It’s still the month of hearts, so I hope you could forgive me for the cheesy opening photo. Also, this is my very first How To ever, so forgive me for all the silliness.
Biorhythm is a travelling exhibition exploring the relationship between the music and the body. It was first exhibited at Science Gallery in Ireland back in 2010, before moving to New York and then Singapore. I would never have heard of it, except that apparently, since November 15, 2012, it’s been here in the Philippines at The […]
My sister has taken a bunch of nice photos in the Yahoo! OMG Awards 2012 held at the SM MOA Arena last Friday, July 6, 2012. It was a pretty big event as compared to last year’s which was held at Republiq in Resorts World. While last year’s event was more like a party, this […]
Though I’ve been doing capoeira for a while, I’ve never participated in a capoeira event that is not ours – that is, until yesterday. It was Escola Brasileira de Capoeira’s Batizado, which is part of a yearly festival called Brasilipinas.
In the unlikely event that you feel like doing something clean fun crazy after a few beers in Eastwood City, try riding The Rodeo.
I bet none of you have been to Star City in about 5 million years, and you’re not really planning to return anytime. It was the same for me. Except one blessed, unplanned holiday night, we figured we’d head there just for the heck of it. And perhaps also to relive some childhood memories. Before […]
I got pretty excited with all my #SmartBEP discoveries in my previous post that I totally forgot to mention this. Aside from the concert, those people in our area had another show.
Although a fan of the Black Eyed Peas, I had absolutely no intentions of watching them perform live in Manila last October 25. I’ve already set in my mind that I’d rather put my 10 grand elsewhere. Until around 5:00pm of the concert day, when an officemate presented quite an interesting offer.Free VIP A tickets. […]
I’ve been hearing so many good things about Mercato Centrale at Bonifacio Global City. My sisters have been bugging me to go there for weeks and weeks. So finally, despite my splitting headache last night, we drove to Fort to check it out.
If Divisoria is for clothes and Dangwa is for flowers, Cartimar is the shopping complex for pets. Yes, pets! And you might have heard that this place is oftentimes raided for illegally selling endangered animals. Name them — monkeys, snakes, birds, spiders, turtles, all these wild creatures and more. It’s like a zoo, except you […]