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
Call it a joke that’s half meant, but gogigui or Korean barbecue sure is a great excuse to eat more veggies. The Oblifiases are quite fond of Korean food. As far as my experience goes, the best Korean places tend to be the more modest ones – Manna in Poblacion, Makati immediately comes to mind – and you … More Part II: Swimming, samgyeopsal and more at Solaire
(Updated) For no rhyme or reason, traffic was horrendous in our area today. What usually takes around 30 minutes by car took double the time, and then some. We were late for school, and I heard that traffic has not subsided yet. I was in no rush to go home. So hello, Kapeng Mainit! This place … More Impromptu lunch at Kapeng Mainit
Probably the best reason to go to Century City Mall: have a meal (and a new profile photo!) at Hole in the Wall. To date, it’s the country’s best looking food court. In fact it’s hard to reconcile the term with the place, so let’s go with the more posh ‘communal dining hall’. You had … More Hello, Hole in the Wall!
I just realized we made strides with the house from the early days when we just moved in. From utter chaos and lack of storage… to being more organized and presentable! In a house, there will always be more work that needs to be done, but seeing huge improvement from before to now is inspiring. … More #embracingthesouth: finds and favourites
Well, just the afternoon if we’re going to be accurate. And not just any kind of farm, which makes this a great discovery and warrants more future visits and recommendations to friends. My mom made her birthday all about Akira by whisking us off to Costales Nature Farms in Majayjay, Laguna. Upon arrival, the first … More A day in the farm!