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Growing up with pets has been a prime experience for those families raising children in a home. The responsibility of caring for pets requires a certain level of commitment and time in making sure the owner incorporates taking care of the pet part of their daily routine. Making room for a pet in your life is not always as easy as when one is in their singlehood or early twenties when you’re in the middle of raising a whole family. Finding the highest breed and most expensive pup to take care of can take quite the amount of time. The

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In the Philippines, tattoos are often a matter taboo to elder Filipinos and one that’s evolved into an art form for the youth. There used to be a negative connotation behind the idea of getting tattoos for aesthetic and for vanity’s sake, it’s also correlated to criminals who are often keen to get tattoos in prison, highlighting bad behavior and bad decisions as tattoos tend to symbolize in general. However, as the Filipino youth continue to proliferate and grow with the modernity of times, tattoos have been embraced as a form of artistic expression. Tribal Tattoos with Wang-od Tattooing is

The post 4 Celebrated Tattoo Artists to Visit in the Philippines appeared first on I Love Philippines.

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The Filipino language spans 170 with Tagalog being the official language usually spoken in the country’s capital, Metro Manila. Other dialects that are spoken in various parts of the country include, Cebuano, Boholano, Bicolano, Ilocano, Negrense, and many more. Tagalog alone is hard enough to learn since conjugation of words in Tagalog is not practiced with most verbs appearing to be genderless and can often change when using irregular verbs. However, there are also a couple of words spoken as jargon or slang in general Filipino that have no direct translation in the English language which truly encapsulates the way

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As summer slowly makes its way in the Philippines, finding ways to cool down can be a doozy. The heat makes everyone exhausted, thirsty, and hungry for something to keep them distracted from the sun’s wrath. However, in a tropical country like the Philippines, don’t expect Filipinos to get defeated by the summer heat. Keeping cool with fruit juices, shakes, milk tea, ice cream, and iced beverages are number one in everyone’s summer agenda. Milk Tea Craze So many booming beverage businesses have found a way to sell into the local market, and with milk tea businesses making a huge

The post Up Your Milk Tea Game with Bobas N’ Cream appeared first on I Love Philippines.

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In the Philippines, the most celebrated and devout time of the year goes on for four days straight popularly termed as Holy Week. The four day holiday leads up to Easter which falls on the first Sunday after the Full moon date, usually this lands on or after the 21st of March. If the full moon is on a Sunday, then Easter will be celebrated the following Sunday. This 2019, Holy Week begins on April 14, welcomed by a Palm Sunday mass and ends on Easter Sunday, April 21. Several traditions take place in the country during Holy Week and

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Having a great hearty meal is one of the best things about being human, the incessant need to sustain ones appetite can be an overarching experience. Dining in a buffet is exactly that of an experience, with a vast selection of food and unlimited access to great cooking. If there’s one thing about the Filipino spirit, it’s the ability to enjoy food with people and making it a collective memory. There are several buffets that lurk around Metro Manila and in some places outside of the city, specifically in Tagaytay, Baguio, Cebu, and Davao among many other popular places in

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Having a sweet tooth can both be a blessing and a curse. Sweet treats like candies, chocolates, and deserts all have huge power over you when you’re a lover of sweet things. Chocolate is a sweet treat that many people just nibble on like popcorn when they can. Centuries have gone by and chocolate still seems to be here and has refused to go with the times. Every corner of the world has mastered their own flavor and their own brand of chocolate goodness. Universal chocolate brands like Hershey’s, Toblerone, and KitKat to name a few have made their presence

The post Auro Chocolate: Supporting Filipino Farmers in Davao appeared first on I Love Philippines.

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Owning pets and taking care of animals is a hard enough task in and of itself. It’s a major responsibility to care for pets if you’re a dog owner; the challenge becomes trickier over time. Being a young professional who is out of the house most of the day, being there for a dog is not the most convenient care option. For those who live an active lifestyle and don’t work in a standard 9 to 5 job, and spend most of their day in the outdoors, then maybe bringing your furry best friend is doable. Pet Care in the

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When it comes to a rad summer party, the beach is always the first place that comes to mind. Beach parties are a huge part of a summer vacation in a tropical country. The Philippines is composed of several islands that are home to superb island life and hosts multiple beach parties that several tourists and travelers come for. Boracay Island has been known as the party central for many beach lovers and night life seekers. The island was closed down last year for a huge renovation and restructuring that sparked nationwide shock which was ordered by the Philippine president,

The post The New Boracay: Party Island to Paradiso appeared first on I Love Philippines.

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Outdoor activities and trips are much celebrated in the Philippines, being an archipelago with 7,641 islands; nature is at our beck and call. Travelers and tourists from all over the world come visit the country for its scenic locations, nature friendly adventures, as well as Instagram-worthy views. Whether it’s on top of a mountain, on a clear water blue beach, or a superb waterfall, the Philippines is indeed more than a tourist destination. Glamping in the Philippines’ Finest A rather new activity that people have been getting into is Glamping. Glamping is basically glamor camping which can take place anywhere.

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