We would have probably watched Disney on Ice this holiday season, like many other Filipino families that have made it a part of their Christmas tradition. After all its latest line up now includes the likes of Ana and Elsa, and Dory – characters that Akira loves – but it wasn’t until we found out that a show our … More Masha and the Bear is our first kiddie live show!
Our 2-night stay at Solaire ends with a morning swim before check out. We were lucky we were still able to use the pool. It was closed the day before due to a strong typhoon. It looked like a lot of the guests also had swimming in mind, but thank goodness the pool was pretty big. It’s … More Part III: Swimming, samgyeopsal and more at Solaire
Call it a joke that’s half meant, but gogigui or Korean barbecue sure is a great excuse to eat more veggies. The Oblifiases are quite fond of Korean food. As far as my experience goes, the best Korean places tend to be the more modest ones – Manna in Poblacion, Makati immediately comes to mind – and you … More Part II: Swimming, samgyeopsal and more at Solaire
My mom got a wonderful surprise when she received a phone call after Christmas saying she has a free 2-night stay at Solaire’s Sky Tower. My mom is in the transportation and tourism industry. She runs her own car rental business, and also arranges tours, connecting flights and accommodations for local and foreign guests alike. Hence, the occasional hotel … More Swimming, samgyeopsal, and more at Solaire
Christmas is for children, that much I am sure. I’ve long been indifferent to Christmases, but having Akira changed that. Take a look at our Christmases for the past 3 years. Whether it is a simple celebration at home or an adventure out-of-town, this little girl has never failed to light up the room and make … More 3 years of Christmas with Akira