Seafood Island Cubao

Turn your ordinary dinner into a festive style dining with friends at Seafood Island in Araneta Center, Cubao.

As a hungry buddies, my friends and I hunted some restaurants that can fill our stomach with delicious and something unique in serving. We've decided to dine-in here at Seafood Island and try one of their boodle sets, the group agreed to get the "Kanyaman"  a mouthwatering  set of Tahong, bangus, Bagoong Rice, kangkong, Hipon, Talong, Okra and Lechong Kawali.

I've been here before, nothing much to say about the place aside from it's comfortable, accessible and unique. You don't have to spend more to go to a certain place that serves authentic seafood all you have to do is to go to a place that can satisfy your food trip.


As usual if the foods are great, what else do you expect?


The Best Of Taal

THE BEST OF TAAL not just the volcano and the lake.

Taal Heritage Town, a surprising town in the province of Batangas, a lot of us associated the word Taal to its famous Taal Volcano and the Taal lake without even knowing that there are lots and lots of scenic - historic and natural beauties in here, from century old houses, shrines and churches to a calmly beach resorts facing south.

Taal is a Spanish colonial town in the late 16th to 20th century and it also holds one of the prestigious places in the Philippines history.

Basilica ng Taal

Inside the Basilica

First time visitors: Lhai, Dang and Jenny of Pusong Pinoy

Here are some historical places in case you will visit Taal soon

Bagumbayan Church, Balisong Church, Casa Real , Dela Rosa – Ilagan Residence , Don Leon Apacible Museum, Dona Marcela Agoncillo Museum, Escuela Pia, Gen. Ananias Diokno House
Gregorio Agoncillo Mansion, Our Lady Of Caysasay Shrine, San Lorenzo Ruiz Steps, St. Martin de Tours Basilica, Villavicencio Residences and Well of Sta. Lucia.

To give you more meaning what is LIFE, every time you talk to yourself, take a deep breath during sun setting at its nice and clean beach fronts.
Taal Beach front

Thanks to Mr. Ohmel Suarez for the Taal tour.

For guides about Taal Town click HERE


Ways to Help the Victims of Typhoon Sendong

Photo Courtesy of Bloomberg
Here are some ways to help our brothers and sisters affected by the calamity (Typhoon Sendong)


Excerpt from Philippine National Red Cross
There are currently 19,865 persons in 11 evacuation centers in Iligan City. Cagayan De Oro, which has been placed under a state of calamity, experienced 180 mm of rainfall in less than 24 hours, which has led to massive floods in 23 of its 80 barangays, leaving 17,145 residents in 10 evacuation centers. Prior to the onslaught of Sendong in Zamboanga del Norte, about 143 persons had already evacuated their houses which were destructed by flash floods that swept the municipality of Polanco as well as Dipolog and Dapitan cities. Dapitan River had overflown early Saturday morning which flooded several barangays in Dapitan. There are currently 970 persons in 5 evacuation centers in Zamboanga del Norte.

Bank Deposit

Bank accounts for Donations
Banco De Oro
Peso: 00-453-0018647
Dollar: 10-453-0039482

Bank of the Philippine Islands
Peso: 4991-0036-52
Dollar: 004994-0103-15

Peso: 151-3-041631228
Dollar: 151-2-15100218-2

Philippine National Bank
Peso: 3752 8350 0034
Dollar: 3752 8350 0042

Unionbank of the Philippines
Peso: 1015 4000 0201
Dollar: 1315 4000 0090

All Check/Cash for the account of Philippine Red Cross (Swift Codes)
Banco De Oro

Bank of the Philippine Islands


Philippine National Bank

Unionbank of the Philippines

For your donations to be properly acknowledged, please fax the bank transaction slip at nos. +63.2.527.0575 or +63.2.404.0979 with your name, address and contact number.

SMS and G-Cash

Text REDAMOUNT to 2899 (Globe) or 4143 (Smart)


You can donate the following denominations:
Globe: 5, 25, 100, 300, 500 or 1000
Smart: 10, 25, 50, 100, 300, 500 or 1000

Through your generosity, we can stand prepared for disasters. We appreciate your continuous and unwavering support. Thank you.

Email us: fundgeneration@redcross.org.ph

Call Hotline 143
or  (+632) 527.0000

Bonifacio Drive, Port Area
Manila 1018, Philippines
Email: prc@redcross.org.ph


2. LBC

You may Visit Pusong Page or at https://www.facebook.com/PusongPinoy.org or click on the logo to take you there.


You may drop or send your donations at  the DXRZ Radio Station, Pilar Street, Zamboanga City 
Email: tatakrmn_zamboanga@yahoo.com  Mobile: 09067412194

United for a Cause: Relief Drive in Jeddah 


For your cash and kind donations, you can contact:
Lex Jeff Perez - 0565539395
Ramildave Santos - 0502110365
Simmy Marquez Roxas - 0546227508
Guillian L Ramos - 0509679373

6.   7/11 will donate P10 for every new like, 
up to 1 Million Pesos. You can help by liking their page, and hitting the 'share' button. http://on.fb.me/711TyphoonSendang.


Christmas in Zamboanga City

"SINONG NAGSASABI NA MAGULO SA ZAMBOANGA CITY?" Well, the lights can tell you how safe you are when you are in the city. I am a proud ZamboangeƱo, I grew up there studied and had my first job way back year 2003.

Taken by By Querilyn Aba Dec. 2011

Zamboanga City, is a city that can offer what other city can, and may give you more than what you want. City night life is just the same as Manila has, Restobars with live bands are everywhere. During daytime it's "business as usual", you can go to Barter Trade Center at Canelar,  visit some malls and drop by at the Pasalubong Center  near the Fort Pilar as well and refresh yourselves at the Paseo del mar during sun setting.

Taken by By Querilyn Aba Dec. 2011
Every December, this building (City Hall) is transforming into an enchanted kingdom of lights, where colorful Christmas light decors are shining and sparkling attracting visitors to come closers and discover its beauty face to face. Promising its people the brighter city ahead.

Zamboanga City is a city for all, a simple place with natural richness that soon to show you more. 

I spent my Christmas in my home town 3 years ago, and my one week vacation is not enough to rediscover the beauty of Zamboanga City.
Taken by Lance, December 2008

How to get there?
From Manila : there are three major domestic airline flights and it will only take for about 1 hr and 45mins going there.

There are also available inter island flights  (to and) from "Zamboanga City International Airport" to selected destinations in Mindanao, Visayas and Luzon (esp. Manila)

A Taste of adventure in Zamboanga read more here

Special Thanks to  Ms. Querilyn Aba for the latest photos.

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