Patricia Aleckzandra | PinoyTrekker The Philippines is administratively divided into 81 provinces (Filipino: lalawigan). These, together with the National Capital Region, are further subdivided into cities (Filipino: lungsod) and municipalities (Filipino: bayan). Cities are classified into three categories: highly urbanized cities, independent component cities, and component cities. Baguio is considered as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Bacolod is PH’s City of Smiles, the Queen City...
Mitzi Ilagan | Pinoytrekker.com Christmas is not just about giving, because for most Filipinos, this is the best time to gather the whole barkada and clan again. But when one's from the northernmost part of Manila and the other comes all the way from Batangas, the venue becomes the problem. December also is the time when most people dine out,...
Ann Gabriel | Pinoytrekker Food poisoning is an illness that is caused by eating contaminated food. Bacteria, viruses and parasites — or their toxins are the leading causes of food poisoning. These infectious organisms can contaminate food at any point of food production. Chances are you might not be able to avoid it completely, even in your own home. That is...
Rod Gabriel | PinoyTrekker In our search for good stories here and there, we were able to drop by in SMX, MOA Complex because of an invite from Jeffrey Rusios, a good friend of ours in the blogging industry. Lucky for us, the event, which our friend invited us to go to was Franchise Asia Philippines 2016. Here, we got a lot...
As we celebrate the culinary month of April, join us for a culinary expedition that will provide different dimension to your travel experience! Let us travel, eat and learn as we fly to the home of the majestic Mayon Volcano. Discover the process of making "pili". Learn how to cook authentic "Camalig pinangat" and "Guinobatan longganiza". Savor the flavor of...
Ann Gabriel | PinoyTrekker Contrary to what we believed in, when we were still children, the 'Wala Pang Five Seconds Rule' has been debunked by science. The 'Wala Pang Five Seconds Rule' was meant to declare food as safe if picked up within 5 seconds from being dropped. Various foods were drop tested on different surfaces to see how fast bacteria...
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