Showing posts from November, 2017

Seda Atria kicks off the holiday season with ‘Lin-ay sang Paskua’ and more

Seda Atria has kicked off the holiday season with activities that aim to spread love and cheer; a Christmas tree lighting ceremony, a partnership with Smile Train and Misto’s many exciting promotions for the whole month of December.

LIN-AY SANG PASKUA Hotel Manager Joseph Del Rosario led Seda Atria in launching their Christmas tree with the theme “Lin-ay sang Paskua” on the 15th of November.
“Lin-ay sang Paskua” reminds us of the hardworking women of Iloilo province who are instrumental in obtaining the graces and blessings that we have received throughout the year. She is the pride that we feel for Iloilo. She is the gratitude that we all want to convey. "Lin-ay" represents our "Paskua" to everyone who feels that pride and appreciation of being an Ilonggo.

The tastefully adorned Christmas tree is a pop of brightness that greets guests when they arrive at Seda Atria. Look closely and notice that the Christmas tree exudes femininity. There’s the magical purple lighting …

A peek into Ang Kamalig’s Oyster Bar and more

Ang Kamalig Restaurant now offers fresh oysters baked in different ways to give your oyster eating experience and a healthy dose of vitamins and minerals an exciting twist.
Their enticing varieties are Korean BBQ Oysters, Fried Oysters with Aligue, Three Cheese Oysters and Oyster Rockefeller.

Oysters are a good source of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which are two of the three principal omega-3 fatty acids. They help reduce one’s risk for heart disease and relieve symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis according to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health on its website. Oysters are also a good source of Vitamins A, E, and C, zinc, iron, calcium, selenium, and vitamin B12. Furthermore, raw oysters are known to be strong aphrodisiacs!

Anyway, Ang Kamalig Restaurant also introduced their Chef’s Inspired Ilonggo Selections which are traditional comfort foods that were delightfully prepared by Chef Miguel Trenas the contemporary way. Using the fre…

Tinukib Cafe and Souvenirs: buying local products made easier

The opening of Tinukib Cafe and Souvenirs near Jaro Plaza now makes buying locally made products easier thus benefitting local entrepreneurs because they can reach more people.

I’m happy with this development because scheduled product expos during the weekends never worked for me. With Tinukib Cafe and Souvenirs located just along Commission Civil in Jaro,  I can drop by on impulse any day when my budget permits.

“Tinukib” means to discover. Indeed, there are many items to discover such as food and beverage like Tablea Tsokolate, Turmeric or Ginger Powder, Mango or Ube Piyaya, Mango Calamansi Concentrate, Barquillos, Lengua de Gato, Trappist Jellies, Atsarang Mangga, Kape Miro, Organic Rice, Muscovado Sugar and a lot more; as well as hablon, woven bags, crafts, woodworks and home furnishings.

HELPING MICROENTREPRENEURS AND THE POOR Tinukib Cafe and Souvenirs is operated by Taytay sang Kauswagan, Inc. (TSKI). It aims to provide an avenue for microentrepreneurs to sell their products to the…

Sea Spa: relaxing escape to the sea and the surf

Juana who works too much even on weekends ends up feeling tired. Too tired to give time to the little one who is asking for attention or to a sad friend who needs a listening ear. Juana cannot give time for others as she lacks time herself.
Maria who thinks too many negative thoughts ends up feeling agitated. So, when a troublesome experience happens, Maria easily gets irritated and spews out hurtful words. She cannot give peace if she does not experience peace.

But because Lourdes has so much love in her heart, she is able to love and forgive the likes of Juana and Maria for having a bad day.
“We cannot give what we do not have." There is a ring of truth to this phrase in both the tangible and intangible like quality time, full attention, and love, among others. Life is not perfect, we all experience these but we are not powerless.
I cope by communing with nature. A visit to the beach at least three times a year is already enough to calm my restless soul. If that trip to the beach …