On our return flight home, we opted for a long 22 hour layover in South Korea so that we can enjoy one last mini trip abroad before our vacation was over. Upon our arrival once again in Incheon airport, Stace and I grabbed a map and directions from the tourist information counter in the airport (which is very helpful when traveling in Korea) Continue reading
Everything in the Singapore Metropolitan area is within a good walking distance and so it made it nice to get some exercise in between the various eateries.
After a 30 minute walk, we finally reached the Golden Mile Food Center, an amazing food plaza with stalls of restaurants that serve up a variety of foods ranging from Indian, Malaysian, Chinese, and Fusion meals. We made a plan to order one dish from each vendor so that we could sample more of a variety of the foods that were offered. The first we tried was Sup Tulang, a dish from India consisting of bone marrow soaked in a curry-like soup that you ate with your bread. Afterwards, we sampled a view pastries here and there before taking a stroll to another part of town. We passed through Bassorah Street, a beautiful strip headed in the direction of a Mosque that is lined with quaint little cafes and shops – it deserves a post of its own since it was probably my favorite scenes of Singapore. Continue reading
We arrived back in Metro Manila last night after visiting my Auntie Josie, Uncle Bong, my cousin Jonna aka Deth-Deth, and my Lola (Grandmother) whom my Auntie looks after due to her dymensia. They all… Continue reading
The incoming typhoon pepeng is said to touch down around Saturday and may reach the potential of becoming what is known as a “super typhoon” with incredibly strong winds of 150+km/hr. Those characteristics are said… Continue reading
1967 – that was the last year that the Philippines experienced one of the most devastating hurricane storms in Manila and the neighboring towns until 3 days ago. I never imagined my trip back to… Continue reading