Eating Balut: A Small Delight After a Pac Fight

My dad says, “A ceremonial treat to have after a good win. The Balut is my favorite snack, it’s not weird.” At long last, a story on Balut. On special occasions, my family will enjoy eating a Balut. On this day, we had family and friends over for the Pacquiao vs. Clottey fight. And what a perfect time to celebrate with a snack of Balut. Continue reading

Weekend Market’s in Bel Air Makati

Sunday Legaspi MarketThe 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

Searching for a Place to Stay, Good Korean Food, and Late Night Shopping

Seoul Winter 1st Day in Seoul: We had a mission in Seoul to seek out delicious Korean food and discover the loads of goods within the shopping markets of South Korea’s largest city.

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

Bacolod is the City of Smiles

Off to Bacolod
Cebu Pacific Air

We planned this 5 day trip to experience and capture the spirit of the famous Masskara Festival 2009.
Finally our first trip out of Luzon and into the Visayas in the island of Negros. Negros is located between Panay and Cebu which holds popular cities such as Bacolod and Dumaguete. A month long event that leads up to a huge countdown experience very similar to experiencing New Years Eve in Times Square minus the big city skyscrapers. Continue reading

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