Most Filipino families flock home for New Year’s Eve. It is a celebration of the year that has passed and because of the long holiday, people choose to come home and spend time with family.… Read More Why We Travel for New Year’s Eve | Family Travel
The passing of the previous year is very symbolic for many people. For some it’s like a rite of passage and for others, it’s like an extreme form of worship. In the Philippines, Filipino family New Year traditions are gingerly followed and handed down to the next generations. Here are the most common practices.… Read More Filipino Family New Year Traditions
Kids grow up with an imaginary friend or friends. However, parents should also be discerning about this. Is it always good and safe for your child?… Read More A Child’s Imaginary Friend: Is It Always Safe?
Cana Retreat is a quaint seaside resort with the Santorini feels in Amlan, Negros Oriental, Philippines–just 21.2 kilometers away from the capital, Dumaguete City, or about a 30-45-minute drive. Here, we spent our 3-night family reunion and year-end getaway.… Read More Cana Retreat | Amlan, Negros Oriental | Family Holiday