Category Archive: Review

Jun 19

UP Singing Ambassadors Captivated Bohol On Independence Day

Hand in hand with the Provincial Government of Bohol as well as the Bohol Center for Culture and Arts Development, the Philippines Academy of Family Physicians (Bohol Chapter)  brought UP Singing Ambassadors to Bohol for its Behold Bohol concert last June 12, 2017. UPSA prides itself as among the four Filipino chorales to compete for …

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Apr 09

One Summer Morn In Astoria Bohol

I seldom see the sun as it rises (only when I work all night long until daybreak). I’m not an early riser, so to speak. But waking up at four in the morning to get myself ready for a visit to Astoria Bohol was worth it.     Astoria Bohol is just 10 minutes away …

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Feb 15

Belian Hotel – A Beautiful Haven

Belian Hotel is just a quick walk away from the port of Tagbilaran, a few minutes drive from the airport and a stone-throw away from the center of the city, making it accessible and convenient for guests. With paintings of flowers and birds hanging on walls, the hotel looks classy and stylish. But being used …

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Jan 21

Bohol To Manila By Land

So you missed to book a flight on special and the idea of a long sea trip on a stormy season would make you vomit, and you can’t just delay  the holiday that you have been dreaming of. Frustrating, eh? Well, go pack up as there are two bus lines that will take you from …

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Dec 01

A Friday Night At Alfonso Pizzeria

(This isn’t a second-rate horror video game. Don’t expect talking bears or bunnies or scary animatronics here, just delectable pizza.)   Friday nights are supposed to be spent at home (not that I have a boring life. It’s just that I no longer look forward to weekends   and holidays as much as I did …

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Nov 07

Kawaii Cafe: Take Two

Last Thursday’s weather wasn’t perfect but I couldn’t turn down a tempting invite. So I went out, braved the rain, and made my way to Kawaii cafe. Yes, to Kawaii Cafe again. Why? Because there is something in there that pulls me back. It could be the instrumental music that filled the air, or the …

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Oct 20

How Much Do I Love You, Massimo?

I always believed that the French culture would be my one true love. With head held up high, I was certain that there would be no second one. And I wanted it that way. But I was right for only some time. It was on the soft opening of Massimo Pizzeria Restorante Italiano that fate …

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Sep 29

Dagon Sa Hoyohoy: The Musical

    Produced by KASING SINING TEATRO BOL-ANON ENSEMBLE in collaboration with the Provincial Government of Bohol, Congressman Rene Relampagos, and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, the Dagon Sa Hoyohoy premiere show held last September 28, 2016, was indeed a blast. Kasing Sining’s Creative Director, Gardy Labad, the Staging Director Rodolfo Cuhit, the librettist Marianito Luspo, the …

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Aug 24

Pierre’s First Nutri10 Plus Experience

Pierre got sick again. Since school has started in June, it’s his third time to catch cold and cough. He would just be fine for a week and then gets ill again in the next. Whether it was caused by stress or by the unfriendly weather, the sickness has dropped his weight and took his …

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Aug 21

One Caturday Afurrnoon At Cat Cafe

Pierre loves cats more than I do. He loves them to the extent that he would let me “meow” and would cuddle me as if I was a cat, too. So when he saw Cat Cafe being featured on local TV, he never stopped pestering me. I love coffee and I was looking for something …

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