Posted in Leisure, Travel

Summer Escapade: In need of Vitamin R? Rest from Stress?

Tired of imagining your batcha as infinity pool, and tabo as kiddie pool? Well, chill best friend I’ve got something here for you and for the whole squad! Leggo to Club Balai Isabel, Talisay Batangas!17352880_1930090727227431_95699228_n

They can accommodate 2-20 persons, they offer Villas, Suits, Cottages and Hotel Rooms. If you are planning an outing, there is no need to bring the whole kitchen, cooking option is available and they have complete kitchen utensils. They also have set of basic toiletries.

Outdoor Adventures:


2. Wilderness and Taal Volcano Hiking

Visit their page for more info:


How to get there:

Option 1: From South Super Highway  (via Tagaytay)

  1. Take the Sta. Rosa Exit and turn right.
  2. Follow the main road leading to Tagaytay. When you reach Tagaytay, you will come to an intersection.
  3. Turn Left at the intersection.
  4. Go straight until yo see a public elementary school at your left and a road named Ligaya Drive on your right.
  5. Turn Right at Ligaya Drive. Follow the road down to Talisay. Please exercise caution: this is a steep road. 
  6. When you reach the bottom of the road you will come to an intersection. Turn Left at this intersection.
  7. You will pass a bridge. Club Balai Isabel is 200 meters from this bridge on the right side. If you see a second bridge,  then you have gone past the resort.

Option 2: From South Super Highway

  1. On South Luzon Expressway, simply go straight past the end of the highway, and straight to  the Star Tollway.
  2. Go up the ramp at the Tanauan City exit and turn right. You are now at the National Highway.
  3. Follow the road going to Talisay.
  4. When you reach the town proper of Talisay, go straight ahead.
  5. Club Balai Isabel is 500 meters from the town proper on your left side. If you see the second bridge, you have gone past the resort.


Posted in Crimes and News

Why these Indian state elections matter to the whole world


An art student paints during a voting awareness campaign ahead of the elections. As India’s popular state Uttar Pradesh has the largest parliamentary representation and holds huge political sway.

India’s ruling political party has won a crucial state election, strengthening the ability to push through a development agenda in the worlds fastest growing major economy. Of the five state elections being counted over the weekend, one result especially loomed large, that off central India’s Uttar Pradesh, home to more than 200 million people. the staggered five-week vote in that state alone marks the biggest election in the world in 2017.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling Bharatiya Janta Party or the BJP, won in a landslide, taking a total of 312  over 75% of the 403 seats on offer in the biggest majority for any party in Uttar Pradesh since 1980.

The clear majority means the BJP will be able to form a state government without the help of other parties. In previous Uttar Pradesh election in 2012, the BJP ony won 47 seats. 2017’s votes marks a significant endorsement for Modi, the leader of BJP, and the face of its campaign across state elections.


Posted in Leisure, Lifestyle

Looking for a new barkada hangout in the busy streets of the South? Here are the top 6 mini resto that is friendly with the budget and tummy!

First stop, Butch Seafood & Grill Restaurant, located in National Road, Alangilan Batangas City. Menu starts only at 100 pesos up, they offer breakfast, lunch, dinner and desserts. the ambiance is a “Bahay Kubo at Lutong Bahay” theme.

for more info, visit their facebook page:







Next stop, Irene’s Bulalo sa Kubo, located in Alangilan, Batangas City. Open 24/7, they also offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, you can also have a drink here with your friends and family, price starts at 50 pesos up.

For more info, visit their facebook page:





Wanam sa Bukid, located at Gulod Labac, Batangas City. Food, 9/10, a must try all day breakfast menu, best seller is the tender tocino and tasty fried rice was so good. Pancit Canton will be good after being served prawn crackers as an appetizer. Sinigang na Hipon will have you full with the rice combination.

Ambiance check: Cool Aircon, clean toilets, but not so elegant, just your plain dining area.

Service: Well trained service crew, and food was served hot and fresh off the kitchen.

Price: Affordable and reasonable.

Parking: Ample space with security, but may be limited on certain occasions like long weekend or holidays.

Ps: it closes at 9pm so no midnight meals for this resto.

For more info, visit their facebook page:




He Brews Cafe, located at P. Burgos Street, Batangas City. Pros, budget friendly, clean area and nice food presentation,  good for afternoon snacking, best frappes, good menu selection. Cons, semi-self service, no toilet or washing for hands, limited parking, small sized table only, closed on sundays.

For more info, visit their facebook page:




BG Burger, located at Kumintang Batangas City, known as “The Best Burger in Town, Griled at its Best”, price starts at 150 pesos up.

For more info, visit their facebook page :




Brand X Burgers, located at RL Building, Hilltop Road, Kumintang Ibaba, Batangas City. Just the right bite if you are craving for a burger treat, presentation is simple, but the beef patty is softly grilled that is fantastic. Plus a wide variety of choices. Price starts at 150 pesos up.

