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In Thailand, there's something for everyone.

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The Land of  Smiles: one of the world’s top destinations for travellers young and old alike. Thailand hosts a wide variety of activities, sights, dream destinations, and fun for all audiences. However, if you’re looking to get something specific out of your holiday, you could end up in the wrong part of the country. This…

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Travel, Where to eat

Lisbon isn’t a city that pops up in most people’s priorities, especially if its their first time in Europe. Paris, London, Barcelona, Amsterdam and Milan were the top 5 most cities in Europe in 2017. I’m guessing after that, Rome, Madrid, Vienna, Prague and Dublin would round up the top 10. Lisbon probably only makes…

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Food & Drinks, Travel, Where to eat

Charlie Wanton Special is a Mandaluyong institution, but I would have never gotten the chance to try this establishment out if I didn’t move to Quezon City from the heart of C-town. Growing up in Binondo, I was surrounded by food. After all, being the oldest Chinatown in the world, it is the default Chinese…

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Food & Drinks, Travel, Where to eat

What lies in the valley of Marikina? This city has grown to be more than just the famed Shoe Capital of the Philippines. It’s a friendly food destination packed with a variety of Marikina-grown restaurants and cafes. Whether you’re in the mood for classic Filipino food, Japanese-inspired pastries, or Southeast Asian cuisine, Marikina has offerings…

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Food & Drinks, Travel, Where to eat

I was recently in London to accompany and support Anne as she ran the London Marathon, and I knew we couldn’t leave without trying out the classic London dish: fish and chips! Fish and chips, dubbed the national dish of Britain, are traditionally served freshly fried, salted, and wrapped in newspaper. This crispy and delicious…

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Food & Drinks, Travel, Where to eat

For a lot of Filipinos, there seems to be no wrong time for a heaping order of pares. Pares (literally translated to “pair”) consists of braised beef, cooked for hours until tender with a thick sweet and salty sauce, paired with a clear beef broth, and garlic-fried rice or a serving of noodles. This combination…

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Inspiration, Travel

Not everyone loves traveling to work, especially in this age where traffic gets worse every single day. While commuting itself is tolerable, getting stuck in traffic for hours is a much more bigger problem that must be looked upon. It can be daunting, stressful and time-consuming. It is understandable why a lot are coming to…

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Inspiration, Travel

It’s no surprise to anyone who’s lived, or even stepped foot in Manila: there is traffic everywhere. While there’s always an opportunity to look on the bright side and make the most of your situation, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do anything about the traffic in this country. I asked my viewers and followers to…

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Food & Drinks, Travel, Where to eat

I’ve always wanted to drive down around the South of Manila and just eat my way through the different towns there. Three must-haves when visiting the south are bulalo, lomi, and longganisa. All of these taste so much more delicious after driving around in the new Countryman, shout out to Mini Cooper for letting me…

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Inspiration, Travel

I recently went to the snowy northern region of Japan, Tohoku, with several missions to accomplish: experience the culture, see the sights and do some activities, and of course, taste the food. I had a blast in this beautiful, rather underrated area of Japan, and I can’t wait to explore more of the region. Check…

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