Different Versions of Philippines Adobo

Adobo is from the Spanish word adobar, meaning, “to marinade,” “sauce,” or “with seasoning.” This go-to viand for Filipinos involves very basic ingredients cooked with meat (mainly pork or chicken, but sometimes both), garlic, onions, vinegar, and soy sauce, for a combination of the perfect spices and seasoning that best go with unlimited servings of steamed…

Philippines Places that Look Like Foreign Destinations

Many famous foreign destinations have a local and sometimes better version somewhere in our country’s 7,107 islands that you can enjoy for a fraction of the price and no passport or visa needed. Ahead of striking beaches, magnificent mountains, exotic islands and bustling arenas, Philippines has much more to offer from its unfathomable treasure house. Heck, you…

Taal Volcano: An island, within a lake, in a volcano, in a lake, on an island..

We all know that the Philippines sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire. We have volcanoes for neighbors in our communities. The beautiful Mayon Volcano in Albay, with its world-famous perfect cone. Mt. Pinatubo,which exploded in 1991, the world’s largest explosion in living memory that caused global temperature to dip half a degree (celcius). There’s…

BGC Market Market: Indoor Bazaar ‘s Variety and Affordability 

Market! Market!’s name has exclamation points for a reason. Location and selection are the outdoor mall’s strengths making it a favorite shopping spot for those who like to shop in a clean and airy environment. It is a one stop shopping haven in Bonifacio Global City offering a wide array of value shopping, dining and entertainment…