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Common Tropical Fruits in the Philippines

Common Tropical Fruits in the Philippines

by Jhaypee Guia on November 5, 2015

Tropical fruits are fruits growing in tropical countries – warm areas with temperate climate. Since Philippine is a tropical country, a variety of delicious tropical fruits are cultivated here. Here are some of the most common tropical fruits in the Philippines.


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Ten  Restaurants to have your Rainy Day Comfort Foods

Ten Restaurants to have your Rainy Day Comfort Foods

by Red de Vera on October 19, 2015
Everyone likes to have some hot bowl of soup on a rainy day and it’s best to have them in your favorite restaurant. There are many restaurants in Metro Manila where you can have some soup but here is the top 10 restaurants where you can have a delicious treat of your best-loved comfort foods. This list is based on GMA News TV weekly countdown show “Ang Pinaka”
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Culinary Travel Adventures

Culinary Travel Adventures

by J.P. Leo Castillo on August 18, 2015
balut did not originate from the Philippines but seems to have come from China and spread to such places as Vietnam and Cambodia, perhaps even before southern Chinese immigrants took it with them to the Philippines.
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REAL SEAFOOD... IN REAL, QUEZON

REAL SEAFOOD... IN REAL, QUEZON

by J.P. Leo Castillo on August 15, 2015
The roadside seafood market of Tignoan in Real, Quezon province; you can buy freshly caught seafood and have it cooked while you wait.
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Daranak Falls

Daranak Falls

by J.P. Leo Castillo on August 6, 2015
Daranak Falls amidst a lush forest, ochre-colored rocks and a jade green pool.
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Real, Quezon: Gateway to the Pacific

Real, Quezon: Gateway to the Pacific

by J.P. Leo Castillo on July 29, 2015
This coastal town offers the shortest route to the Pacific Ocean from Metro Manila. It may not have white sand beaches but it offers a whole lot of other attractions.
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Mayon Volcano - At Long Last

Mayon Volcano - At Long Last

by J.P. Leo Castillo on July 16, 2015
The ruins of the Cagsawa Church and its still-standing belfry was the unmistakable, almost-perfect cone shape of Mayon set against the backdrop of a clear blue sky.
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QUEEN OF QUESADILLAS

QUEEN OF QUESADILLAS

by Michael Ocampo on July 15, 2015
Went out with some friends in Bacolod City and chanced upon a very unique restobar on Lacson St. From the outside
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Guimaras: Mangoes and Alubihod Beach

Guimaras: Mangoes and Alubihod Beach

by J.P. Leo Castillo on July 8, 2015
MANGOES! But while this island province may be famous for its sweet fruit, it also boasts several unspoiled white sand beaches, beaut
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Baguio: Old Charm, New Delights

Baguio: Old Charm, New Delights

by J.P. Leo Castillo on July 1, 2015
In our younger years Baguio City was the prime tourist destination for us with its pine forests and colorful flowers, charming green and white wooden structures, cool mountain air and relaxed pace.
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