Philippines turned out to be a much safer place to live because of our new President. Some are disagreeing with the way he governs the country but for my personal perspective, I admire his no bullshit way of leading. Filipinos are a tad stubborn and lacking of discipline when it comes to simple things that … Continue reading The new Director’s Club Cinema opens with the indie film ALPHA: The Right To Kill
Metal cables are slowly being replaced by fiber optics. In the US, fiber internet from Verizon (which is the top on the list of Internet providers giving a high percentage of coverage for customers), Crown Castle fiber and AT&T are the services widely used by American consumers because the new generation now prefer fast and … Continue reading Converge ICT is the first pure fiber internet in the country!
I'm becoming quite picky when it comes to choosing a place for staycations. Let's just say that Dubai has influenced me so much when it comes to standards. Everything there is just so fancy that I got used to it. The restaurants, the resorts, the malls. Our area (Barsha Heights) is surrounded by tall flats … Continue reading Containers by Eco Hotel: The eco friendly hotel in the South
Philippines is one of the targeted tourist spots in Southeast Asia. Although we may be isolated from our neighboring countries like Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore, we are still one of the most desired destination among tourists coming from different parts of the globe. Being a traveler myself, one thing that most of us look … Continue reading Dormitels Ph: Budget friendly hotel for travelers
In Real Life also known as IRL is a boy band from the American reality television music competition series Boy Band, which premiered June 22, 2017, on ABC. The band is composed of the final five vocalists from the show namely, Brady Tutton, Chance Perez, Drew Ramos, Sergio Calderon, and Michael Conor. The band, who … Continue reading WEU Events Brings Tonight Belongs To You : In Real Life Philippine Tour
It was like Metro Manila at first glance. The only difference is the people you'd see walking along the streets of Bukit Bintang. A variety of Chinese-Malay, Malays, Indians and a few expats and tourists. The population of Malaysia is roughly around 30 million, so you'd see that the city of KL is impressively organized … Continue reading Getting lost in KL
I am fascinated with infinity pools lately. I like it's visual effects and how the ripple seemed to trick the human gaze in a manner of a cleverly drawn optical illusion. It's pretty to look at behind the lens of a camera and even on photos. Most of the resorts and hotels these days are … Continue reading Azumi Boutique Hotel: A minimalist hotel in the heart of South
Soft fine white sand and the bluest waters you'll find in Malaysia is secretly hidden somewhere in Kuala Terengganu. Going there by bus would take you 7 hours travel time but the long ride will be worth it. The Island of Lang Tengah is protected by its locals. The beautiful corals under the sea are … Continue reading A hidden gem in Kuala Terengganu: Summer Bay Lang Tengah Island
My sister and I were both working on this web app for Filipino OFWs in Dubai. She will be the one to build the web app and I'll be the one to handle the marketing and the content. However, it was put on hold for the time being due to her pregnancy. Its always been … Continue reading Send groceries using digital certificates with Beam and Go app!
For business owners, or for those who love baking and creating yummy masterpieces of sweet delights, Puratos Philippines just celebrated their 30th Anniversary yesterday. I was luckily invited to join their event and try out different pastries, cakes and coffee. I spoke with several mothers and aspiring bakers there and they all told me that … Continue reading Puratos 30th Anniversary