This year is about to end and while we are sad over so many travel plans that didn't materialize, we are also equally grateful that we are still here - alive. At this point, we can only hope that after all these, we come out of this as better people (better than our old selves) and with a new found appreciation for travel, time and space (and everything else). Part of this renewed perspective is being able to rethink the 'way' we travel while preparing for the next one. As we restart tourism, NOW (not later) is the perfect time to plug in sustainability in our travel habits.
Rushing to go home after school to catch the running episode of a favorite Japanese cartoon dubbed in English - that's Astro Boy! And alternatively with Daimos, Voltez V, and Bioman in other days flipping channels to catch two at the same time. That's pretty much an everyday scene at home with my then little… Continue reading Ten Things I Love About Tokyo
Some things are really sweeter the second time around. The first time I visited and featured Books & Beans on my blog, I left with questions in my mind. First, I wondered if that colorful cabinet on their counter desk has books in its drawers. Secondly, I was also curious to know how they started… Continue reading Food Stop: Meeting the Women Behind Books and Beans Cafe and Restaurant
Lillian Lising Borromeo is known as the Guardian of Kapampangan Kitchen. She is famous for cooking native dishes of Pampanga using the traditional ways she learned from her ancestors. She has guested in a lot of TV programs showcasing her cooking prowess. She has also been awarded for her efforts to keep her culinary genius… Continue reading Atching Lillian’s Kitchen
Story originally posted on old blog. While on an adventure of trying 50 restaurants I have not visited some stories became more interesting after getting a chance to talk to their owners. This interview below is one of them. Just when Kanto Freestyle was earning its rightful place in everyone’s favorite restaurants, I was lucky… Continue reading JAILBREAKING: Vincent Juanta of Kanto Freestyle Breakfast & Chef Arch’s Lime
I have always wanted to do this - interview people. I will run my own talk show if I could. I thought what could be a better way to kick this off but to interview my own brother. Aside from being a good brother to me, I look up to him as a musician. God… Continue reading The Jailbreaking Series: Dennis Llante as a Guitarist