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There’s no taste like home
THE post-holiday slump is real and returning to the daily grind after a couple of weeks of nothing but family time and binge-eating can be a considerable feat. Don’t lose heart just yet. There’s another multitude of festivities coming as ...
From 632 days ago
Form and (Multi) function
THE capital city of Eritrea, a country in the Horn of Africa, Asmara has some of the greatest modernist architectures in the world, earning it the moniker “Africa’s Secret Modernist City” and the recognition of being a Unesco World Heritage ...
From 648 days ago
Coffee with a side of clever and chic
THE options in the city may be endless but navigating its sea of cafes can be tough. If you make your way to Cafe Selva though, you’ll find its interior looks like it was plucked straight out of Pinterest. You ...
From 651 days ago
The Moffats on old favorites, life milestones and Cebu
AFTER two decades since they first performed in Cebu, The Moffatts were back in town for a concert at the Hoops Dome Arena, Lapu-Lapu City last Nov. 23. It was the second leg of their reunion tour which started in ...
From 673 days ago
Tapear Like a Tita
BACK in the day, tapas referred to slices of bread or meat used as tapa or lid to keep flies from swarming over drinks. Now they’re a culinary category in themselves and have crossed borders and seas, from Spain to ...
From 683 days ago
Ideal and Idyllic
BECAUSE of its geographic location, Iloilo is known as the “Heart of the Philippines” and furthermore, because of the soft and gentle manner in which the Ilonggos speak, it has also earned the nickname “City of Love.” It may be ...
From 686 days ago
'Dynamic Duo' brings the flavors on at Maayo
THE four-star Maayo Hotel is an urban retreat known not only for its tastefully appointed rooms and well-thought-out wellness amenities such as an al fresco jogging trail and yoga space, but also for its on-site dining outlets that offer hearty ...
From 690 days ago
From fledgling to full-fledged
THESE saccharine treats have transcended generations and although there is no definitive story on how they came to be, there is one worth telling--that of how a family has preserved not just a decades-old recipe, but also something part and ...
From 711 days ago
Dining with pleasure at Plantation Bay
PLANTATION Bay Resort and Spa is best known for its colonial-plantation architecture and the paradisaical solitude it offers. Finding yourself in this 11.4-hectare retreat feels like being swept away into a faraway vacation destination when it’s actually just an hour ...
From 718 days ago
A certain 'Jean Ne Sais Quoi'
IN an intimate media dinner a couple of weeks ago, Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu introduced its new executive chef, Jean Louis Leon. But it wasn’t a typical meet-and-greet where everything seems forced and everyone is too stiff and formal. ...
From 725 days ago