National Museum Part 1 visit

The National Museum is open Tuesdays thru Sundays from 10AM to 5PM Location: P. Burgos Drive, Rizal Park, Manila Easiest way to get there: Via LRT Take LRT Line 1 to U.N Avenue. From the train station you can see Rizal Park and the Museum. You just have to walk for about 20~50 meters. Notes:... Continue Reading →


Katacheme’s Rare Gems: P-Pop

It's very rare of me to appreciate local  music, artists and even books. For one reason: the originality is no longer there- at least that's what I feel about the Filipino Pop Culture. But these gems are worth sharing because they are simply good. Yeng Constantino This reality show winner has amazing talents. She writes... Continue Reading →

On Love, Dolphins and Moalboal

Recently, my travels have been too personal; not the reasons but the events themselves. I've been mostly traveling with friends from the office. And the experience is always different whenever I am with them. My last week's trip to Moalboal though, made me realize I should share the experiences to connect to the world. It... Continue Reading →

Finding Forever in Lilo-an

“Today is all about love.” The priest began after his greetings.  The altar shimmered in the glittered gold paint that I find really magnificent. And although it is somewhat disconnected from the old architecture and unpainted walls of the church, the thought of it being the only renovated area of the place amazes me. Perfect!... Continue Reading →

In city tour: Cebu Westown Lagoon

A weekend getaway can be stressful. Beach resorts are quiet far from the main city and travelling can be exhausting. Specially going back home. Sometimes we wish there’s a place near the city where weekends can be spent without any hassle. Well, that’s now possible! I’ve been wanting to check out the place since it... Continue Reading →

Happy Birthday Katacheme!

Where are the balloons? More confetti, please. Oh, oh, fireworks too! 🙂 Happy 1st Birthday, Katacheme!  Is it a rainbow-colored adventure?  Well... it is! Thank you dear wordpress for being so awesome and super cool that I've been blogging here with you for years now. And now my new baby just turned 1 and I can't... Continue Reading →

Event Report: Eiga Sai 2014

Eiga Sai just wrapped up in Cebu last August 10 with the opening –slash-closing movie: Homeland. Watched by many Japanese culture enthusiasts; I can say the event was a successful one. August 9: I had a chance to watch the movie since it was my off. I was excited to watch Like Father, Like Son.... Continue Reading →

Today’s Hero

Prompt: What makes a hero of today? Small deeds done every minute when grouped as one becomes bigger than a big deed done once in a while. A traffic enforcer who guides little kids and elder one's to cross the street either they needed an arm or not. A teacher who takes an extra step... Continue Reading →

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