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Category Archives: travel
When I’m in Singapore, the weekend is the only time I can really indulge in eating out. Weekdays are usually spent cooking at home if I have time or going to my usual food haunts because they are convenient. Weekends … Continue reading
Was going through my pictures again. There are so many things I haven’t posted yet. Everything is kind of random, but I guess it’s better super late than never. I had the best crepe in Barcelonafrom this place called Creps … Continue reading
I am now writing about Amsterdam and happened to chance upon some of my food photos.
Two things related to travel that I spotted this week: a pig that almost flew and the “world’s longest train journey” from China. So apparently, a pig was kicked off a flight for being disruptive, says CNN. It was allowed … Continue reading
Ah, Vienna, Austria. I skipped Salzburg, aka where “The Sound of Music” was filmed because of you. It’s weird because I felt like time was passing ever so slowly when I was in Vienna. But looking back at some of … Continue reading
The Vienna State Opera has to be one of my most favorite parts of my visit to Austria’s capital. That and the United Nations Office. Glad I took time to tour the Opera house. It was most interesting. The photo … Continue reading
Stuff I’ve been randomly eating the past few days. Have been spoiled for choice with the food in Bacolod. As they say, there is no place like home.
Have seen a lot of good press for the Negros Museum Cafe in Bacolod. In fact, it is ranked as the No. 1 restaurant in the city on TripAdvisor. I was curious about the rave reviews so I had to … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I tagged along with an old friend to their family’s rest house. It was an hour’s drive from the city. The air was fresh, the grass was green, wifi signal was spotty.