Top 5 Choosiest Stories This Week: Makukulay na Kuwentong Pinoy
Choose Philippines | Aug 21, 2015
In case you missed it, here's a run down of the most viewed stories of Choose Philippines this week:
The Church of Nuestra Señora del Pilar was built around the years 1846 to 1868. The church was completed in 1881 during Fr. Enrique Magaz’s time.
Our Travel Insider writes: "The last time I've been to Alubihod Beach in Nueva Valencia, Guimaras was probably about ten years ago. I've been here for several times already so I wasn't really excited to see the beach after all those years. However, the memories of how it looks are still fresh in my mind -- the beach is short, just a bit better than the ones we have in Iloilo but not half as good as Boracay."
General Santos City is the tuna capital of the Philippines, and It is no wonder why Generals pay homage to its prime source of livelihood during the annual Tuna Festival.
Plush & Play is a social enterprise born in Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm in Brgy, Encanto, Angat, Bulacan. It highlights the sewing skills of the women living in Gawad Kalinga communities to make hand-stitched soft and lovely stuffed toys and felt items. Aside from putting a smile on the faces of the little ones, the production of Plush & Play provides a sustainable livelihood that allows kids to eat and go to school.
Behind the veggie-themed stuffed toys and finger puppets is Batang Bayani International, Inc. (BBI), a team of young and talented individuals founded by Frenchman Fabien Courteille.
In Metro Manila's artistic food hub up north, one Mr. Sorbetero gives you the best of both worlds: a satisfying dessert that is not only delicious but also affordable. Opened in March 11, 2015 by Paul Perez, Papa Diddi's Handcrafted Ice Cream Company along Maginhawa Street in Quezon City is already selling like pancakes even during the rainy months.