Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Little Things that Would Make You Love Amorita

“Dear Angela, The Little Love – Amorita – welcomes you! Here, infinite delight can be found everywhere; even in the little things.”

Those were the first lines I’ve read upon onset in our breathtaking and naturally furnished junior suite, on a printed piece of note that was left by the general manager with complimentary cookies next to it. Those for me are also just the perfect words to describe Amorita. Throughout our entire stay, I felt like a little darling again taking pleasure in little things the resort has to offer with its variety of fun activities, enticing clear waters, stunning boutique, infinity pools, endearing playground, and the sunny-salty feels that is a lot more right to make me put my mind off from the everyday hustle.

As well as the resort itself has something very little that you don’t need to puff to make everyone love it- and it is the sweet- tranquility that it would make you feel.

Saturday, 8 July 2017

Meet the 20 candidates of Miss Bohol 2017

(Photo Credits:  Miss Bohol Official )
(Photography by Gerald James Cabal)

PANGLAO, BOHOL - The 20 vying Miss Bohol 2017 candidates were presented to the media, bloggers and social media influencers on June 17 at Mithi Resort and Spa. 

This year's theme, BEHOLD BOHOL, features participating municipalities:

Sunday, 26 March 2017

And The Race is Back On! TOUR DE CEBU is Returning in Bohol

Panglao Island, Bohol, March 26, 2017– And the race is back on! Tour de Cebu will be returning to Bohol on October 20-22, 2017 for its 4th Tour de Cebu – A Touristic Rally Across the Visayas - another round of regularity race consisting of vintage cars made in 1972 or older and is driven across the nation where the goal is precision; not who finishes the race first.

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

10:31' Yuletide Collection, Every Sweet Tooth Would Love To Have

 “So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of GOD.”
 1 Corinthians 10:31
Have you ever tried passing along M. Parras Extension, Tagbilaran City counting how many days left for Christmas?

But suddenly your empty stomach cackles, as if teasing how excited you are, in the company of two hand-carries of yuletide decorations. That tight spot! Remember?, when you are about to drain but still can’t help wondering where to get “chestnuts” of presents.

Simultaneously, you’re also thinking of a cozy place to hang-out with friends on the holidays? Lifting your heads up expressionlessly will give you the answer.

Lanterns hovering along M. Parras Extension, Tagbilaran City
It is as if this haze of yuletide lantern-starlight hovered along M. Parras street would lead you the right manger where Santa’s goodies are hidden in a sleigh.

 And just in front of St. Anthony de Padua Church, the search is over.

Caught in an awe of a fleshy-stylish pink café shop with a dancing Santa on the doorway and his sleigh on the other side, loaded with puffy gifts, gives you the hint of 10:31 by Chef M

Monday, 21 November 2016

Everything I love About Fred’s Book Cafe

Fred’s is the very first book cafe in Tagbilaran city, the very first haven of metropolitan’s bookworms - literarians, bibliobibuli, book-bossoms, bibliophiles, bibliosmia and for everyone whatever they might want to call themselves, who just love to be surrounded with good books and aroma of hot coffee, refreshing calamansi juices ,tasty waffles, meaty spaghettis, cafe crumbles, and blends tucked inside in an artsy. Such stuff, are hard to decline because they are the best rather be’s, the best resemblance for love.

We love books. We love coffee.
We love the smell of books. And we also love the aroma of coffees.
We love to eat. And we also love to read.
We love to talk. And we also love to chill.
And most of the time, that’s just what we all want,
To be with who/where or what we love to be/go/do.
We love to be with someone we love,
And we love to do, what we love to.

Everything I love About Fred's:

1.       Books

Every kind of book in the cafe is made up of stories, even the tiniest, as well as each one who enters the cafe is made up of unique chapters of life stories, picking up another story in a new perspective. Perhaps that’s why people like books, because people are like books.

Saturday, 8 October 2016


Photo Credits: Jonathan Mandin with our dear BSMT II-A (Loi, Arabelle, Eric, Roland, Ollice,LG, Keith, Maureen, Ruby, Angela, Jejie, Marj, Jessa, Jecel and Geena.)
         We had our pilgrimage walk last October 5, 2016 from Holy Name University (HNU) down to Nuestra Senora de Asuncion (Our Lady of theAssumption) , Dauis Church. The moment we arrived our destination, we peacefully sat at the doorway of Cafe Lawis , adjacent to the church, to take a rest.

A taho vendor, carrying on top of his shoulder two large buckets that hang on each ends of a wooden pole, suddenly came near us shouting of the TAHO he was selling with a big grin.Our attention was caught off when he surprisingly bombarded us weird & silly questions:

Saturday, 24 September 2016

TheLittleGelahGirl Turns 18

SEPTEMBER 23 1998 , A baby girl was born and she was named Angelah. As naive and unsophisticated, she crept into the world like a tiny caterpillar enjoying the bright new day. Curious of where will tomorrow brought her to, she continued to journey and take pleasure in the life she has, overcome the waves, sailed away and untangled the ties.

Friday, 23 September 2016


ABOUT ANGELA:    |Cc: Liza Macalandag 

Angelah Polot, born and raised in the city of Tagbilaran, is the daughter of Mr. Ricardo & Elsa Polot and the youngest sister of Irene, Dalareich, Renel and Jessa. She is a public alumna throughout her elementary and high school years. She is a graduate of  Booy Elementary School and a proud alumna of Dr. Cecilio Putong National High School (DCPNHS) under the Special Program in the Arts, Creative Writing Class. She was the Editor-in-Chief of The Boholenian, the Official School Publication of DCPNHS.  She says she's not a good speaker but she's passionate about expressing her thoughts and putting them into words. Since she was little, she used to write and send letters to her sisters whenever she felt angry or whenever there's a special occasion to celebrate in the family. Since then, she's been joining press conferences and writing competitions in schools or online.  She is currently exploring Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology at the Holy Name University.  

She's been writing online at littlegelahgirl.blogspot.com since 2012 and is an active member of the Bohol Bloggers Collective. She is also a contributor to Bohol Chronicle's LifestyleBohol.

Wednesday, 3 August 2016


Together with Rappler Ph's (  Raisa Marielle Serafica – Heading the Move.Ph Project of Rappler & Ryan Macasero - Cebu Correspondent of Rappler) , PIA-Bohol and Youth for Sustainable Change a successful workshop which gathered pool for Student Publication Writers, Bloggers and media related persons was done and a network of Citizen Journalist in Bohol is created on July 23, 2016.