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Cafe Agapita | A Homey & Chill Spot in Silang, Cavite

Just recently, we went to Nasugbu, Batangas to have our VERY much needed beach vacation (which I’ll share details soon!). After the trip, we thought it’d be a good chance to catch-up with friends in Tagaytay before we head back home in Bulacan. So I asked my friend, Sel, to recommend a nice place where …

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Madeline’s Ville | Lovely Tiny Houses in Alfonso, Cavite

To stay in a tiny house doesn’t always mean squeezing yourself in a small space. It isn’t always necessarily about sacrifice, you know. But to stay in a tiny impressive doll-house-like dwelling place is now becoming a dream come true especially for all the kikays out there. And I’m so grateful for this new discovery of …

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La Bella Tagaytay | Santorini-inspired Staycation in the South

Tagaytay, being in close proximity to Manila, is one of the top pick destinations for those craving for a quick escapade. Even during non-summer months, the place doesn’t go empty with vacationers. Then add the emergence of unique resorts and hotel such as La Bella Tagaytay, the craze intensified even more! See also: Crosswinds Swiss …

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Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café | An Artsy Restaurant in Tagaytay

After exploring Crosswinds Swiss Luxury Resort in Tagaytay, it was in time for lunch and my sister suggested a nice place to eat nearby. Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café actually sounds familiar to me ever since it rose to fame in social media with all those dream catcher photos. I’m just not so interested about dream …

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Crosswinds Tagaytay | A Family Getaway at the Switzerland of PH

The scorching summer heat combined with extreme boredom have been causing us to crave for a cool escape. A Tagaytay staycation easily popped into mind when discussing about the escape plan since Tagaytay is just about a 4-hr drive from Bulacan (or 2-3hrs from Manila), and it’s been 2 years already since Jeric and I visited …