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AZALEA BORACAY GROUP GETAWAY WEEKEND TRAVEL

Azalea Hotels and Residences Boracay Group Getaway Trip

 

 What will you do when it’s raining non-stop in Metro Manila? Fly to Boracay and enjoy the summer vibe of the island, even on rainy days! Habagat weather was moving heavy in Metro Manila during the third week of August month when we received an invitation to join Azalea Hotels and Residences Boracay Group Getaway trip to one of the most visited island destination, Boracay! The invitation came right after we attended a 3-day OPPO F1s launch event at Pico de Loro. We flew aboard the SkyJet together with other bloggers/wanderers for the Boracay trip last August 16, 2016. DAY 1 Boarding We boarded SkyJet’s early flight […]

SEVEN CORNERS CELEBRATED FILIPINO FLAVORS IN JUNE.

Seven Corners celebrates Filipino flavors this month of June

 

 Seven Corners, located at Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria, features popular Filipino dishes this month of June. Hotel guests and their families can enjoy sumptuous buffet in Seven Corners with rich flavors of Filipino cuisine showcasing dishes across the restaurant buffet’s seven interactive stations. Feast on dishes like Fillet Lechon, Adobo pasta and pizza, and even different versions of the popular sisig (chopped and sautéed parts of pig’s head and liver). For dessert, dig into ice cream flavors such as ube, buko pandan, fruit salad and macapuno, and a lot more. We tried the avocado flavor and topped it with walnut, pili […]

DENCIO'S KRISPY SISIG. Photo taken from Dencio's Official Facebook Page.

‘Pag Sisig, Dapat Dencio’s!

 

 Yep, you’ve read our title right! And we are not making an overstatement here. Yes, we know that there are great sisig versions especially the one that originated in Pampanga. Yet there is a Filipino restaurant that stands-out with their own version of the flavorful appetizer and meal, the Krispy Sisig by Dencio’s Bar and Grill. Sisig, which literally means sisigan in Kapampangan, “to snack on something sour.” The ingredients usually includes grilled pig cheeks and ears sliced and chopped into bite-sized pieces, onion, liver, garlic, salt, pepper, green chili, and it varies from different region or places. The sisig that we […]