Nothing compares to the Filipinos’ love for food. Aside from the usual three meals served each day, Filipinos still enjoy taking several snacks in between those meals. And if you want to know where to grab these snacks, remember to go where the locals go – to the streets. The street food scene of the … More Hungry? Here’s Philippine’s Classic STREET FOOD Favorites
The hiking community is so interconnected that when you get affiliated with one, you’ll instantly get linked with other hikers. That’s how I met them – social climbing at its finest. We used to climb together to talk, air out our individual burdens, and laugh to forget the daunting tasks of our respective mundane lives. … More Where to go next after Bada
I don’t eat vegetables. Oh well, I do eat squash, ampalaya (with lots of eggs), and malunggay, but I don’t eat vegetables in general. Don’t judge me. I tried, but the system just won’t accept the smell and taste. I did my best, but I guess my best wasn’t good enough. This is the reason … More Homemade Samgeopsal for Vegetable-haters like me!
The world we live in is an endless chase of dreams, lust, and greed. Whether you agree with me or not, you know deep down that you have always been craving for something bigger, bolder, and better. That’s a normal result of being reared in a society that told us that we ‘have’ to be … More Wasted Chef: The Break you Badly Needed
I don’t know if it’s a twist of fate, but I have noticed that I have been consequently going back to places that I had been to this year – from the Spartan Trail, Mt. Naupa, and of course, Sirao Peak. And when I thought this was only applicable to the mountains, life has … More Circa 1900: Behind the Scenes