It’s still the month of hearts, so I hope you could forgive me for the cheesy opening photo. Also, this is my very first How To ever, so forgive me for all the silliness.
Biorhythm is a travelling exhibition exploring the relationship between the music and the body. It was first exhibited at Science Gallery in Ireland back in 2010, before moving to New York and then Singapore. I would never have heard of it, except that apparently, since November 15, 2012, it’s been here in the Philippines at The […]
I’ve been getting a lot of queries as to how much budget should be prepared to stay in Eskaya Beach Resort after my posts the past couple of days, so now I’m doing my homework so I could give everybody a rough idea.
It was August, but we were fortunate enough that the weather was all fine and sunny when we went to Eskaya Beach Resort in Bohol. Maybe the sky thinks we’ve been good and we deserve some sunshine and that’s what we got.
Previously, I shared a post on the villa we stayed in at Eskaya Beach Resort in Bohol. The resort is really not huge at all. As mentioned before, it consists of only fifteen villas, a majority of which are made for two. Of course, this kind of privacy and serenity is something that you’d need […]
Escape and luxury: these are the two most fitting words to describe Eskaya Beach Resort in Panglao Island, Bohol. This is exactly the type of resort you thought you’d only ever see in magazines.
Have you ever heard of Stand Up Paddle Boarding? Perhaps Stand Up Paddle Surfing? No? Well, I haven’t either. Until I saw that Starboard was giving free lessons when we were in Anvaya Cove, Bataan.
Beaches, as with anything, look entirely different during different times of the year, even within the same season. Nature has proven that to me when my family went to a road trip to Anvaya Cove, Bataan early this May. Allow me to walk you through.
I know you’ll say, it’s already raining cats and dogs outside Vida, why the hell are you talking about sunny road trips? I’m sure you miss the sun as much as I do. But in truth, the summer days are gone… At least for now. Although right before it was over, my family got to […]
We passed by Mount Samat National Shrine or what is more commonly called “Dambana ng Kagitingan” (Shrine of Valor) after our trip to Las Filipinas De Acuzar in June. The shrine is located near the summit of Mount Samat in the province of Bataan.