The valuable lesson I learned from Cinderella is that: “Impossible Things are Happening Every Day!”. I watched how Filipinos — Lea Salonga as Cinderella and Bobby Garcia as Director – are leading a predominantly American Broadway cast in the Asian premiere of Cinderella. Is it impossible for Filipinos to be a great nation in 2010? It’s Possible!!
Congratulations again to Mich Guevara of Pinoy Lakwatsa! You’ve won a very nice Jansport Graphix Remix Bag that you can use on your next travel. I’m going to Bohol which is the first leg of the seven (7) Havaianas Flipping for the Beach Trips. I’m excited to feature all of them. Can you share with me your Bohol secret other than the usual Tarsier?
This contest will be easy. Guess my next destination in the Philippines this coming August and win a prize. The first one to guess the right destination will win a JanSport Graphix Remix Bag. Just enter your guess in the comments and that will serve as your official entry to this contest.
Thanks to Bratpack for sponsoring the JanSport Bag for this contest.
The Froyo’s cart is now parked in Arama in Serendra.
Jonas is credited for inventing the term “Pares” which means the pairing of beef and rice.. It also refers to the value meal of beef, rice and soup. It was founded by Lolly Tiu in 1979 who envisioned a restaurant providing fine-dining quality food at a price affordable to masses. What makes Pares so special is how the beef was prepared and cooked. Seventy percent (70%) of the beef is lean meat from beef flanks; the rest of the 30% is from fat. The beef is tender because it was slow-cooked in a charcoal-fed fire for at least 12 hours! Anythying you cook for this length in time will definitely becomes soft; add to these the various spices it is definitely tasty and yummy.
I miss eating in a good Mexican restaurant like Zapata in Angeles. So far, the best Mexican food in Manila is hidden in the alfresco restaurants of Robinson’s Pioneer. The name of the Tex-Mex restaurant is called Chili Willy’s. It serves Tex-Mex cuisine which is a cultural blending of Southern Texas and Northern Mexico usually found in San Antonio, Texas. Just think of it as Fajitas and Burritos meet Steaks and Burgers.
I love blogging and I’m addicted to it. I love it not because of the money or fame it brings but because of its essence. It came to a point in my P&G career that I had to choose between a senior IT management career or a professional blogging and internet marketing career. I decided to pursue what I love and what keeps me burning inside. Let me share with you what the essence of blogging for me is and why you should blog too.
nstead of complaining about how the prices of gasoline are continuing to go up, we need to adapt to the situation and be more efficient with our fuel consumption. I would like to share with you some strategies that we started to do: 1. Keep a Fuel Mileage Log. 2. Avoid Traffic! 3. Use the most cost efficient fuel.
Tacloban is the Ultimate Leyte Pasalubong haven. The top 4 pasalubong from Tacloban are Binagol, Chocolate Moron, Sagmani and Carigara’s Pastillas. I would recommend that you buy all your pasalubong from Tita Aida’s delicacies along P.Zamora St. (across Chowking).
David’s Pure Frozen Yogurt from the Salcedo Market is generating a lot of buzz lately. After 4 weeks of continuous product sampling in the Salcedo Market, Froyo’s is definitely a winner. Let me share with you a bit of trivia about it: 1. These Froyos are flavored fresh yogurt. 2. Yogurt is made from New Zealand Milk. 3.My favorite flavors are Dutch Chocolate and Vanilla. 4. Froyo’s is named after the popular American term for Frozen Yogurt. 5. David’s healthy stuff is popular in a Waldorf school.,