One Sunday morning woke up at early 6:00 AM. I smelled something like thereâ€™s someone making a bonfire outside. And because of that, I really missed going back to my province at Sorsogon City in Bicol Region. Itâ€™s because … Continue reading
Evolved from the baroâ€™t saya. It is a type of Philippine traditional dress for women that are worn on formal occasions. It is a one-piece long dress with butterfly sleeves. Terno is a Philippine national costume, derived from Spanish … Continue reading
Another way of Filipinos sharing their lifeâ€™s bounty. It is a ubiquitous corrugated box containing any number of small items and sent by an overseas Filipino. These boxes might contain nearly anything that can fit, regardless of whether those items … Continue reading
(Blouse and skirt) The unofficial national dress of the Philippines and is worn by women. This indigenous mode of dressing of the natives of the Philippines was influenced during the Spanish Colonization of the archipelago. One version of it is … Continue reading
An embroidered formal garment of the Philippines. It is commonlly wear in weddings and other formal events. It is very lightweight and worn untucked (similar to a coat/dress shirt), over an undershirt.
Water dipper in English. Used together with “timba” or pail. All-powerful, almost indispensable fixture in the Filipino home, this is also an answer to natureâ€™s call instead of using toilet paper. Helps maintain our famously stringent and clean toilet … Continue reading
Commonly known as toy but back to Philippine historical records indicates that 16th-century hunters used this as their hunting tool.
Love potions and amulets. a Filipino system of magic and sorcery with special use of the talismans, amulets and charms.