The Philippines is a country surrounded by bodies of water – either natural or man-made. And, Filipinos are a people that have grown up amidst these beauties, getting accustomed to the wonders that they bring and getting spoiled by them. Thus, it isn’t any wonder that we always find ourselves taking time off from the craziness that life brings to drench ourselves in the cooling and soothing therapy that swimming can give us. People looking for a swimming pool in Quezon City are especially…
NEW CAFE ALERT: Artheraphy Cafe - Quezon City A Christian cafe that also sells t-shirts prints crazy milkshakes and dishes like nachos sandwiches pasta and more (info from @alyssatuangco) @alyssatuangco # #bookymanila View its exact location on our app! Tag your friends who love cafes
Ninyo Behind hectic Katipunan Avenue is this crazy romantic setting complete with a garden and a koi pond. A bit Zen, a bit Bossa nova, and with charming antique details, Ninyo is intimate yet dreamy. We recommend the Chargrilled Tiger Prawns (P400) or the Fruitwood Grilled Chilean Sea Bass (P880)—that should also show you how much you might spend for a Ninyo meal. 66 Esteban Abada St., Loyola Heights, Quezon City Tel. No. 426-0301 and 0917-538-5813 Open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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