On Loop: Meant To Be

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Casa Soriano Family Heirloom Cuisine

Welcome to Casa Soriano!


Dining at Casa Soriano means being welcomed into the Soriano clan itself. Continue reading

Bidi Bidi Cafe: heArt of Baao

When art, culture plus food meet, what do you get? Bidi Bidi Cafe is the most accurate answer. As a multi-hyphenate farmer and arts and culture enthusiast, the multi-awarded Bernadette ‘Bidi Bidi’ de los Santos opened her doors to the public via her Bidi Bidi Cafe.

We were lucky to have been invited one fine Sunday to tour her Cafe de Artes and be immersed in her colorful and jovial life via Bidi Bidi Cafe.


The Cafe occupies the lower portion of a Spanish house. Upon entering the compound, lush greens will welcome you.

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Winners of the 4th Pe├▒afrancia Short Film Festival

Here are the winners of the 4th Pe├▒afrancia Short Film Festival given during the Red Carpet Awards Night held on October 8, 2017 at the Universidad de Sta. Isabel Auditorium:

Best Picture – HILO (Ateneo de Naga University)

2nd Best Picture – OMELET (Ligao National High School)

3rd Best Picture – BANAAG (Baao National High School)

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Tugawe Cove Cafe in Naga City

Camarines Sur is blessed with turquoise waters and white sand beaches. A visit to Tugawe Cove is a must if you wish to experience beach bumming to the fullest.

For those who have not yet been to the resort, the owners opened a cafe in Naga City in order to have a glimpse of what is in store for guests while in the island — gastronomically speaking, that is. We were invited one afternoon to sample its pasta and drink offerings. So, off I went with Nick Astig and The Indy Miss to Tugawe Cove Cafe.


If you’re driving from the Almeda Highway, you will notice the glass windows on your left leading to Robinsons Place Naga’s entrance.

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