Noodle Nights Series: Caution Hot!

Discovered this new hangout spot by accident after a long day’s work. I originally intended to go to a different food store when this noodle house suddenly caught my eyes. I knew it was the one I would want to eat dinner at. Caution Hot!‘s exterior is really quite simple. Matter of fact, it’s getting overshadowed by its…

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Myeongdong: A Foodies Haven

There’s no better way to know a foreign country than through their food. Seoul has always been a world-renowned fashion Mecca, but in recent years, it is slowly emerging as an international food hub for all foodies. Myeongdong seems to be the center of this fad. It houses countless of food stalls that offer aromatic dishes…

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Chasing Sunset at Ngong Ping Village

It’s no contest, Hong Kong has one of the most beautiful skylines in the world. But I am saving it for the last part of my trip. I am looking for something that would surprise me. So far, Hong Kong has wowed me with its diversity — from Tai O’s rugged houses on stilts to…

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Sham Shui Po’s Best Kept Secret

“Sham Shui Po’s best kept secret is not Tim Ho Wan, but it’s actually the colorful lifestyle outside of it. Seeing a different side to the usual Hong Kong metropolis seemed like a breath of fresh air to me.” Travelling for the past few days took its toll on our bodies. Those late night strolling,…

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A Day in the Coloane Countryside

The next day, we woke up early to catch the bus going to Coloane. I love how the cold morning winds assured us that it’s gonna be a good day. We joined the people outside who were waiting for the bus in a single straight line. I admire the locals’ discipline even with small things…

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Top 3 Best Dessert Cafes in Baguio City

Baguio has been slowly climbing my list of the places with the best food to offer. And I have made my top three picks for the best dessert cafes around Baguio City: 1. Vizco’s Strawberry Shortcake Camp John Hay has been sprawling with various food hubs and one of the gems I have found was…

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Pahiyas Festival: Of Colors and Decors

Every 15th of May, the town of Lucban celebrates the feast of San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers, to give thanks for a bountiful harvest. They decorate their houses with kiping, a leaf-shaped wafer made out of rice paste. They are usually bright-colored and paper thin. The road to Lucban was rather hard.…

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