Towards the latter end of our trip, Stace had the urge to push through with our initial plans of visiting Northern Luzon that were altered due to typhoon Ondoy that devastated the Philippines. At this point, I was exhausted and tired from our countless hours spent hopping on taxis, buses, and planes but she brought up a great point that Continue reading
Oh what a night! After a great sunny day at The Karancho Resort of boating, island hopping, and eating at a floating restaurant with Jeff’s family, I decided to forget my backpack on the seat of the tricycle. I road with Jeff and his dad on the tricycle to the Lapu-Lapu Statue in Mactan, Cebu. Continue reading
For those interested, we are renting out a vacation condo in Taguig, Fort City Global, Philippines. South of Market Condiminiums is a modern and westernized building and a 5 minute walking distance to The Fort, Serendra, Bonafacio High Street, and Market! Market! Shopping Centers.
Located in Taguig, known as the new, hip area “Fort Bonafacio Global City.” It’s very close to Makati and the Ninoy Aquino Int airport. The popular night club, “Encore,” formally known as Embassy is also one block away. The building has high security, doormen, bell boys, a 24 hour front desk, and a lot of 24 hour food places close by. Continue reading
The Best Food Spot in Metro Manila!
After dining in various places of fancy restaurants, small carts, or buying food at the palengke (outdoor markets) the Salcedo and Legaspi Markets started by many ex-pat’s offers the tastiest food in Manila.
Saturday Salcedo Market and Sunday Legazpi Market
The weekend markets started about 5 years ago and with help from Barangay (neighborhood) Bel-Air, the vision became a Continue reading
November 14, 2009 – The Pacquiao vs Cotto Fight was LIVE in Las Vegas and at around 11am Philippine time. Jeff and his dad bought tickets the day before to watch the fight at the local mall in Bohol, the BQ Mall (Bohol Quality Mall. The fight was showing live in all SM Shopping Mall movie theaters or showing free if you had a TV with an antenna. Continue reading