The Solomon Guest House is hidden along one of the side streets from the corner of De La Salle – College of St.
…What we love about Solomon house is that you can eat their Parm Crusted Fish classic complete with presentation and ambiance for less than P100.
…The actual house is small so they decided to have al fresco dining with umbrellas and tents because more and more people are going back to Solomon’s Guest House.
On a normal day, it is packed with students just hanging out and enjoying the healthy cereals.
…I’m tempted to enroll in a post graduate course just to hang out with students again.
…For starters, you just need to choose from the Cereal Blockbusters (tried and tested combinations).
Beef tapa (in 12 special flavors), tocino, pork chop, corned beef, sisig, 9 pork variations (afritada, binagoongan, caldereta, kare kare, menudo, patatim, pochero, sinigang, sweet and sour), macaroni salad, spaghetti tomato, adobo, pork/chicken barbecue (in 12 special flavors) and chicharon.
…I miss the college days where you hang out in a karaoke to celebrate someone’s birthday and the more squeezed you are inside the room– the better it is (if you know what I mean 🙂
… They have a 24 hour convenience store in front of the restaurant and caters to the night people or during holidays when all the establishments are closed.
Fast forward to 2000, it already moved to a nearby location where there are no signs and you can only see a small door beside a sari sari store. … This place gave us an idea to do a series on restaurants/ food places around the La Salle area that is worth blogging about.
…I think this is Aidan’s first taste of a turo turo place and we asked him to order for us.
This is my second attempt to lose weight (the first one was during the marathon last year.) Thanks to Rogin E for putting up this physique/ weight loss challenge for 3 fat bloggers (hehe) which includes Carlos Celdran and Paul Santos . I’m also starting to experiment with Vblogging and the video above is my first attempt .
I’m excited that my short contribution for Lara Day’s One Night in Manila article in Time Magazine was published already. Lara asked three people about their recommendation to people if they only have one night in Manila. I was interviewed together with Jake Macapagal, 40, theater and independent-film actor and JLizette Claudio, 26, head of artist and media relations, MTV Philippines.
Baked fresh in small batches throughout the day, Sprinkles cupcakes are handcrafted from the Finest Ingredients, including sweet cream butter, bittersweet Belgian chocolate, pure Madagascar Bourbon vanilla, fresh bananas and carrots, real strawberries and natural citrus zests. Topped with Sprinkles trademark modern dots, rich chocolate sprinkles from France or seasonal sugar decorations, Sprinkles cupcakes are a deliciously sophisticated update on an American classic. ” ( www.sprinklescupcakes.com ) The best pasalubong from anyone who is coming from LA is the Hollywood’s famous Sprinkles Cupcakes. … Most of the cupcake have the signature cute dots and our favorites are: Red Velvet — southern style light chocolate cake with cream cheese frosting (the best seller) Lemon – fragrant Lemon cake with lemon vanilla frosting flecked with zest Black and White – Belgian Dark Chocolate Cake with creamy Vanilla frosting Strawberry — pure strawberry cake with sweet strawberry frosting Check out the other flavors .
Strategic Profits Live 2008 Blog I am still thrilled to have met and learned from almost all of the mavens in the Internet Marketing Industry namely: Rich Schefren, Jay Abraham, Frank Kern, Mike Filsaime, Jeff Walker, John Carlon, and Gary Vaynerchuk. … There are a lot of “Sharks” out there and you need to be very careful if you want to go into the internet marketing space. … I’m starting a new blog focused on the internet marketing concepts so that we can start educating Filipinos on what would it take to succeed in this space.