Bulacan Adventure with Ease

Bulacan Adventure with Ease: Half-Day Trip

Whenever we want to take a breather just within the proximity of Metro Manila, the first few places that usually pop in our minds are Tagaytay, Batangas, Laguna, Rizal, or Zambales. What many of us don’t realize is that Bulacan can be a viable option. I made such discovery during my recent Bulacan Adventure with Ease.

Bulacan may neither have a beach nor superb views. However, it can be as equally interesting as the others.

Noted as the land of heroes, Bulacan is rich in culture and history. It has several caves to be spelunked. Finally, it abounds in adventure parks, water parks, and leisure farms that each has its own gimmick.

 

Bulacan Adventure with Ease

On a half day trip coming from Quezon City, we took on the challenge of experiencing the most we can with Ease.

Our Itinerary:

11:00 AM | Departure from Manila.
12:00 PM | Lunch at Funnside Ningnangan Grill Restaurant (Guiguinto Branch).
01:30 PM | Ease Technology Solutions (a MUST visit).
03:00 PM | Visit Barasoain Church.
05:00 PM | Have photo opportunities at The Greenery.
06:30 PM | Dinner at Baldough Kitchen & Cafe.
08:00 PM | Return to Manila.

17 Responses to “Bulacan Adventure with Ease: Half-Day Trip”

  1. I don’t remember going to this church yet. I have been to Bulacan but I have not visited this historical church in the past. I have seen the replicas, though. They have this at the Nayong Pilipino and in Museong Pambata.

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  2. Intriguing. Were you guys able to pick up valuable tips in SEO? The truth is that SEO can be learned, but why take the time to master SEO, when there are services that can do that. Of course, it comes at a cost, so bloggers may not be enticed, but companies would and should. And I think it is not practical for anyone not in the field of SEO to master it on the side, as it continues to evolve and one may rank 1 today, but fall out of top 10 the next day. Another thing is that depending on the users browsing experience as recorded by Google, results vary. For companies, it is better to let the pros do this for them.

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  3. Wow, you were able to do so many in one day. I’m especially loving The Greenery… and I know I’m not the only one who would. Oh wait, the Baldough Kitchen and Cafe looks pretty awesome too… Wish I could go there someday. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I’ve never been to Bulacan but I have a few friends who lives there. I can’t believe you did all the things in your itinerary in half a day. That is an amazing feat. Your mention of the Barasoain Church made me miss the cat printed on the old Philippine bill. We initially planned to have our prenup pictorial at The Greenery in 2012 but we changed plans. I’d love to go there one day.

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  5. Wow! Congratulations to all this smart and innovative team! I wish you more success in this great endeavor. It really makes me happy to hear that locals are doing more and more to create businesses in their own place instead of waiting for investors. People like these bring success not only to themselves but to the entire locality. Cheers to you all!!

    Thank you for sharing inspiring stories like this, Lloyd and Me-an!

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  6. There sure is a lot to learn in field of SEO and how to be the first one in Google search. I’ve been trying to study those things myself because my blog is so small atm. Maybe at some point I could use a company like this to help me increase and optimize. Thanks for sharing, this post was very interesting! 🙂

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  7. Finally! There’s a BPO in Bulacan. I’m from Pampanga and I noticed that I have Bulacan officemates before when I was still working in the BPO. Good thing for Bulakenyos to have a BPO in their place. Now, it will be a lot cheaper than going in Manila or Pampanga just to go to work.

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  8. Iza Abao

    This is an amazing story. It is nice to know that there are employers who value the attitude of employees and provide a cool workplace. There are many resources online to learn SEO but I am sure that being hired by EASE is more enjoyable. It would be fun to be with other colleagues who have the same goal like you do. More success to EASE!

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  9. Maaya Legaspi

    SEO is really tricky and very important as part of business. Even bloggers needs to enhance their own SEO skills. I wonder how much they charge clients. This is a good thing though, as people from Bulacan can now enjoy a nearer office instead of going to Manila. Especially now that trafffic is becoming worse each and everyday. I hope the business goes well for them. 🙂

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  10. I did not know that something like this exists in Bulacan. This is indeed great news for Bulakenos who are looking for jobs as they do not need to go far or go to Manila. You did not mention its locations, I sure would love to pay it a visit out of curiosity.

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  11. SEO is such a great thing to learn about. I am forever curious about it and I admire people who are really SEO experts. Not only that, but it’s great that there are people there in Bulacan who brought something into life that would really ignite change and opportunities to the people there. It’s an inspiring thing to do, really. And it’s great that you were able to share it as well. 🙂

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  12. Laveena Sengar

    Honestly I have not really heard a lot about it but the story seems really interesting. I am in the process of learning SEO myself and would love to be an expert.

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  13. I grew up in Bulacan but moved to Rizal when I went to college. Barasoin Church has always been there ever since but the other places are new to me (or maybe I’m not that gala before). I’ve been planning a Bulacan road trip soon too! I’ll be adding some of the places and cafes you’ve been. And I’m sad to see that day tour to The Greenery is P1200! huhu What if I just want to see the place and take some photos?

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  14. Bulacan is just our neighbor. Most of my college classmates before were from Bulacan. Most of the times, I would visit them there. I agree that it is such a nice place with many lands of greeneries. That is what I like the most in Bulacan. Travelling there is really relaxing to the eyes. I have seen the Barasoain Church but haven’t entered the church yet.

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  15. You’re right this is a must to visit… Such a cool place to unwind, few miles away from Manila. This will be on my list. Thanks for the info.

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  16. Half trips or day trips are a nice way top spend the day. Less expensive too! Bulacan isn’t too appealing, to me at least but I see there are places to explore and visit. Probably would make a good trip with friends.

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  17. I was driven to this post by the horse- shoe shaped gate featured on your blog. We have several such gates in Delhi and this raised my eagerness. Can you explain something about that door, please?

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