Last October, I went to Bacolod to attend the MassKara Festival 2010 (see some of my photos here). But also, for me – a trip to Bacolod also means a chance to visit the Talisay Ruins. The Talisay Ruins is the ancestral home of Jayvee, a blogger friend of mine. It’s an enchanting place of… Read More »
I’ve heard from friends that Bob’s fruit punch is something I should write about here. Well, I’m glad to say that during my last Bacolod trip, I was able to visit Bob’s and I agree – this one’s a definite must-try. It’s basically a watermelon punch with chunks of pineapple, peach, watermelon and bits of… Read More »
I was back in Bacolod last week for the MassKara Festival 2010 and of course, for more thirsty adventures. One of them, a trip back to 21 Restaurant and this time, I took the chef’s recommendation and ordered their Buko Lychee fruit shake.
Ginebra San Miguel Gin used to be called Gin Bilog or Kwatro Kantos but now, it goes by the cool and hip name, GSM Blue. GSM Blue is basically gin, which is a spirit stronger than vodka. It is now typically mixed with juice or clear soda, unlike before when it was taken as shots,… Read More »
Another reason why I gained a couple of pounds in Bacolod was because of Calea, a pastry and coffee shop available nowhere else in the country but in that city. I was able to visit two of their branches, the one beside Lâ€™ Fisher Hotel in Lacson Street and their branch in Robinsonâ€™s Place in… Read More »
Walking along Lacson Street in Bacolod during the MassKara Festival celebrations surely made me parched. Good thing there’s Bar 21 Restaurant located along 21st to quench my thirst and fill my hunger late at night. And for my thirsty adventures, I tried their Plantation Bay Iced Tea.
I visited Bacolod City a week ago to attend the MassKara Festival and one of the places I was able visit during my stay there was Pietro Kaffee. This coffee shop is located at the south wing of SM Bacolod. From the outside, the place looks warm and inviting.