Food and Cuisine · Rizal

Treat Yourself at La Travieza Seafood Buffet and Restaurant

“Manong, saan po dito yung seafood restaurant?,” I eagerly asked the tricyle driver. It was already lunchtime when we completed the tour in Pinto Art Museum on a holiday in August 2016. We were all hungry and were looking forward to a rewarding meal. The¬†tricycle drove¬†along the Circumferential Road in Brgy. San Roque (Antipolo, Rizal),… Continue reading Treat Yourself at La Travieza Seafood Buffet and Restaurant

Art and Culture · Rizal

Exploring Pinto Art Museum: A Gem in Antipolo, Rizal

Pinto Art Museum has a lot of things to offer. Indeed, there are many interesting contemporary and traditional paintings, sculptures and crafts which affirm the unique abilities, resourcefulness and creative minds of the Filipinos. From its name itself, Pinto Art Museum opens a door to many possibilities, bringing to reality the things that you have… Continue reading Exploring Pinto Art Museum: A Gem in Antipolo, Rizal

Art and Culture · Rizal · Travel Adventures

When in Antipolo: Day Trip Tips

If you are looking for a quick getaway, try an art tour and buffet lunch at Antipolo City in the Rizal Province. The province is located 25 kilometers east of Manila; so after an hour ride, get ready with your discoveries. Interesting facts about Antipolo Antipolo City is known as the Pilgrimage Capital of the… Continue reading When in Antipolo: Day Trip Tips

Rizal · Travel Adventures

The Tinipak River Adventure

Traveling in Tanay, Rizal will not be complete without paying a visit to Tinipak River, one of the best destinations in the town. Rich in natural attractions, you will be entertained with the marble rock formations and enjoy a refreshing swim in the cool, clear spring waters. Tinipak River was awarded as the cleanest inland… Continue reading The Tinipak River Adventure

Rizal · Travel Adventures

Touring Tanay and Pililla Wind Farms: When Earth, Water and Wind Combine to Amaze the Human Heart

The town of Tanay in Rizal province gets even more popular as batches of tourists and adventure seekers promote its eco-tourism exemplified by its picturesque landscapes, mountains, waterfalls, rivers/springs and historical caves. Tanay is 54 kilometers (about 1.5 to 2 hours) away southeast of metropolitan Manila and is a major agricultural and commercial center of… Continue reading Touring Tanay and Pililla Wind Farms: When Earth, Water and Wind Combine to Amaze the Human Heart

Rizal · Travel Adventures

Exploring Calinawan Cave

Each cave has a unique story, some bearing a historical significance to the community and its people. An example is the Calinawan Cave in Tanay, Rizal. Calinawan Cave (and the Rawang Pass) served as fortresses for Filipino fighters during the revolution against Spain, and the Filipino-American War in 1900. Also, it served as a dwelling… Continue reading Exploring Calinawan Cave

Food and Cuisine · Rizal

Best Tapsilog at Cainta’s Tapsi ni Vivian

Do you love eating Tapsilog or just an occasional “tapsi” consumer? You gotta try Tapsi ni Vivian. After our art tour at Angono, my friend brought me to one of the best tapsilog and bulalo restaurants, Tapsi ni Vivian at Bulalohan. The resto offers a variety of Filipino cuisines, fruit shakes, and desserts such as… Continue reading Best Tapsilog at Cainta’s Tapsi ni Vivian