As the pandemic and series of lockdowns happening across the country, non-essential travel is being discouraged. Indeed a tough but necessary measure. Let’s all stay home and use this extra time to reevaluate our priorities and explore new interests. While at it, it doesn’t have to be boring. Here are 5 more activities online that you can do for free to make the most out of your home quarantine.Continue reading “More Activities That You Can Do Online FOR FREE While on Quarantine”
As the seasons change and the temperatures begin to drop, we may find ourselves reaching for more plentiful, rich foods. From comforting steaming soups to indulgent Kapeng Barako. What better way to fight off the cold-weather blues than with a hearty lineup of Filipino comfort food classics? Here are a few of my favorites to fend off the chill.Continue reading “10 Rainy Day Filipino Dishes to Cozy Up With”
The following quarantine classifications are series of stay-at-home orders and health precautionary measures implemented by the government of the Philippines through its Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID).Continue reading “COVID-19 QUARANTINE CLASSIFICATIONS in the Philippines”
Application for an international vaccination can now be done online, Filipinos may secure one should it be required. It can be used as a medical document for essential or emergency travel.Continue reading “How to Get an International Certificate of Vaccination or “YELLOW CARD” Online (A Step-by-Step Guide for Filipino Travelers)”
National Capital Region, Philippines is once again under Enhanced Community Quarantine for the third time on Friday, August 6, 2021 amid a surge of new cases, which the government said were driven by the Delta variant.
Which means most establishments aren’t allowed to operate fully or if not, closed. Those who are below 18 and above 65 years old, those with comorbidities, and pregnant women are not allowed to go out. They can only go outdoors to either obtain essential goods and services. In short, we are stuck at home. Again.Continue reading “Activities That You Can Do Online While on Hard-Lockdown (Again) FOR FREE!”