Food Trip: Pino Restaurant

It was one of those days you went out to run to get some conviction to have good food after.  And it was some really great food that we found in Pino Restaurant in Malingap Street, Teacher’s Village, Quezon City.  Here’s our sumptuous discovery.

La Mesa Eco Park Quickie

It’s quite interesting that sometimes familiarity in one place is inversely proportional to your distance away from it.  The closer you are to it, the less likely you are to go to it.  And one such place for me is the La Mesa Eco Park.

Tune Hotels’ Sixth Branch in the Philippines is Now Open!

The sixth branch of Tune Hotels in the Philippines had just opened its doors last Tuesday, October 08, 2013.  The latest branch is located in Quezon City along the busy Timog Ave., just a few minutes away from MRT GMA-Kamuning Station.

Lunar Eclipse

One of the most interesting natural phenomena of nature is the eclipse, and all throughout my life I’ve never seen a full lunar eclipse.  Today was a great chance, but for some weird reason, the weather in Quezon City where I live never cooperates whenever something grandiose is happening in the sky.  I still find…

Rediscovering Quezon Memorial Circle

During weekends when I don’t do races I usually have a preferred northward route from our home to SM Fairview, a 6K course via Commonwealth Ave. and Regalado Ave.  Last Sunday though, I decided to change course and head southwards, still originating from home but this time towards SM North EDSA (also via Commonwealth Ave.,…

QCIM Chronicles: A Pacer’s Story (Part 2)

Six hours was a pretty long time to run, and to run it at a consistent pace makes it more difficult.  This would be one of the longest races I’d have done, surpassed only by ultramarathons. The good thing about running on major roads was that as long as there’s electricity there’s light so even…