Sunday, January 31, 2016

Uke Box Caffe, Libis Quezon City

Do you like playing music? Do you love eating? Or you love doing both at the same time. Well here’s one perfect place you can hang out on with your friends or family while fulfilling your desires, only at Uke Box CaffĂ© in Eastwood Libis, Quezon City.

Uke Box Caffe is not your ordinary coffee shop or snack bar that you used to hang out, bond, or relax with colleagues. They added some twist on the place. Their main theme is 'Ukulele' (Instrument with 4 strings) where they actually got the name Uke Box. That’s why when you enter the place, you will see numerous ukuleles that are displayed on the wall. But these are not for display only, because you can buy those or rent it to play there. So if you’re really in the ukulele scene, you will surely love it here. But then if you don’t have any idea about this instrument just like me, it’s alright because they offer free workshops if you want to learn. They have an open mic too if you have the talent in singing. Or just seat, relax, and just enjoy live music while having good food.

Sunday, January 24, 2016

[Sponsored Post] Galli Village Cafe, Makati City

People nowadays spend their money more on traveling rather their own luxuries, material things or other comforts in life. We are very adventurous exploring places around the country, in Asia, or in all over the world. With this, we don’t only get into actions or activities, but we also get to experience variety of food.

I’m saying this because people now are very knowledgeable when it comes to food because of traveling. They are very adventurous and experimental not only on traveling but also in eating.  That’s also how the restaurant businesses with fusion cuisines are becoming successful here in the Philippines. Just like what the owners of Galli Village Cafe did.

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Our Lady of Manaoag Shrine, Pangasinan

After visiting the top tourist destination in Pangasinan (Hundred Islands), I was very glad that I also got a chance to see one of the major religious landmarks in the country, the Our Lady of Manaoag Shrine. Many Catholics in the country and from all over the world are full devotees of this church. People heard, believed, and experienced themselves the miracles it bring. That’s why people are continuously visiting the place to wish, pray, or plead for their different own reasons. And more and more are coming and now becoming followers of Our Lady of Manaoag.

Monday, January 4, 2016

Silantro Fil-Mex, UP Town Center

A Filipino – Mexican cuisine originated in Dagupan, Pangasinan and one of the crowd favorites in Kapitolyo - which is like the home of the foodies, just opened another branch in UP Town Center. I always hear good reviews about it that’s why I really wanted to try their dishes. Good thing, they expanded and put one up in Quezon City, just near my place.

Saturday, January 2, 2016

Welcome 2016!!!

Happy New Year to everyone!! 12 months have passed once again. I want to thank all the people who took time to visit and read my few blogs. As a newbie blogger, it’s given that it would be tough at start, especially writing and photography is not really in my line but then I realize that it’s tougher to continue what you have started. Frustrations come - you have travels to share but you can’t write everything what’s in your mind, you get to the point on not being contented on the photos you take, you have no time, no travels, and more disappointments. It’s really hard to have a determination to go on. But then I just believe on the love and passion in what you do. That’s why I keep going on and always try to strive to be better.

Now another fresh new year is here, it means another chance to grow, to develop what I do, make my blogs and photos better, to learn something new, to discover places, meet new people to share and learn with them, to write more informative, more fun, inspirational, etc for everyone. And to just continue loving on what I do.

Again, have a prosperous New Year from the Prettea Traveler! 
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