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Here's How This Family Moved From Manila to Build a Beach House in Camarines Sur

Amid the pandemic, Antonette and Emmanuelle Colobong fulfilled their family's dream of seaside living.
Just like most parents, Antonette and Emmanuelle Colobong felt the mental and emotional impact on their family when the pandemic hit. When the opportunity of living outside the city presented itself, they decided to pack their bags and move from Manila all the
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You Can Rent This Entire Island in Palawan for P5,000 a Night

Get the private island experience on this tropical paradise that has been likened to Amanpulo.
If you've ever fantasized about buying your own island, then you're in luck. There's actually an island in Busuanga, Palawan, that you can rent all to yourself.Just 30 minutes away from the airport and 20 minutes by boat is the North Cay
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Here's Why Miriam Quiambao and Her Family Moved to Boracay

The beauty queen shares the joys of laidback life on the island, her family's greatest adventure yet.
Just like many of us, beauty queen Miriam Quiambao and her husband Ardy Roberto started feeling a sense of weariness during the pandemic."We noticed that we were starting to develop some stresses about staying within the city and seeing the same places
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Here's How This Filipino Expat Started a Modeling Career in Thailand

Hansel Manikan has already appeared in Thai TV commercials, music videos, and reality shows.
Hansel Manikan has always wanted to be in the spotlight. Ever since his teens, he would join pageants in his province of Aklan and bring home awards.At the time, K-dramas were beginning to gain popularity in the Philippines, something which fascinated Hansel
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This Modern Bahay Kubo in Batangas Is a Dreamy Escape from the City

Experience the joys of provincial life in this simple yet luxurious Airbnb.
For 37-year-old Johanna "Hannie" Oco, the bahay kubo has a special place in her heart. That's because she grew up with cherished memories of her family in the hut that her grandfather built."We spent most of our time there na naglalaro lang
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Here's Why a Tiny Retirement Home Can Be Your Best Investment

With proper planning and budgeting, Alvin Mamalayan was able to build a cozy retirement home in his 40s.
After living in his Calamba home for so many years, 49-year-old quality control inspector Alvin Mamalayan realized that it might not be ideal for his retirement years."Yung place namin d'on medyo masikip," Alvin tells Summit Media's OG team. "Sabi ko, hindi ko
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Here's How This Couple Turned Their Vacation Home Into a Business

From a personal haven to a cozy private paradise for travelers.
When the pandemic hit in 2020, Ricca Del Rosario and her husband had to wait until restrictions were eased before they could bond with their three kids outdoors. "Maliliit pa sila, nakakatakot, and wala pa ring vaccine during that time," she tells
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This Filipina Started Her Own Coffee Franchise with a P6000 Capital

From an online business to a thriving franchise, Anna Magalona's But First, Coffee is an inspiring story of hard work and perseverance.
Anna Magalona was comfortable in her job as a credit and finance solutions manager in a software company in Makati, but when COVID-19 hit, it made her question a lot of things. She knew that she needed a back-up plan in case
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This Mountainside Cabin in Batangas Can be Your Next Scenic Getaway

A sliver of paradise tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the metro.
It’s no secret that we've all developed a strong desire to travel after spending most of our holidays at home.Vacation plans are being hampered by the recent spike of positive COVID-19 cases in the Philippines, owing to the advent of the newest
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Did You Know? These SB19 Songs Were Co-Produced by South Border's Jay Durias

South Border's frontman talks about his music career, controversy, and working with P-pop group SB19.
To date, Jay Durias is the only remaining constant figure of South Border, a band that made their name around the mid-1990s. And yet despite the changes that happened from within, Durias and the band have stayed relevant.Why? For the South Border
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This Filipina Works as a Tractor Driver at a Farm in Canada

"Wala talaga siya sa list na I wanted to be in the future...kaya hindi ko ineexpect na mai-inlove ako sa farming."
Canada takes pride in being one of the world's most diverse and cosmopolitan nations. Because of its natural beauty, sophisticated cities, and international cuisine, most Filipinos have picked Canada as their top destination for visiting, studying, working, and immigrating. However, establishing a
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Here's the Real Story Behind True Faith's Hit OPM Song "Huwag Na Lang Kaya"

“But as Filipinos, we are naturally torpe. You know we always have second thoughts on doing things lalo na with love.”
“But as Filipinos, we are naturally torpe. You know we always have second thoughts on doing things lalo na with love,” said vocalist Medwin Marfil. Have you been in a situation where you hesitantly approached or spoke to someone you like for fear
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Karen Davila Hilariously Talks About Her Viral Reaction to Lyca Gairanod’s Birthday

Remember when the two went viral because of their reaction when they learned they have the same birth date?
Journalist, television presenter, and now YouTube content creator Karen Davila admits she’s used to bashing and negative attention. “I’ll be viral, but it’s because of a question I asked or how I did an interview,” she admitted, in a funny and revealing
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Did You Know? Sponge Cola’s Band Name Almost Became Sponge Dog

Here’s why they chose “Cola” instead.
What’s in a name? A lot—especially in the music industry and now that everything is on the internet and social media.Do you know how your favorite bands came up with their band names? Yael Yuzon, Filipino rock band Sponge Cola’s vocalist, shares
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Did You Know? Sponge Cola’s Hit Song "Jeepney" Was Originally A School Project

The inspiration was our trips from Katipunan to UP,” says the song’s composer, Datu Pendatun.
It’s safe to say Filipinos have a love-hate relationship with the jeepney or jeep as we call it. It’s one of the most practical ways to travel, but it’s also a challenging part of the commute, especially during the rush hour. Yet many
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This Pinoy Transformed an Old Water Tank Into a Cozy Tiny Home

A lot of parents (and people) had to be more creative and resourceful during this pandemic.
When you put together an old water tank and a bodega what do you get? Dad and real estate owner Ronald “Tonton” Tan said you get a tiny house.“‘Yung Tank House talaga is a story to tell,” he said in a Summit