Sunday, December 07, 2014
|Mc Pol in Seoul|
Students need to travel too, that is according to Mc Pol of The Weekened Sidetrip. This school boy finds no reason why everyone should not start traveling young, to seized the day and to live without regrets. As students, Mc Pol believes that they still have years to explore the world, experience other culture, share knowledge and learn things from other places. The school is just a small piece of the biggest university which is the world.
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
|Colonial Ho Chi Minh City|
Ho Chi Minh City is a metropolis on the move and I am not just talking about the City's plentiful motorbikes. Historically known as Saigon, it is Vietnam's most dizzying, high-octane city of commerce and culture that has driven the whole forward with its limitless energy and booming economy.
Sunday, November 23, 2014
|Karl in location at Villa Tortuga, Taal Batangas|
Warning! Don't head to his travel blog, Turista Trails on an empty stomach for you will surely drool. What makes Karl's blog different from other travel blogs is that he tries to mix in with his travels the local delicacies of a particular place or the specialties of a restaurant he personally tried or in an event he is invited.
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Early inhabitants of the place refer to this place as “MAG-LUWA” that means “about two places”. It was siad that in the early century, MAGALAWA was a part of sitio Luan, Barangay Lipay. The said sitio was bi-sected by a small body of water crossable by people wherein the current flows southeast during high tide and northward during low tide.
Sunday, November 09, 2014
|Zigfred at the Mekong River|
This Sunday's Selfie feature is an enviable dude. On weekends, he is a hardcore travelholic, certified wanderlust and an adventure seeker having traveled to more than 12 countries and in most parts of the Philippines. He shares his travel adventures and misadventures in this blog, the backpack polymath.
Saturday, November 01, 2014
|Baguio City's Famed Grave|
A cemetery is a place where you bury the dead. However, there is this unique cemetery in Baguio City where visitors could bury all their negative thoughts. Known as the Lost Cemetery or Cemetery of Negatism, this so-called cemetery contains mock gravestones with tongue-in-cheek humor on them that make visitors think about themselves and their attitudes. With engraved words such as "Kantdu Nuthin Wright", "Doanna Set A Precedent" and "A. Truely Miserableday" one can't help dig deep into their own lives and relate what these words mean to them and letting go of those negativism by burying them here.
Sunday, October 26, 2014
|Ayan at the Holi Festival|
Independent. Free-spirit. Passionate. Self-Centered. Perpetually hard-headed. These words amply describe Ayan Villafuerte of that naughty-titled blog "That-Son-Of-The-Beach" where he shares his photos and narrates his back-packing stories from day-sleeping to day-tripping in the beaches of the Philippines and in the world.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
|Enchanting Cagbalete Island|
It's summer once again and the word "hot" is an understatement. One island that is on the bucket list of summer folks is the Cagbalete Island in the province of Quezon. I, together with Dong Ho and a couple of friends have visited the island in 2009 and here is my recollection of the place thru photos and stories.
Friday, October 03, 2014
Craving for dumpling, I searched the net to find a restaurant that serves delectable dumplings near my place in Ortigas. My search lead me to Osaka Ohsho which has good reviews of gyoza and advertises itself as the Number One Gyoza restaurant in Japan. There are over 300 outlets in Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Korea, Singapore and now in Manila and it is located in SM Megamall. Being a dumpling-lover as I am, I just have to try this place.