My taste buds are not accustom to Asian food. There’s something distinct with Asian food that my tongue are not able to tolerate. But the adventurous part of me overpowers my own predicament, so I gave in. It is best to try it together with your good friends.
The place is very easy to find. Just few meters away from JY Square, Lahug going to Campo. Continue Reading
Mango Avenue is one of the liveliest places in Cebu City. It is known for its hideous traffic jam due to traffic lights ever single corner until you reach Gorordo Avenue. Not only that it is also the night life capital of the city where the tourists and young professionals converge every night to have some good booze and party. Not to mention the strips of clubs and bars intended for adult audiences adjacent to INC Church.
Aside from the bustling traffic, Mango Avenue remains to be a good spot for travelers due to its proximity to the Fuente Osmena Circle – the heart of Cebu City. Continue Reading
Fitness is not an elusive dream. For me it is my reality. Im not yet there but seeing great developments in my physique is more than enough to keep me going.
They say being fit is expensive and tiring. I couldn’t agree more. But achieving your desired physique is a real test of determination and self-will. Many grow frustrated if they see little improvement. What they failed to reckon that it is just the start of the real challenge. Continue Reading
We been planning for a little while to check this new restaurant in Lahug, Cebu City. But unfortunately, that plan was just a plan until last night, 22nd December 2014 when a good friend – Jessy wanted to try something new. It was indeed a good choice since the place is so proximate to my workplace.
Perhaps we were so lucky to celebrate Jessy’s birthday since there was one table left unoccupied. So we were ushered by one of their attendants to the 2nd floor. The place is great but somewhat crowded. Though most of the customers are from the upper class yet you can hear the your neighbors’ conversation. Continue Reading
My first encounter with this book and the author was the time I was reading a self-help book and it was quoted as one of the references. I immediate check online for some reviews, and voila!
I was fortunate to find the last copy of its print from Fullybooked Ayala Center, Cebu. Without a second thought I grabbed the copy and proceeded to the counter for payment.
“What got you here won’t get you there” is penned by Marshall Goldsmith, widely recognized as the world’s number 1 leadership thinker and executive coach. He authored 32 books which were translated into 28 languages and have been listed best sellers in 11 countries. Continue Reading
My recent trip to merlion city of Asia – Singapore was indeed very fruitful. I achieved and accomplished my primary reason of travelling – to do an international bench-marking as part of my final requirement to finish my degree. Admittedly Singapore was just a fall out plan but turned out to be a pretty good alternative of my top choice. Malaysia and Thailand were my target due to financial consideration and the vibrant culture that we can emulate. However, due to last minute craze, I opted to visit Singapore instead via bus from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
So far I have couple of things that I find interesting during my 3-day stay the trans-shipment port capital of Asia. But for now I will just highlight one of them – the transport system. That includes the public utilities such as taxis, buses, monorails and trains.