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I’ve travelled a lot in my life and a good chunk of them were done during the holiday season. Since I moved to Cebu five years ago, I always made sure that I go home to spend Christmas with the family. In fact, I get so excited when December kicks in because it means I could start shopping for gifts and prepare for my trip home.
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I grew up in a household that loved food. I remember Mom cooking her signature potato salad, spaghetti, chicken ham and fruit salad when there were special occasions and if she’s too busy to do the cooking herself, she would call our go-to caterer for many years, Fablues Catering because they whip up the most delicious dishes. We are also part Ilocano and like what my Grandma always says, Ilocanos are very kuripot but not with food. She would tell stories of how her Dad would stock their pantry with boxes of milk, canned goods, sweets, meat and what not.
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I was going through some photos on my DropBox and stumbled upon some pics from my Baguio birthday holiday last year. Let’s just say that I’ve avoided looking at these photos for quite some time for reasons I choose to keep for myself but I realised that they’re really great and worth-sharing. And besides, it’s Baguio – one of my most favourite places in the world. 🙂
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As I already mentioned here (check out #7), I love food SO much. And if you ask me if there’s one restaurant I love coming back to whether back at home or here in Cebu, it would have to be Bigby’s Cafe.
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I love to travel because what’s not to love, really? Because of my family’s set up where the parentals are assigned in different locations and I was left with my grandparents, I grew up travelling a lot so I’m used to being on the road.
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