For more info, visit their facebook page:




Last but not the least, Hugot Cafe. Located at GN Building, JP Laurel Highway, Kumintang Ibaba, Batangas City. Bring your brokenhearted friends to share some hugot of the day, even the menu speaks to its self on why is it called Hugot Cafe, this is kind of a safe haven for those people who wants to have a break on the roller coaster ride of love.

For more info, visit their facebook page:





I hope this helps on your next hangry destination with the squad! Good luck my friend on the next diet plan, see you at the resto ;).





Posted in Lifestyle

Summer is just around the corner II: sunblock check, bikini out!

Heyaa Girlfriends! How’s the search for the perfect bikini for Summer 2017? Let go of the 2016 vibe and say hello to the fierce and spicy 2017! Show them ya curves, go love ya self and be sassy wearing the bikini!

Here are some bikini ideas for you and for the squad!



Posted in Travel

Summer is just around the corner: Exciting vacation goals in 2k17!


Tired hearing the famous quote of the barkada? The “Nag plano,na-excite,  naging drawing.” Well here are some of the summer destinations  and tips for 2017!

My dear Best friend, 150 pesos is all we need! Can’t afford checking in to those expensive infinity pools in the north?

Experience the best of the south here in Batangas for you to have a chance to post a hashtag like  #masayaangbakasyonko  #hindinadrawing  #beach  #travelgoals  #infinitypool and  #ilijanatitsfinest! Yes you heard it right, its more fun at Ilijan Batangas City! And yes 150 pesos entrance fee at VISTA de PUENTE Beach Resort! Don’t forget to visit and like their page:     https://www.facebook.com/vistadepuente/

How to get there:

From SM City Batangas, ride a jeepney bound to Pagkilatan Ilijan, and get off to Ilijan.

(90 pesos back and fourth) (PS: Bring power bank)

You can do side trips!

  1. Ilijan Waterfalls
  2. Kanluran Sea Shore
  3. St. Michael Archangel Parish

Don’t forget to hashtag #itsmorefuninilijan !


Posted in Entertainment

Richard and Lucy’s daughter Juliana stuns at prom


Richard Gomez and Lucy Torres’ 16 year-old daughter Juliana has grown into a beautiful young lady and it was during her prom night. Juliana looked glamorous in her Boom Sason magenta colored off-the-shoulder slit gown, as her facial features were highlighted with her natural make-up look by Athena Bueno. Its no surprise that she was crowned prom queen.

She was accompanied by fellow celebrity Claudia Baretto who donned a long black gown by Rajo Laurel.



Posted in InSide the Philippines

Philippine Government

Philippine Government

The Philippines is a democratic and republican State. Sovereignity resides in the people and all government authority resides from them.

-Article II, Section 1 of 1987 Constitution.

The Philippines is a republic with a presidential form of government wherein power is equally divided among its three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial. One basic corollary in a presidential system of government is the principle of separation of powers wherein legislation belongs to Congress, execution to the Executive, and settlement of legal controversies to the Judiciary.

The Legislative branch is authorized to make laws, alter, and repeal them through the power vested in the Philippine Congress. This institution is divided into the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Executive branch is composed of the President and the Vice President who are elected by direct popular vote and serve a term of six years. The Constitution grants the President authority to appoint his Cabinet. These departments form a large portion of the country’s bureaucracy. The Judicial branch holds the power to settle controversies involving rights that are legally demandable and enforceable. This branch determines whether or not there has been a grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack or excess of jurisdiction on the part and instrumentality of the government. It is made up of a Supreme Court and lower courts. The Constitution expressly grants the Supreme Court the power of Judicial Review as the power to declare a treaty, international or executive agreement, law, presidential decree, proclamation, order, instruction, ordinance or regulation unconstitutional. (http://www.gov.ph/about/gov/)

Last July 31, 2016 new administration opened as Rodrigo Roa Duterte officially seated as the new president of the Republic of the Philippines. One of his memorable line on his speech was, “Change must start with us and in us.” Truly, many has happened and still happening for the past months of his term whether it is for good of many or few, time will tell.











Posted in Crimes and News



The Philippine has some social problems which is need to fix. One of these problem is crime. People who commit crimes comes from the different background.  The biggest problem that the Philippines facing today is the “War against Criminality”.

The overall crime rate in the Philippines went down but the murder rate up during the first 5 months of the administration of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, according to the latest figures from the Philippine National Police (PNP). The index crime volume declining to  55,391 from July-November this year compared to 81,064 from July-November 2015  or a drop of 31.67 percent.


Communication Secretary Martin Andanar claimed that the Philippines is now a “safer place”.

In contrast, the number of people that killed has risen since Duterte launched his anti-drug campaign. A total of 5,882 people have been killed across the country since President Rodrigo Duterte launched his war on illegal drugs, PNP data showed.

Human rights advocates are however alarmed over how the anti-drug drive may be encouraging police abuses and summary executions.

The PNP is currently investigating 1,067 unexplained killings, which dela Rosa said, were not all drug related.