My MIL is so sweet! When I arrived in Manila, I was also house-sitting for them. I guess she took our pork- (and pinoy food) cravings to heart because the freezer was basically pork bacon and lechon . . .
I attended the most unusual bridal shower/bachelorette when I was home in Manila for a wedding last November. Usually I know of the prim and proper spa bridal shower or the hen night painting the town . . .
I've been hearing the current craze in Manila are milk teas. It reminds me of the Quickly Taro trend in college! Manila is so over the frozen yogurt ("SO 3 years ago!" according to tea lover Cory) so . . .
This is resto is so good, that even after I've written about it here and here, I wanna do another post on it. This time with photos from my DSLR. I feel like my previous posts didn't do the food and . . .
Despite living in Jakarta, one of the top searches in my blog is for a resto-bar in Manila called Robot. Since there is so much interest in Manila, I would love to write more about it. I will try . . .
I saw pictures of Robot in Preview Magazine and the pictures alone made me wanna check it out. I was intrigued by the interiors which is quite flashy for Manila standards. Tons of pictures after the . . .
Doesn't the Tanduay Ice bottle remind you of something?!? ....Yup you got it! It totally reminded me of Smirnoff Ice or one of those alcopops! It tastes just like it too! Not bad at all Tanduay! It's . . .
It's funny that things you take for granted or barely ate when you were home are missed so much when you are posted in another country! Here are some of the bad stuff that I avoided when I was still . . .
Flying budget airlines can be a total pain. But we do what we have to to save money especially when we want to fly home frequently. Last month, TD and I went home to take care of some papers and to . . .
After the big lunch at Cafe Juanita and shopping at Market! Market! at The Fort, my mother-in-law and I were in the mood for something light. So we shared soup and a pizza at The Cafe Med in Rockwell. . . .