Monthly Archives: June 2013

Courtyard By Marriott

I was booking for hotels when I remembered that I haven’t written about my experience at the Marriott Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee. Hence, this very late post. When we arrived in the US, it was 4 degrees Celsius. Imagine that … Continue reading

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S & R Davao

S & R Davao branch opened weeks ago. But with our schedule, it is difficult for me and John to visit the place considering the volume of people lining up (literally) for its membership. So we both agreed to spare part … Continue reading

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Getting To Know The Mayor of Davao City

I found this article in Facebook. I thought of reposting this so you will know the man behind the name. Digong refers to Davao City Mayor, Rodrigo R. Duterte. What you will read below is exactly the reason why he … Continue reading

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Photo of the Day – Banteay Srei

  One rainy day in August of 2011, John and I visited Banteay Srei. According to research, Banteay Srei in Khmer means City of Women. At first, they thought it meant “auspicious city”. But later finds (inscriptions in the monuments) … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day :)

My father used to drink and smoke. Past tense, if you noticed. 🙂 Thank God! But before he became a better version of himself, we all had to go through a very difficult phase in our lives. He had a … Continue reading

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MAN OF STEEL on Independence Day

June 12 is Independence Day in the Philippines. It is a national holiday so that everyone can celebrate our freedom and to commemorate the heroes who died for it. As we entered SM Lanang Premier, I could hear the blaring … Continue reading

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A Meeting with Chyng Reyes

I learned about Chyng Reyes of http://www.chyngreyes.com in 2011 when I was researching for our Asian trip. You know me, I spend months studying online before we go on a trip abroad to understand the culture, etc. of the places we’re visiting to. While … Continue reading

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Breakfast – Hog’s Breath Cafe

If you want to treat yourself and your special someone on a Sunday morning, you may want to spend your breakfast at Hog’s Breath Café. They offer several mouth watering dishes that would surely satisfy one’s craving for a delicious … Continue reading

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Cebu Pacific – Davao Mishap

We were having dinner at Jaime’s Buffet Restaurant in Lanang, when the black out happened. Boy, was it dark! It’s a good thing Jaime’s has its own generator. Black out and a really freaky strong rain, that’s bad for people … Continue reading

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Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

Beng and I were talking about upcoming trips abroad  when she mentioned her last day of classes at the Metro Lifestyle. Other than a being model and a successful realtor / businesswoman, she is also a teacher. She doesn’t have to, … Continue reading

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