I am visiting a city known for its courteous people, forward-thinking creativity, and quirkiness: Tokyo. It’s 11 mins past 10 and I’ve only spoken to nine people today: four airport officers, my capsule hotel’s receptionists, Tully’s Coffee’s barista, Book-Off’s clerk, and a cashier at Family Mart. All transactional, so far. I ask (mostly about prices) […]
Good news, foodie friends! No need to apply for a Schengen visa to sample an authentic French baguette. In all of Cebu, you won’t find better baguettes than the one at Tymad Bistro – a small French-run restaurant along Paseo Saturnino, Banilad, Cebu.
If you’ve been seeing a lot of BELTA Folic Acid ads on Facebook, you might be wondering what this Japanese food supplement can do for you. Read my story and gain insights and information that can help you decide if this product is right for you. When did I start taking BELTA Folic Acid? I […]
Giving birth and not willing to spend loads of money on hospital bills? If you’re healthy or you don’t have a special medical condition, you can opt for a hospital-based maternity package in Cebu. Fee starts as low as P7,500.
If you take a mysterious delight in a little drizzle while cozying up with a book, hiking through pines, shopping at night markets, or swapping stories at the pub, consider this as a guide to Baguio’s best attractions on a rainy day.
Our new place doesn’t have a WiFi yet so we decided to get a PLDT Prepaid Home WiFi. The modem only costs P1,995, and it’s already pre-loaded with 10GB Data, which is valid for 7 days. Decent speed for browsing and basic admin tasks. .
Not yet sold on the idea of replacing gravy with a dipping sauce? If you’re craving flame-grilled chicken for brunch or dinner, drop by Balai and find out for yourself why it should come with a Sahara dipping sauce.