Monthly Archives: November 2016

Sunday Dinner at Balkan Makati

After a visit to husband’s paternal grandmother yesterday, we dropped by Ayala Triangle Gardens in Makati to see the much talked about Festival of Lights where lights on trees dance and sparkle with music. Watching the lights with all that crowd made us feel exhausted and famished so we went to find a nice place to eat. Continue reading

Teseum Seoul: A Day with Teddy Bears

The Teddy Bear Museum – or Teseum – is a must visit attraction in Jeju. If you’ve seen the Korean drama Goong (Princess Hours), some scenes were filmed here. However, due to time constraints during our tour in Jeju, we decided to skip this museum. Luckily, we found out that there is Teseum in Seoul so we paid a visit. Continue reading

Myeongdong Kyoja: Home of Kalguksu and Korean Dumplings

Perhaps one of the things one shouldn’t miss when in Myeongdong (except shopping, of course) is dining at Myeongdong Kyoja. Continue reading

Airbnb Accommodation in Seoul: A Review

Traveling with a child is never easy. One of the challenges that go along with it is finding a comfortable accommodation while making sure that its cost does not hurt our budget. Before, when I look for affordable lodgings, I immediately search thru hostels or backpacking inns but now, Airbnb has given additional options. Continue reading