Friday, June 27, 2014

Review: ISDAAN

A paradise near Los Banos that only some know about.

Review: TGIF

Scores and Details

Ambience: 4.5/5
Sarap-ness: 4.5/5
Sulit factor: 2.5/5 (I could already eat in another buffet restaurant if I pick 1 of their courses).
Price range per person: 600-1000php


  • Even if it wasn't my friend's birthday (Clark), when he hasn't arrived yet, the servers asked us if there's someone in our group who's celebrating his birthday and we told them that friend. When everyone else is already in the table, all the servers came to our table and sang birthday songs for Clark and even brought a chocolate smoothie :) And yes, it's all free :)

A long list of FOOD establishments you must try.

I'm not that good at creating blogs for the food establishments so I figured I'll just make a list of the ones I've tried, from chipipays to expensives.

This blog post will forever be updated. :D Check again soon for more establishments :)

Note: The places and list items here are clickable. If it's not clickable, then I don't have a blog post about it yet.

Friday, June 13, 2014

Tanay, Rizal. A 1-day outing.

Tanay, Rizal. Most adventure-y area nearest to the city you could every be :)

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Intramuros Trip

There is so much history in Intramuros. In this adventure, we concentrated on structures in Intramuros. We will definitely go back to check out the museums and other restaurants we haven't tried yet.

Our Itinerary:

  • Pasig River Ferry
  • Plaza Mexico
  • Marso Cafe and Restaurant
  • Fort Santiago
  • Manila Cathedral
  • Traversing wall closest to Bonifacio Drive
  • Baluarte de San Diego
  • Papier Tole Souvenir Shop
  • Plaza San Luis Complex
  • Ristorante Delle Mitre
  • Post Office Building

Friday, May 9, 2014

X-MEN: Days of Future Past

Aren't you excited to see X-Men: Days of Future Past? See this video for a sneak peek:

Cool trailer huh? :)


What would I correct from my past to save the future?

Just earlier this day, when I was on my way home, I walked towards the PUV that I'm going to ride. I was the last passenger to fill up the van. There was a man standing next to the van. He looks decent and looks like he just had his day finished from work. He was smoking coolly and hasn't finished his cigarette halfway yet. But then when the PUV barker asked him to alight the van as I am alighting, he grabbed the cigarette off his mouth and tossed it just anywhere on the path way. Well, the garbage is just a few steps away from us. I had a disgusted face on him upon seeing that and silently whispered, "Kung makapagtapon naman, kung saan-saan lang". I believe he heard it and looked at me a little, then looked away.

It was not my first time to see this kind of instance. I've seen this from different people and different garbage. When I come by those times, I wanted to tell them to put their garbage on proper trash bins. No wonder why how hard the street-sweepers try to clean up the streets, Manila is still a dirty place. People like this smoker do not realize the danger of just throwing trash anywhere. He didn't even put out the fire from the cigarette. If before the incident earlier happened, there was a leak from a vehicle and oil comes out right where he threw the cigarette, then that would cause fire, and then trouble of putting out the fire, just because of that cigarette. If storm comes again and that cigarette gets washed to the canal and it clogs the canal with other garbage, then it would cause flooding.

If I could only get back to the instance earlier, I would confront that man and calmly ask him to put his garbage to the trash bin. Not only then but in instance like this in the future, I will do it. Then maybe, just maybe, Manila will be a cleaner place. And if you believe as I do, I hope that you would help me in this act. :)

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Green Street, Capitol Hills

If you’re running out of places to go to for a date around the metro, try going to Green Street in Capitol Hills.

I invited my boyfie to chill out and watch “Frozen” there since he hasn’t been there yet. I remembered the first time I got there. I knew the view is fantastic and it still is.

What we did here:

1. Watched a movie @ Jack's Loft over Fishbowl Iced Tea and Blueberry Cheesecake.
2. Walked around the area to appreciate the view. Also took pictures :)
3. Dinner @ Dencios under the stars while seeing the city lights.
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Saturday, November 2, 2013

Singapore 2013. Day 3. Part 2. Luge and Skyride

Next stop:
Luge and Skyride

The tickets are a package because Luge and Skyride connects two points in Sentosa island. Use Luge to go downhill while Skyride to go uphill.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Singapore 2013. Day 3. Part 1. Underwater World

We now go appreciate marine life in...

Underwater World

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Going there is just one train line and 2 bus away, unlike what we did yesterday going to Songs of the Sea. What we did here is 2 SGD cheaper (imagine, that's 70php!). We took the purple line from Farrer Park to HarbourFront, went out of the train station and walked to the bus stop infront of Vivo City going to Sentosa island (just look for the signs to get to the bus stop. It's everywhere, anyway). Then we got dropped down at Sentosa gateway which is just near Universal Studios. from there, we took the free bus ride (which goes around Sentosa Island) to get to Underwater world.

Detailed map of Sentosa Island. I got this one from the website of Sentosa

Monday, October 14, 2013

Hang @ Park infront of Glorietta 4

Plain sweetness... 
Just enjoying togetherness
Nothing to really to make a write-up about :)