On days when I feel like I’ve been stuck in the house for a while, I try my best to go out, catch up with my friends, see the outside world and work on my backlogs in a coffee shop. Sometimes, being in a place with a few friends and some random people surprisingly makes me productive. I don’t know, it’s just me. Here in Davao, a lot of coffee shop establishments are slowly rising and with a number of shops around the city, it’s a bit hard to find a place where there’s less people.
On typical Saturdays, my day begins very fast since my 7AM class can be a bit demanding and tiring (not that I hate school though. lol). As a result, I skip the most important meal of the day – Breakfast! Good thing last Saturday, me and my Davao Bloggers Society friends have been invited to try out the newly opened cafe in Circumferencial Road – Yolks Flower Café & Cupcakery. And my tummy was more than delighted to be in their food tasting event! Continue Reading
Choosing a restaurant to dine in will always give us that invisible question marks above our head all the time. Sure, there are hundreds of restos here in Davao to choose from but it can be really overwhelming sometimes that I would run out of choices – especially on special occassions. Last month, me and my blogger friends were invited to a rather different kind of event setting – In a humble house situated in Ladislawa Village. Continue Reading
After a 10 hour slumber from all the tiresome walking and sight seeing around Saigon, I finally had all the energy to again explore the land of the rising dragon. On that day, I felt a wee bit inspired so I opted for a breezy bohemian top, my trusty good ol ripped shorts, gladiators for some action, a patterned sling bag and a wide straw hat to finish the look. And you bet I was ready to conquer the crazy streets of Ho Chi Minh City.
Let’s take a break from my travelogue up north and have a stop over with these mouth watering street foods the world has to offer. I’m a big fan of street foods since I was a kid, even though mommy won’t permit me to eat, dad is always there to back me up whenever I craved for those barbeque, isaw and etcetera. I can distinctly remember dad sneaking away when mom’s not around just to buy me fish balls and barbeque with tons of sauce that goes along with it. Because dad strongly believes in the statement, “You only live once, might as well try eating everything good.” Fast forward 5 years from now, my taste palate craved for more street foods; but not just Pinoy street food. Street foods from all over the world such as Indonesia, Brazil, Japan and many more! I bet you did too.