While people were partying on the shores of Boracay for the Labor Day long weekend, I set out with a few friends and officemates to take on yet another camping trip. Coming from my first camping experience at Nagsasa, I thought I would be prepared.
But nothing prepared me for a practice session of staying in hell…(dun dun dun dun)
Over the Lenten break I had a chance to visit Ilocos again. My parents are both from Ilocos Norte. They’re from the same town in fact. The same where former President Ferdinand Marcos was also born. So let me show … Continue reading →
Maginhawa (convenient or comfortable for those who are nahireypeyn meg-Tegelog) is a street in Teacher’s Village, Quezon City. It has long been a haven of hole-in-the-wall restaurants and cafes. A regular glutton’s paradise.
I recently discovered two great food establishments that will make any foodie, or actually anyone hungry, sumptuously satisfied: Indonyaki and Artsy Cafe.