Abby’s Garden Resort Accommodation: What to See, Eat and Stay in Taal Batangas

Travel Guide: Abby’s Garden Resort Accommodation and Itinerary in Taal Batangas

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Taal Batangas has so much to offer — from beaches, Batangueño culinary, heritage towns, artisan shops, bed and breakfast to full accommodation. An estimate of 3-4hour drive from Manila, it is a convenient, vacation-friendly tourist spot to anyone who wants culture immersion or just unwind in one of Batangas known beaches. While at it, Abby’s Garden Resort accommodation is where you can spend a day or two while doing all of that discoveries within the area.

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The Gazebo at Abby’s Garden Resort

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The Book Museum Cum Ethnology Center Launches the Museum Annex and James Dean Café

The Book Museum Cum Ethnology Center Opens the Museum Annex and in house café, James Dean Café

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Marikina City, March 2018. The Book Museum Cum Ethnology Center is the first in Asia to feature a plethora of books and all sorts of reading and print materials from one of the most-travelled man is Asia, Atty. Dominador Buhain, the President of Rex Group of Companies (a printing company inherited from his parents). He has travelled in over 230 (as of January 2018) countries and islands in his lifetime, throughout his travels he brought with him a vast collection of books, artifacts, art collections and other personal collectibles.

the book museum cum ethnology center

The Book Museum, being a book museum presents an array of different kinds of books and other printed materials from all over the world. Rare items such as: (more…)

Top 5 Leisure, Amusement and Theme Parks in the Philippines

Top 5 Leisure, Amusement and Theme Parks in the Philippines

Enchanted Kingdom
Manila Ocean Park
Ocean Adventure
Zoobic Safari
The Mind Museum

When spending time in the Philippines, local and foreign tourist  never run out of travel ideas and leisure activities/adventures. In fact, I haven’t been in the other regions of the country particularly those that involve rigid traveling. Philippines offers a year long chill and relax atmosphere, from summer all the way to season with bright white christmas lights doesn’t really bother – peak or not peak at all. The 7,100 plus islands has always something amazing to experience.

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Zoobic Safari Subic Bay Zambales [March 2009]


Summer 2013: The Mind Museum in Full Perspective

The Mind Museum in Full Perspective
Summer of April 2013

A Part 1 Photowalk at The Mind Museum (TMM)

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A day to spend with new found friends and to feed a child’s curious mind. Although has featured The Mind Museum (TMM) several times including exhibit testing before it opens to the public; this is my actual and complete visit to the Philippines’ most state of the art science gallery. The photos were shot using a mobile camera. Have fun and we hope that parents (and even adults) bring your kids this summer at TMM.

Our group wasn’t able to visit the two outdoor areas of discovery: Science-in-the-Park and the JY Campos Park due to time constraints and perfectly humid weather. I’ll reserved the Part 2 features of the The Mind Museum from the outdoor adventures soon.

Walk starts here…
When purchasing tickets, it is best to make transactions online. Print the required documents and bring it over the concierge for verification.


Summer 2013: The Mind Museum in Full Perspective

A science museum isn’t complete without the bossy and bony T-Rex

Quezon City Road: Sidewalk Obstruction at New Capitol Estates I

New Capitol Estates I in Quezon City
Sidewalk Vendors Allowed by City government


Since the construction of the expanded foot bridge in front of McDonald’s Commonwealth, the supposed annual “baratillo” vendors were transferred a few meters from its original location. The whole 4th quarter of 2012, the sidewalks and front areas of New Capitol Estates 1 were fully consumed by “tiangge” vendors. These stalls are apparently organized by Quezon City government headed by Mayor Herbert Bautista. Not to mention tarpaulins from what netizens referred as “epal” politicians were frequently adores this sidewalk. 🙂