Magnum Opus Fine Coffees
2F The Prime Building, 115 Aguirre Avenue
BF Homes, Parañaque
Mobile: 0917 817 3697
You know those cafés that seem to be meant for relaxed conversations about life and love, and don’t seem quite apt for planning sessions or business meetings? Those cafés which are small and cozy, homey, tucked away, and serve reeeally good coffee to boot? If you can’t quite put your finger on such a place, then head on over to Magnum Opus. Continue reading “Magnum Opus Fine Coffees: On Silky Cups and Enjoyable Conversations”
On a more personal note, I’ve experienced several milestones in 2016 which led me to thinking: What’s in store for me in 2017? Well, since one highlight of 2017 was being able to start MommySOM, I figure I should kick off the blog this year on a high and hopeful note. The past year sure had a lot of challenges, but here’s what I am most thankful for in 2016 and what I pray 2017 will bring. Continue reading “What’s in store for 2017?”
Hotel Kimberly, Tagaytay
Amadeo Road, Brgy. Kaybagal North, Crisanto Ave.
Tagaytay, Cavite, Philippines
Phone: +63 2 521 1888
I’ve always considered Tagaytay to be our “default getaway” whenever we feel the need for a quick out of town trip. We had so much fun at our stay in Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay that we took so many photos! I had trouble sorting out which ones to put up on my blog! In fact, we have so many photos that I’ll be doing three blog entries on Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay: The Hotel, The Activities, and The Breakfast Buffet. I’ll start with The Hotel. Continue reading “Our Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay Staycation: The Hotel”
Concha’s Garden Café
KM 58 Maharlika East, General Emilio Aguinaldo Highway
Tagaytay City 4120
No.’s: +63 915 850 7945 | +63 998 945 8027
Ok, I’m not really an AlDub (Alden and Yaya Dub) fan, and truthfully I think I was one of maybe 2% of the Manila population who were very late in knowing about the AlDub phenomenon. Come to think of it, I only discovered AlDub when my hubby needed to impersonate Alden for a Christmas presentation last year. I was like, “Sino ka daw dapat? Sino yun?”. But, on a recent Tagaytay staycation, I have to admit it was a done deal that we try Concha’s Garden Café at the Cliffhouse when I found out that it was owned by Alden Richards.
Continue reading “Concha’s Garden Cafe at Cliffhouse, Tagaytay”
*Note: This is a backpost from 2014 🙂
Edit: A newer post on Stacy’s here.
Finally! I got to try Stacy’s one rainy Saturday afternoon. We decided to have lunch there after going to Santuario De San Antonio to do an ocular of their halls (my review on the SSA Halls in a separate post). Continue reading “Stacy’s at BGC”