June 29, 2015 I love traveling and going to places, discovering sites and immersing myself to the local cultures. If I had only one thing in the world that I would be doing , then it would be this. My husband and I booked Cathay Pacific for our long journey from Manila to San … Continue reading The Stateside Story: Bay Area Food Trip
Wente Vineyards Louis & Mel Sauvignon Blanc 2016
Don't let the twist cap fool you. This vintage 2016 has a pleasant bouquet of Jasmine. It has a nice light yellow color. It's got high acidity, low tannins, and dry. It's got some potential.
Atamisque: 2013 Malbec
Rich blackberries. Honestly, that is all I remember. I seriously need to revisit this wine. However, if I didn't order it again maybe it's not that memorable.
Seoul, South Korea
Having a great interest in traditional eastern culture as well as state of the art technology, you would love Seoul, South Korea. For starters, South Korea not so long ago was considered a third-world country and is now one of the world’s leaders in economic development. Having said that, the experience of Seoul was a … Continue reading Seoul, South Korea
Barcelona is a part of Catalunya. The northeast region of Spain. It is foremost, a place I would love to call my second home. You'll hear echoes in the fútbol (soccer) stadium at Camp Nou. They are so passionate about this sport. So, if you're a soccer fan and want to check out the stadium … Continue reading Barcelona
Budget travel to Europe on your schedule
Time is not an issue if you have plan ahead.
Lourdes, France is a beautiful small town south of Paris. It's a place between heavy tourism and quiet agricultural life. You could just marvel at the gorgeous views of the Pyrenees region. If you are going for the main tourist attraction: The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes, from the train station (Lourdes). In the main … Continue reading Lourdes, France