Random great finds are the spice of life. I’m the type of person who jots down events that I find interesting in my planner, even if I hardly get to go to any of them. I made it to this one. All thanks to a random Facebook post for this event because I never would … More Discovering Japanese drums
I pass by it all the time, so I figured it would be nice for Akira to visit a dog café too. With the exception of my friend Macon who can’t seem to pass up any opportunity that involves cute dogs, it was all our first time to visit a dog café. Like Macon, I … More #embracingthesouth: Pups and Cups Dog Cafe
Instant noodles. The right thing to do is to avoid processed food like it as much possible, but there’s also no denying that a lot of people find it a kind of comfort food. For me, Nissin’s Savoury Beef Yakisoba was a big part of my college life, and though I hardly eat it anymore, … More My Cup Noodle Museum souvenir
I knew I had Japan to thank for inventing instant noodles, but now I know specifically to thank Momofuku Ando! On a trip to Tokyo last January, I decided to hop on a train (3 times to be exact) to Yokohama and visit a one-of-a-kind museum: a museum dedicated to cup noodles! The Cup Noodle … More Hello, Cup Noodle Museum!
Cebu. My only beef with you is you tend to send me home 10 lbs heavier. You’re impossible. On a trip last month to Cebu, I got to try Rico’s Lechon for the first time. I’ve never heard of it before, but it was 10 minutes away from the airport, and lechon for lunch in … More Cebu Foodtrip: Conching’s and Rico’s
I was also around 3 when I was a flower girl at a wedding. I think I was only able to be one twice. This is my daughter Akira’s first time to be a flower girl. We got to go to Cebu for it. Squee 😀 Day 1, and Akira had to go to the … More A flower girl in Cebu