Japan: The Majestic Mt. Fuji

February 25, 2018

Mt. Fuji is one of the world’s most famous mountains.  It is not the highest as it only peaks at 3,776 meters.  What makes it extraordinary is being snow-capped for most time of the year. Visiting Mount Fuji is part of our itinerary for our 11-days Japan trip.  We don’t want to climb up to the 5th station of Mt. Fuji; we…

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Josephine’s Restaurant at Tagaytay

February 22, 2018

Tagaytay is just an hour (or less, depending on the traffic) away from where we live.  So during occasions our family always prefers to celebrate in Tagaytay.  Last January, during my birthday, we decided to celebrate at Josephine’s Restaurant at Tagaytay.   Josephine’s Restaurant offers eat-all-you-can buffet and ala carte dining.  We chose the former.  Lunch buffet price is at…

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Japan: Chiyoda and Taito

February 20, 2018

In our 11 days stay in Japan, it was only in our second to the last day that it rained.  We still followed our scheduled to visit Chiyoda and Taito for sightseeing and Shinjuku and Shibuya for shopping that day. Imperial Palace Japan’s Imperial Palace, where their royal family resides, is located at Chiyoda city ward.  There are scheduled guided tours…

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Japan: Tsukiji and Odaiba

February 18, 2018

One our first day in Tokyo, we explored four of Tokyo’s most famous city wards: Shinjuku, Shibuya, Chuo (we visited the popular Tsukiji Market), and Minato, where the artificial island, Odaiba, is located. Tsukiji Market Tsukiji Market is a famous market place for tuna auction.  This is where fresh fishes, fruits, and vegetables are sold at a wholesale level.  There are also…

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Japan: Shinjuku and Shibuya

February 16, 2018

We visited Japan’s two famous regions when we went there last March: Kansai and Kanto.  After touring the Kansai region and exploring the cities of Osaka, Kyoto, and Nara, we geared ourselves for more adventure as we discover the Kanto region, especially the city of Tokyo. We visited as much attractions as we can when we went to Tokyo.  Tokyo is divided…

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Event: Greenwich Celebrates World Pizza Day

February 13, 2018

Last Friday, Greenwich turned the Dolphin Park at Glorietta 4, Makati into a vibrant and charming place and gathered pizza-lovers to experience the sight, smell, sound, and taste of Greenwich’s very best pizza to celebrate World Pizza Day. During the event, Greenwich transformed the place into a pizza village where pizza-lovers explored everything that the Overload Pizza District has to…

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Event: Parentology+ ~ Reshaping Your Child’s Future

February 10, 2018

Last Saturday, Neo and I were invited to attend the kickoff of Nestle Nankid’s Parentology+ event at Trinoma Activity Center.  Even though Trinoma is quite far from us, I don’t want to miss this event as I wanted to learn how to provide a future full of possibilities with Neo.  You see, today’s world is very different from is just…

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Press Release: Unforgettable Celebrations of Love at SM Supermalls

February 7, 2018

Filipinos ranked the 4th romantic in the Asia-Pacific region according to a recent survey.  This being said, 3 out of 5 Filipinos are planning to give their special someone either flowers, chocolates, or jewelries this Valentine’s Day. There are so many ways on how people show love, and these expressions are much more special – from gifting couple shirts and…

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#RealMoms Trust Baby Dove

February 4, 2018

Being a first time mom, I have no ideas on how to rear a child. How do I make sure I give my child all the things he need and wants without overdoing it? How can I protect him against all the things that can harm him? How can I be the best mom for him? And yes, I get…

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Japan: Exploring Kyoto ~ Fushimi Inari Temple

February 2, 2018

As we explored Kyoto for just a limited time, we were only able to visit two temples.  One of the two temples we visited is the gorgeous Kinkakuji Temple or the Golden Pavilion.  The other one is the Fushimi-Inari temple.  We chose these two as they are among the most visited by tourists. Fushimi Inari is just a train ride away…

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