Baguio City Travel Guide Simplified

If you are new to this mountain city or is planning to visit, here are a few things you should know. PART 1: Common Knowledge Weather: Coolest months: November-Febuary Warmest months: March-May Rainy months: June-October Overview: The name Baguio conjures, for both the international and domestic traveler, a highland retreat in the Grand Cordillera in Northern Luzon, with pine trees, crisp cold breezes and low verdant knolls and hillocks. Through the numerous decades Baguio has … [Read more...]

Ygolottes’ – Successful Filipino Online Store

I am happy to say that Filipinos are now catching up and opening their minds to technological advancement. With such acceptance is the opening of new doors of opportunities to actually earn online. With today's increasing unemployment rate and with hundreds of thousands of college graduates every year, the need to explore online jobs and opportunities is a necessity. An example - During the early 1990's until early 2000, the selling of used or second hand clothes (wag-wag) was a booming … [Read more...]

Rose Cafe – Baguio’s heavenly guisado and mami to the max!

There is a place in Baguio City that offers a specialized menu that only true blooded Baguioans know. A place where simplicity defeats the purpose of ambiance. A place where waiting is worth the food. A place where visitors and tourists in Baguio should experience to complete their Baguio visit… A place we call Rose Café & Eatery. I was introduced to Rose Café’s  Mami noodles almost 3o years ago by my father. It was always his next stop right after having coffee at Dainty Restaurant … [Read more...]

LAYAD HANDICRAFTS – “the strong and sturdy”

"No guts, no glory" - this was how Angeline Malecdan of Layad Handicrafts describe the world of entrepreneurship. LAYAD handicrafts showcase unique Cordillera-inspired products. It ranges from everyday accessories like mobile phone case, ladies’ bag and coin purse, to ornamental plant hangers, to the more manly wine racks. Techniques include traditional design and “ikat” weaving in the traditional weaving loom, needle works and macramé. The producers are mostly jobless women … [Read more...]

How to make money while doing Facebook

I was asked this question by a watwatworld follower who is also a Facebook fanatic. I had to pause for a while before saying the truth - there is no shortcuts in earning online. Just like any other profession or business, you have to learn, study and experience the trade before you can actually earn while surfing your favorite social networking site. However, learning how to make money online is actually easy if you put a little bit of your time and dedication to it. There are many simple … [Read more...]

ARRYTUZ HANDICRAFTS – “Fashion accessories handcrafted with perfection”

Watwatworld features ARRYTUZ HANDICRAFTS, a home based business that is helping many families earn additional income. The entrepreneur behind ARRYTUZ HANDICRAFTS is Sheryl Apilado Abanse of Irisan, Baguio City. During her college days, she was fond of making her own earrings out of small wood chips, ethnic beads, or any material that could be made into earrings. It was her hobby and she had no formal schooling in handicraft or fashion accessory making. Her classmates and relatives soon noticed … [Read more...]

Yannicreations – “the art of decoupage”

YanniCreations I am a free spirited recycling artist and Etsy Artisan. I am engaged in all sorts of crafting but I hold a deep appreciation for recycling and creating with decoupage to be the most fulfilling.My love for upcycling and remaking started because I have an enormous collection of bits and pieces that I have stocked since childhood. I used to do collage, woodworks, beads and more traditional kinds of things.When I started creating funky jewelries, it was hard to stop. Currently, I have … [Read more...]