Run for FAME


I have a lot of backlog lately on my blog posts so I’m sorry for the multiple posts in one day. … Recently, we went on a food trip in Marikina and I can’t wait to share with you our discoveries. We ran a total of 11.5K around Mall of Asia and my legs hurt a bit probably because of the additional weight gained from the food trip.

Screaming O of Cuptails & Dreams


I can eat this everyday for dessert and I like the alcohol kick from the Kahlua and distinctive taste of Bailey’s from the icing.
…The cupcakes are a mild version of the cocktails so you don’t have to worry about getting drunk nor tipsy from eating these.
…The cake base of the cupcake had this separation where it was not evenly baked, and you won’t have that rolling-your-eyes effect as you close your eyes and take a bite of the cupcake.

The Greatest of All Time LT Presentation


One of our pride as P&Gers, is to retire in P&G and this night also serves as a venue for honoring the retirees. … Thanks to Direk Mel Soriano and team for creating a memorable fun presentation (that we won’t forget and won’t happen again 🙂 We really had fun with this presentation.
…Pauline, our media manager, was the only female in the team so we had to improvise and make our Corporate Lawyer, Junie and Shared Service Center manager, Patrick be in female roles.

Kanin Club, The Pride of Paseo de Sta. Rosa, Laguna


On a Sunday lunch, we had to wait for 30-45 minutes before getting our seats which is a good indication of how successful Kanin Club is.
…When we knew that this version of the dinuguan contains crispy chicharon bulaklak, and other crispy pig internals, we wanted to stay away from this dish. My mind knew that this was not good for my health but my hands and mouth kept on eating this one spoonful at a time until it is finished.

Shroud of Turin


“In 2005, using the very latest digital photographic reproduction techniques, the Shroud has been recreated– in life-size form on backlit and full-size transparencies, on full life-size digital prints and in both positive and negative formats, along with many close-ups of the individual detail of the man on the Shroud—and all these were exhibited in New Zealand for the first time.”
…You will be tempted NOT to go to this exhibit either because of its P250 entrance fee or you’ll conclude that this is just one of Henry Sy’s gimmick to bring in traffic to the SM malls.
… After enlightening New Zealand, the exhibit’s journey continues in the Philippines – the only predominantly Christian nation in Southeast Asia—as the country plays host to this very special exhibit that allows visitors to journey with the Shroud’s history, discover the facts and myths behind the Shroud, and unravel the mystery behind this treasured piece.

In Yo Turns 1!


They acknowledge and know how to say “thank you” in a special way for the objective review I did about their restaurant.
…So I was shouting “Animo La Salle” inside me as I passed by the Ateneo campus on my way to In-Yo.
… We liked the sosy bananaque where they wrapped the banana in filo sheets with mixture of poppy and sesame seeds and green tea ice cream on top.

When it matters most… Animo La Salle!


As I clinched my fist and pumped it in the air as the entire La Salle gallery sang “Hail, Hail, Alma Matter,” in unison, I can’t help but shout “Go La Salle” as a second voice after each stanza of the song. … Yes, like most die-hard Green Archer fan, I was in Araneta to support La Salle specially in the crucial last two minutes of the game and smell the sweet victory after the final buzzer. Securing the second spot is crucial because La Salle gains the twice to beat advantage while Ateneo needs to beat UST to get a chance to play with La Salle again.

Back to Back


As you all know I love Shanghai and if ever I move out of Manila for an expat assignment that is the only place I want to be. … I was also got invited back to back to write an article for Inquirer which was released last Sunday and another one for Yummy in the November issue. … It is sad that Lasalle lost to Ateneo back to back and this is the first time I’ve seen it happen ever since college (I think).

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Avenue Q High

For some reason, it was able to create an illusion where the voice of the actors can be heard coming out of the puppet and their facial expressions were mimic by the puppets. … What surprised us most was not her singing prowess (which was expected), but how she was able to bring Kate Monster and Lucy the Slut to life with her facial expressions and body movements. … I’ve been listening to the Avenue Q songs for a month now, and Rachel nailed the Kate Monster part and she was able to capture the audience with the allure of Lucy the Slut.