Any person caught by the land transportation office (LTO) or any of its deputized agents like deputized PNP personnel, MMDA traffic enforcers and others, driving in the Philippines without a valid driver’s license is liable to pay a fine worth Php3000. This includes driving with an expired license, revoked license, suspended license, inappropriate driver’s license, tourist driving… Read More »
Philippine law provides that no person shall operate a motor vehicle on any highway recklessly or without reasonable caution considering the width, traffic, grades, crossing, curvatures, visibility, and other conditions of the highway and the conditions of the atmosphere and weather or so to endanger the property or the safety or rights of any person or cause… Read More »
Craving for Filipino food in New Zealand? Try Crispy Pata, Pork Sisig, and Daing na Bangus at Boracay Garden Restaurant in Auckland! The restaurants best sellers are; Crispy Pata – deep fried pork hock Pork Sisig – Chopped and seasoned pig parts, served on a sizzling plate Daing na Bangus – fried and deboned Bangus (milkfish), marinated… Read More »
Tayuman LRT Station is in between Blumentritt LRT station and Bambang LRT station. Tayuman originated from the word “tayum”, which is a type of an indigo plant. Tayuman is famous as the “religious hub” of Metro Manila, where there are plenty of stores selling religious items such as rosaries, novena booklets, and statues, among many others.
Craving for Filipino food in the United States? Try Lechon Belly, Dinuguan, and Bangus Sinigang at Cafe Panadero in Yigo, Guam! Cafe Panadero is located at 169 North Point Center, Iglesia Street, Marine Corps Drive, Yigo, Guam. Cafe Panadero’s best sellers are Lechon Belly – roasted and slow-cooked pork belly, stuffed with pandan leaves and spices Dinuguan… Read More »