists’ Village and the Baler Lighthouse. Not many people are able to visit Dicasalarin Cove, known to locals as “Dica.” This may also be the reason the place is […]

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Diguisit Falls

3 Just along the highway of Baler is an adventure waiting for you to discover. Diguisit Falls is a hidden surprise. The multi-leveled falls is ready to refresh you. It was hard to believe when I was told we had arrived at our destination. We parked along the street and the guide pointed towards the […]

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Sandugo Shrine / Blood Compact Site

0 Men lifting cups with blood, celebrating with a toast, then bottoms up! Sounds like a scene from a vampire movie or vampire TV series. But it’s not. It’s actually a historical event in Bohol, something so important they made a monument to commemorate it. Tourists flock this place, stay here for a couple of […]

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Gerarda’s Restaurant

0 By far the best dinakdakan I’ve tasted, along with the delicious seafood kare-kare with crab fat, made my visit to Gerarda’s Restaurant worth it. Dinakdakan at Gerarda’s is prepared slightly different from the traditional dinakdakan. They have roast pork belly marinated in spices, spring onions, chili, tomatoes, ginger, salt, pepper, sugar, mayonnaise and calamansi. […]

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The Sierra Madre Hotel and Resort

3The article about The Sierra Madre Hotel and Resort moved here: http://www.appetizingadventure.com/the-sierra-madre-hotel-and-resort/

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Ace Water Spa

9 Get ready to get wet! It’s a one of a kind massage, and they call it hydrotherapy massage at Ace Water Spa. Initially I was skeptic. I mean really. When I have pain in the muscles, I’d like real massage. I’ve dipped into jacuzzis with water jets but that just cannot do the job. But […]

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Experience Making Tablea in Palo, Leyte

6Would you like to know how to make your very own tablea? I remember sipping hot chocolate made from tablea during the cold Christmas season. It’s usually mixed with hot water, sugar and milk. Tablea refers to blocks of cacao and now I know how it’s made. During my trip to Leyte Province, we visited Vicky […]

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D’ Banquet

0A great and affordable place to eat in Tagaytay is D’ Banquet. My favorite? The squid fries with mayo dip. Strips of squid embraced in a delicious coating and fried to perfection. Yummy! Another wonderful discovery here is their version of the lumpiang ubod. Three smaller pieces of the usual Filipino treat but this time […]

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Amira’s Buco Tart Haus

6The trip to Tagaytay wouldn’t be complete without “pasalubong” or goodies to bring back home to our loved ones. Amira’s Buco Tart Haus is the best pasalubong place to go to in Tagaytay. . . . . . . .     They have the famous buco tart with a lot of coconut chunks inside, […]

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Nuvali Lake: Fish Feeding, Water Taxi Ride, Biking

2On the way to Tagaytay, I always see Nuvali in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. It’s no longer a “passing through” place but is fast becoming a destination on its own. There are just so many activities to experience and some of them are just within the lake are. Fish feeding, water taxi ride and biking. The […]

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