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Roxas Night Market: A Must Visit

When in Davao City and in the mood for food and shopping, the best (and cheapest) place to go is the Roxas Night Market. The spot has gained huge popularity among locals and even visitors of Davao City due to its accessibility and the variety of things you can find. Roxas Night Market is Nirvana […]

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Golden Bay Beach Resort, Samal Island

Summer means a lot of things. For students, it means a much-welcomed break from the monotony of schoolwork. For travelers exploring the Philippines, it’s an opportune time to travel to their favorite destinations without having to check storm alerts. For me and for most beach lovers, summer has always been the perfect excuse to be […]

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Green Coffee: Excellent Brews and Vibe

I’m always on the prowl for new coffee shops to try. And it’s not just for the love of coffee, I do it because I want to eventually say I have tried all the coffee shops in Davao. This week we tried Green Coffee, another burgeoning coffee chain in Metro Davao. I’ve so far visited and […]

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Must See: Malagos Bird Show

Climate change is a real problem that all of us are aware of but often just brush off. Why? I think it’s because the discussion involves big words and (let’s face it), boredom. At Malagos Garden Resort, it’s a different story! Climate change and environmental awareness become fun topics through their Interactive Bird Show. Malagos […]

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MamBoss Café: The Homey Place to Be

If you’re looking for a homey, vintage-y coffee shop to hang out in in Davao City, we’ve found it for you! My family and I just discovered a quaint café that has everything I am looking for: MamBoss Café. Let me tell you a little back story: I’ve always been a fan of Tata Benito’s […]

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Kadayawan Festival in Davao City, Philippines

Kadayawan Festival is one of the most popular festivals in the Philippines. The thanksgiving is a convergence of the indigenous peoples and the modern residents of the Davao Region as they celebrate a bountiful harvest. Kadayawan is a month-long celebration marked by agri-trade fairs, street markets, food festivals, parades and various competitions. Experiencing Kadayawan is experiencing […]

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