Looking back at my photos for 2014, I realized that there were quite a number of gastronomic adventures I wasn’t able to write about in this blog. As the year draws to a close and it is still the season of eating, my yearend post might as well have to be about food!
Starting January 04, 2015 (Sunday), DOTC-MRT3 shall be implementing the following distance-based fare scheme:
One of the most popular ramen restaurant chain from Japan, Hakata Ippūdō (博多一風堂), or simply, Ippudo, is now here in the Philippines. This is great news for ramen-lovers like myself to try their famous Hakata-style, Tonkatsu-based ramen. Here’s a taste of some of Ippudo Philippines’ offering.
Nothing beats the feeling of being appreciated and this Christmas season, I felt really appreciated by Unilab Active Health when they staged a surprise party for us bloggers with their bloggers’ appreciation night. It was such a fun night, and I’m sharing it here for posterity.
My racing season for the year officially ended with the Run United Enervon HP Recovery Run. It’s one of the most unique races I’ve ever joined, and here are some of the reasons why.
Ginza Bairin is one of the more recent additions to the Japanese franchise invasion of Manila and being a foodie, I shall not miss the chance to try their specialty tonkatsu. I’ve also tried other variants of their teishoku (set meal), and here are my thoughts.
It was one of those spontaneous series of events that brought me to an unfamiliar corner of Pasig City and into this practically a hole in the wall spot called Silantro Fil-Mex Cantina. And for my first visit, I was definitely impressed. Here’s why.
Alaska Milk held the 2014 Alaska Football Cup last November 29 and 30, 2014 at the Ayala Alabang Country Club in Muntinlupa where players of all ages, from as young as six years old, participated. Here are some of the scenes during the first day of competition.
Let’s put some Christmas spirit into this blog with a show of lights at Ayala Triangle! This video does not give justice to the light show and nothing beats experiencing it firsthand! This video is for those who won’t be able to visit Ayala Triangle in the flesh. Merry Christmas everyone! 😀