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Walk up the avenue of a quiet compound in Sikatuna Village, Quezon City and let your curiosity drive you to an amazing experience. While eagerness gets the best of visitors, there is still a tinge of uncertainty, a half-hearted hesitation towards the mysterious.

Once ushered into the place, a warm and cozy nook opens up and embraces you in total calmness – a space entirely made for solace, an escape from the rough pace of urban living.

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