Category Archives: Plates

PLATE & PURPOSE: Puzzle Gourmet Store & Cafe

What do I know about Autism or any developmental disabilities in general? I thought I had a clue. I don’t. Today, I was educated. Days Made Special in cooperation with Puzzle Gourmet Store and Cafe organized an event that every parent individual can benefit from – A Special Needs Parent’s guide to Onboarding. The event […]
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PLATES: Sagat Crust Food House

Most of my great food adventures and travel experiences were things I stumbled upon while searching for another. They’re like bonus dishes offered to me while savoring the main course and I said, “Alright, I’ll eat this a little later. Hold on!”  Sagat Crust Food House is a similar encounter. It is located along National Highway […]
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Food Stop: Books and Beans Cafe and Restaurant

Sometimes I feel like I cannot stay in one place. My itchy travel feet always bring me somewhere. When am not out of my town exploring, I find myself trying little adventures here and there. A coffee lover, I like visiting new coffee shops, especially those that promote local coffee. I pass by Books and […]
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Food Stop: The Backyard

Bring Arman to Maginhawa St. That was the goal. Arman is a good friend of mine. He has not been to Maginhawa St. As soon as my friends and I found out that he will join the Planning Session  (October 19th) of the organization we are all part of, we changed our venue from Kapitolyo […]
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A Craving for Batac Empanada

Have you been to Ilocos Norte? Did you make sure that you get to pass by Batac City to get a taste of their popular delicacy, Batac Empanada? Well, if you did not, you better make sure you do the next time you visit. Aside from being dubbed as the “Home of Great Leaders” for […]
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Our Expenses To and From Boracay (2014)

Last weekend, while some parts of the country were preparing for a rainy weekend, we headed to Boracay. We have booked this flight since January of this year to celebrate the birthday of a dear friend. I am writing a separate entry of how the trip went. But for this post, I want to talk […]
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A Vietnamese Food in the Philippines

In May of last year, I took a solo travel to Palawan, Philippines. To say that Palawan is beautiful is an understatement. They say that God must have spent so much time creating it. Just like any travel, it was my goal to taste their food. On top of my list was their famous Chaolong. […]
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Atching Lillian’s Kitchen

Travel Date: January 18 1st Leg of Attraversiamo 2014 I am not a travel expert, but I guess experience establishes your credibility more than your title. A good friend of mine reached out to me in creating a simple, short, not-too-expensive, one-day trip for another friend who has been very busy at work. They have […]
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The Flavors and Colors of China in Manila

  What started as a commercial partnership through barter, ages ago, became a lasting relationship. From our language, to our daily products, food, fashion and lifestyle, the Chinese culture has blended well with our own. One of the best ways to experience the color, feel, and flavors of China in this country is to visit the Manila […]
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