Migs and Alaine

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Pinto Art Museum

Hey, guys!

When was the last time you visited a museum? We were supposed to dine at Pinto Cafe last November 3, 2013 but we were told that the Cafe staff has yet to come back from their long weekend. Too bad because we were both looking forward to enjoying an afternoon tea set from Bizu

But because we don’t want to waste our time, we just explored the museum and decided to eat somewhere else. We didn’t have regrets! This museum is well-designed,spacious with just enough art pieces to ogle at. For only an entrance fee of Php150.00, it’s worth it. They have chairs outside where guests can read books or simply enjoy the beauty of nature. 

This is also a beautiful place for engagement photo shoots or for intimate Weddings. The staff is nice too!

There’s only one thing that we didn’t like…mosquitoes!Pinto Art Museum should really pay attention to this. They got a lot of water lilies! Sure, they look pretty but stagnant water are perfect for breeding mosquitoes! So, don’t forget to have your mosquito patch or mosquito repellent lotion when you visit this museum! Better safe than sorry, right? 
But still, this is definitely a great place to visit in Antipolo City!

Pinto Museum is located at 1, Sierra Madre St., Grand Heights, Antipolo City.

Migs and Alaine

Café Christina

We discovered Café Christina early 2012. This is where we usually meet our wedding suppliers. They have enough parking slots for their guests and they have a beautiful interior. Very cozy. This is our favorite café in the area.

Camera 360

Camera 360

At first, we thought it would be an average café. What a great surprise when the food was served! Delicious food, beautiful plating and hefty serving!  Price is reasonable. They also have a number of cakes that you can choose from to match your coffee or simply eat ’em for dessert.
Crispy Pork Binagoongan
Lechon Kawali
spicy chicken wings

The only downside for us is their restroom. You have to go out of the café to use the building’s restroom which they share with other tenants.

But still, Café Christina is definitely a notch above the other options in Antipolo.

Café Christina is located at Femar (FBM) Building, 166 M.L. Quezon Street, Antipolo City, Rizal, M. L. Quezon Ave, Antipolo City

Happy Sunday!

Migs and Alaine Alejandrino

Happy, happy birthday!

Last week, we celebrated our friend’s birthday together with some residents of Colaique, Antipolo City.

We’ve known Amando for having a big heart and someone who would always try to make a difference. Good thing, our schedules permitted us to be there. Because of the heavy rain, the road towards the venue was kind of sloppy. I was too scared someone might slip straight to the open creek which looks more like a water fall.


Food and toys were distributed to 110 kids who welcomed us with wide smiles. I wish we brought some school supplies too.

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Camera 360

The feeding program was a success despite the heavy rain and left everyone with a memory to last a lifetime.

Happy birthday, Amando! 🙂


Also want to make a difference? You can start with communities near you or try to visit these sites:




Have a blessed Sunday!

Migs and Alaine Alejandrino


Roshena is a grade school friend who I’ve never lost contact with even after our college lives.

happy bride
The Wedding Ceremony took place at St. Therese of the child Jesus Parish in Antipolo City, followed by a dinner dance party at Meralco Development Events Center.

Mr. and Mrs. Rudson Hernandez
I like their garden set – up where you can eat and at the same time enjoy the beautiful ambiance that Antipolo is known for.


There is so much joy when you see people close to your heart exchange vows with the person that they chose to be with for the rest of their lives.

Happy 1st Wedding Anniversary, Rudson and Roshena! We wish we could pay you a visit in Canada.

Migs and Alaine

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