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Suzu Kin

Authentic Japanese Cuisines: Suzu Kin

Tired of eating Japanese gastronomy on fast foods and craving for authentic taste of Japan’s exquisite cuisines nearby? s in Kamagong St., Makati is serving...
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Where to Stay in Sagada: Alibama Inn

It’s been months when I started traveling solo and for longer trips, inns and lodging houses play an important role in my stay on...
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Travel Guide: Calaguas Islands

Calaguas is a group of islands in Camarines Norte comprising the islands of Tinaga, Guintinua, Maculabo and other smaller islands. The most visited island...
Mr. King Kebab

Mr. King Kebab: The Indian Experience

After a yummy Japanese dinner at Suzu Kin, I found out from a friend that a nearby place serves Indian food. I am pertaining to...
Fundacion Santiago

Gallery IV: Fundacion Santiago Hall

The works of 19th-century Filipino sculptors, notably Isabelo Tampinco y Lacandola, as well as his contemporaries and artistic successors whose works are distinguished by...
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Where Do Broken Hearts Go?

The idea of this post came from the shitty experience of Mace in the Filipino movie ‘That Thing Called Tadhana’ when she and Anthony...
Saging Repablik

Saging Repablik: More Bananas, No Pajamas

Lakatan. Latundan. Saba. Cavendish. Cardava. I know that these are varieties of banana but I had no idea that they are also cities in...
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PHOTOHOLIC: Summer Capital of The Philippines

Baguio City is not only known for the man made lake of Burnham Park and the famous Session Road but also with the presence...
Monasterio de Tarlac

The Reliquary of the True Cross in Monasterio de Tarlac

Eighty percent of Filipinos are Catholics and Holy Week is an event every devotee looks forward to in a calendar year. It is the...
Hap Chan

Rainy Hap Chan Thursday

Thursday, it was raining so hard in Manila brought by the tropical storm “Ofel”. It was our payday and the best way to end...

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