Live, Love, Travel
(Proudly Pinoy Food, Humor and Everyday Life)
The Philippines with its tropical weather and more than 7,000 islands, is a perfect getaway when everything returns to normal. The people are warm, hospitable and friendly. Join me as I unfold the beauty of the Country, its people, healthy foods and humor in everyday activities.
What I write
Travel brings so much joy as it’s a way-out and respite from the day-to-day monotony.
Filipino dishes on a budget that are healthy and nutritious.
Find humor in Pinoys’ life from naming a bread to using social media apps
FOLLOW MY BLOGS
A Taste From Childhood
About edible ferns in the countryside
Feels Like Heaven
A Rugged Journey to the Philippines’ Cordilleran Mountain Range (Mountain Province)
Pinoys Take on Tiktok and FaceApp
On Everyday Humor and Data Security related to these apps
The Country’s Open Door Policy and Heroic Acts during Korean War
Why You’ll Love Us
There’s so much news that would stress us more and leave us with heavy hearts.
I wish to lighten your loads and bring you smiles as I share about our Country, the Philippines, our food, and all the humor I can find from the day-to-day activities.
- Delicious Foods
- Inspiring Lives
- Boundless Love
“Love the flexibility”
- Pinoys’ Pandemic ComedyWhile battling against COVID-19 pandemic, there are a number of programs implemented by the government which caught trending in the social media. It’s only in the Philippines, we say! 🙂
- The Underdog FruitOf all the fruits, Cotton Fruit or popularly known as Santol in the Philippines is the so-called the Underdog. Even among fruits, there’s a ‘bullying’ that exists. 🙂 Kidding aside, Pinoys would not agree to that. Sinantol or Santol Stew in Coconut Milk is a mouthwatering dish, that will give you a flavorful balance – a little sour, spicy and creamy – favorite in Pinoy’s cuisine.
- An Ultimate Vegan DishIt can be an ultimate vegan dish, without the shrimp paste. It’s a favorite dish in Bicol, a daily staple in most households being a very much affordable dish. Try our spicy and creamy Laing – dried shredded taro leaves in coconut milk!