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Who is Momma Lee

Lee is a full-time modern mom who is passionate about writing and capturing thru photographs her travel, food adventures and fashion finds.

She made this blog to encourage all women especially moms to travel, get out of their comfort zone, be adventurous again while still being a protective lioness to her cub (child). An IT by profession and a fashion enthusiast by heart.


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Testimonials from PR / Brands and Colleagues

Abi Aragon - PR and Marketing Manager "I've worked with Lee for our grand opening and product launches in SKinStation for almost three years. She's been a supportive blogger and she tries our products and services, gives objective and honest feedback and recommendations. Kudos to Momma Lee and more partnerships to come!

Joanne Cuento - Tourism Promotions Board (Philippines) "Lee is a modern blogger momma that's up for fun, adventures and honest reviews/feedbacks. She takes her craft seriously and knows how clients/readers need the most. Her travel stories can definitely turn your reading into experience!

Skills & What I can offer

DLSR and Drone Photography and Video
Travel Inspiration
Blog Article / Review

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My latest projects

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Hotel Review: Garv's Boutique Hotel Mandaluyong

Mandaluyong is where I grew up, where I first had friends, where I first attended school and lived for 10 years before transferring and stayed for good in Las Pinas. I remember Mandaluyong to having calesa at the corner of P. Cruz alongside the jeepney with a fare of 2 pesos when I was in grade school. I also remember our apartment along the main road of P. Cruz where we have limited space to play piko, patintero, and taguan. 

Saturday, April 7, 2018

3 Cafes to Check Out in Las Pinas

South peeps!!!! We now have more Milk tea and coffee shops we can check in Las Pinas. Recently, my group and I were able to check out few new cafes along Naga Road, Las Pinas. Aside from these two cafes, we went to my all-time fave coffee shop inside BF Resort Las Pinas.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

4x4 ExpeditionPH Overland Oversea

Driving a truck like an SUV has perks especially if you are living in the Philippines. Where during rainy season many roads in Metro Manila will be flooded. Having a pickup truck like a Hilux, Estrada, Montero, Fortuner or even FJ Cruiser has advantages. You have high clearance, better driving, more horsepower and better for long driving.

I, myself was a member of a car club before and I have joined the overland trip with co-members. It was fun driving with all same vehicle in a high way and after that long drive, our group together with our family and friends will enjoy the beach or pool resort for 1 whole day.

Friday, March 30, 2018

Maintaining Your Car Is A Must

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19 years ago I learned how to drive, my papa taught how to turn on/off a car. My boyfriend that time taught me how to drive a car but never how to park our car. Weird right? So, 5 years ago when we bought our own car my dilemma is how to properly park our newly bought SUV and proper maintenance.

So, what are the basic maintenance for you car?

1. Check Tires 

- I always check our car's tire gauge every month. And especially if I will have a long drive.

2. Change Oil every 5,000 kms

- This is one of the important maintenance for your baby. This will lessen huge damage for your car's engine. 

3. Car Wash

- As much as I can I will wash my car every week and once a month will wax it.

4. Check Radiator Water

- Never skip check your car's water radiator or else your car will over heat

5. Check Battery level

- Do this in your local and trusted car shop

6. Under Wash

- I do this if I went on a very muddy road 

7. Engine Wash

- I have a 5 year old SUV and as far as I can remember I had my car's engine wash for 2 times only.

8. PMS ( Periodic Maintenance Service)

- If you have a brand new car your first PMS is at first 1,000 kms, next is at 5,000 kms and then  every after 5,000 thereafter. 
- For every 5,000 kms your car had, there is a specific parts of your car needed to be changed. These are, oil filter, oil (synthetic / fully synthetic), aircon fan, etc. 

So these are the important maintenance I do to my car. Owning a car is expensive especially maintaining a good, safe and smooth driving for your baby.

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Maintaining Your Car Is A Must

Friday, March 23, 2018

Kwikset Automatic Locks Is A Must For Every Home

Kwikset Automatic Locks is a must for every home. Families will be secured and less worry less from intruders and burglars. I have been looking for an upgrade for my home door knobs and for our new house. I want an automatic, keycard enabled door knobs for more security. It is more expensive than the regular doorknobs that can be bought in hardware shop but it totally gives you security and peace of mind especially if you leave your house and had a long vacation somewhere else. 

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Be a Professional Blogger and Level Up Your Chance on Getting Paid By Clients

I started getting serious about blogging back in 2014. At first, all I know is we can get money from Google Ads and not from clients and attending events. Years past, I was able to write hundreds of blog articles, and I have attended many media trip, famtrip and international trip like in Indonesia and Israel where I got invited both by the Tourism Department. 

Saturday, March 3, 2018

Knowing Yogyakarta Indonesia

Most Filipino travelers would go to nearby countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Macau (Visa free country) but very few would go to Indonesia. Most Filipinos would only know Bali and Jakarta but little did we know that Indonesia has so much to offer for all types of travelers.

In July 2016, I got invited by the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia together with 50+ other South East Asian bloggers and influencers to travel around Indonesia for 12 days. I extended my trip to Jakarta for 3 days and was not able to do so much because of the traffic jam. Few from our batch went to Yogyakarta and seeing their amazing photos made me want and eager to go back to Indonesia and visit Yogyakarta.

Luckily Last January 2018, I was able to go back in Indonesia, had a 4-day trip to Jakarta with AirAsia and finally extended my trip for another 4 days just to see the wonders of Yogyakarta. I always wanted to visit temples and palaces in this region and finally, I did. Let me share you where we stayed in Jogja and few things we did for 4 days. Also, we get to experience some local food in the region.


The 101 Hotel Yogyakarta 

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The 101 Hotel Tugu is situated very close to the famous Malioboro street in Yogyakarta. This stylish hotel offers 110 Deluxe Room with balcony and 10 Deluxe Room with direct pool access, 24 Deluxe Merapi Room and 6 Junior Suite. What I love most about our Suite room is we have a direct access to the hotel's swimming pool and the buffet breakfast spread they offer to their guest. We also experienced their affordable buffet dinner for only 15 USD good for 2 pax. It was a promo that time and we didn't skip the chance to save money and eat a lot, lol. That night, there was an acoustic band who serenades us and other hotel guests. 

Room prices:

Deluxe Balcony per night         3,100 PHP / 62 USD
Deluxe Merapi per night          3,400 PHP / 68 USD
Deluxe Pool Access per night   3,900 PHP / 78 USD
Junior Suite per night               4,700 PHP / 94 USD

 The hotel lobby shows Javanese modern style. 

We stayed in a twin-bedroom with pool access

I also love the idea that the bath gel and shampoo is in a dispenser and we don't have to call the reception to always bring us extra toiletries.

I just started Keto diet during this week and I failed! Who can resist rice porridge, muffins and so much egg for breakfast?

The hotel also has their in-house bar located on the 2nd floor, gym, pool, wide-range of food in their in-house restaurant. 

THE 1O1 Yogyakarta Tugu

Jalan Margoutomo No.103 (Mangkubumi)
Yogyakarta 55232 - Indonesia 
p. +62 274 2920 101
f. +62 274 2921 101
e. reservation.tugu@the101hotels.com

Check-In Time: 2:00 PM
Check-Out Time: 12:00 PM
Hotel Currency: IDR (Rp)

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