ConCon recommended this place to us so we wanted to try it. The problem with eating only as a couple is you cannot really try many dishes. So we were only able to try 2 yakiniku dishes. The basic beef, Japan Karubi cut, and tongue. We wanted to try the tongue because it had some unique variations I have never seen before ( with onion and with garlic). So the one with garlic chips is what we tried. I found the tongue a bit too thick. I prefer it sliced very thin. The karubi beef was very good and we had it two ways- with the regular barbeque sauce and I had them marinate another order in just salt and pepper.[email_link]
The brand we all love is finally here!
Gap Glorietta 4 opened since November 15. Trinoma opens November 20.
We are inviting all to dash to Gap & get a FREE Gap Baller Band for a purchase of any Gap item.
Check out our new Gap store and discover the latest styles, hip designs, and other cool offerings!
See you there!!!
There is this beautiful house in Baguio which we pass by all the time. The land is nice because it is flat and it is surrounded by tall trees. In the center is a beautiful lawn and driveway. This house looks like a house from a storybook. For many years it has been there and for a time they had a sign saying that it was not for sale, probably because they have received inquiries from many people. One day, I will try to enter and visit the inside of the house and to meet the owners….anyway, we are neighbors
The theme was ADVENTURE….as the book is entitled ” A Year of Adventure.” Held at the newly opened, three storey building of the ROX store at Bonifacio High Street.
Congratulations to Tita Gracie and Vernon!!!! More power to the Philippines Yearbook!!
PACIFIC ISLAND COURIER (PIC) can deliver your Christmas cards and gifts!
My friend, Marybeth Villanueva, offers this great service. She specializes in messengerial services so be assured that you can rely on them.
PIC A FRIEND YOU CAN RELY ON!!
Have a stress free Christmas and let them deliver for you.
The much awaited Starbucks Planner is out already!!! This planner was first launched in Christmas 2003 and it was the planner that started the planner craze in our country. Many other stores and companies followed suit. You cannot imagine what Starbucks customers do just to get this planner. It’s amazing! And not only has it been copied in our country but Starbucks International has adapted the idea to other countries as well all over the world! Many great ideas come from Starbucks Philippines and implemented all over the world. That is Filipino talent at work.
Thanks to Con Con for telling us about this place and thanks to Dina for waking me up or else we would not have been able to go to this unique experience! On our way down from Baguio, we stopped here to have breakfast. It was 3 hours from Baguio and another 2 1/2 hours to Manila from this place.
We spent more time touring and taking photos rather than eating. But the food was very good and reasonable. The huts where you dine are floating on water. They have games which you can play if you want to win a kilo of fish – crossing this narrow bridge and the monkey game – and you can throw plates on the wall to release your anger
According to the waiter, anyone can come in even if you do not eat. So make sure to pass by ( you will not miss it ) even to just make a wish to the giant Buddha![email_link]
From Trickie Colayco-Lopa of the Museum Foundation of the Philippines
Saturday, Nov. 17
8:00 am – 4:00 pm at the Velasquez Park
Salcedo Village, Makati
Join the Philippine visual arts community and Museum Foundation of the Philippines for the fourth edition of Art in the Park. Drop by this special art event to purchase one-of-a-kind, affordable artworks for P20,000 and below.
Scheduled conveniently within the Christmas season, Art in the Park hopes to attract shoppers looking for original and quality presents. All proceeds of Art in the Park support the Museum Foundation’s programs to help the National Museum. Conceptualized to attract a general audience and encourage new buyers unfamiliar with the Philippine visual art scene, Art in the Park features original works of over 80 artists from around the Philippines. On sale are paintings, prints, photographs and sculpture by promising art students and established visual artists.
For more information, please call Patricia Limon or Elvie Magpayo of the Museum Foundation of the Philippines at 404-2685 or send an e-mail to email@example.com. Office hours are from Tuesdays to Fridays, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm.[email_link]