Prost! German Club Manila toasts to a new partnership with Solaire for this year’s Oktoberfest. One of the year’s most highly-anticipated events, the German Club Manila’s Oktoberfest has always been a favorite among Filipinos and the expat community alike. A lively gathering filled with merrymaking and good-natured fun, the annual Oktoberfest aims to showcase the… Read More German Club Manila holds 80th Oktoberfest at Solaire Resort & Casino
Living in Makati for almost 15 years has made me quite familiar of its streets and establishments. I know how to get to Gino’s Pizza in Salcedo, have eaten at more than one restaurant along Yakal St., and am regular at Nihonbashitei. Not to mention I can direct you with no sweat to what store… Read More Abuela’s, your dining table away from home
I know, I know. I may be a bit late to the spinning craze. But hey! I bet there are a number of you out there who are like me a few weeks ago – an indoor cycling virgin who’s thinking of trying out this fitness trend. So if you are one of those, or… Read More I tried spinning for the first time!
Hi, my name is Gemma and I just turned 28 two weeks ago. I’m writing this in bed. It’s a rainy Monday morning in Manila, zero-visibility when I look out my window. I’m propped against my pillows, I’m under my blanket, and I just finished brunch. Most people my age are probably in their place… Read More What I’m good at vs what I believe in – thoughts of a 28 y.o. ex-IT yuppy in bed on a rainy Monday morning
I have utmost respect for restaurateurs. It’s not easy to get people’s attention, much more get their trust. So any effort anyone makes, for me is effort all the same. I write this because while my experience at Kam’s Roast was one of the least enjoyable food experiences I’ve had, I am hopeful that things… Read More Kam’s Roast Philippines – is it worth it? | An honest review of the Michelin-starred import
One of the interesting things I learned when we went on a walking tour in Tokyo is how the Japanese usually meet up for drinks in outside establishments and almost never in their homes. This is because most Japanese homes are really small! We had a look and feel of it when we stayed in… Read More A look inside our Japan Airbnb
Day 3 in Tokyo started out in almost the exact same way as Day 2 (read about Day 2 here)… with burnt breakfast by Pao. Hahaha! We had Chocolate Croissants from Family Mart which we bought for JPY 100 and coffee still from the box we bought at the start of the trip. We got… Read More Tokyo March 2018 Day 3 – Tokyo Free Walking Tour, Japanese Street Food, Odaiba