Majayjay Falls and the...

Philippine Island Living
During out Broke Travel Adventure in Tagaytay, Kaye and Mau discussed plans for travel. Oh boy, looks like I put another roadtrip team together. They discuss... Read

Sushi Boi Will Satisfy...

Philippine Island Living
In a previous post I wrote about how Zagu changed my mood. What made my week was this part of the night. I haven’t had tuna sashimi in a while and I don’t ha... Read

Zagu Makes Me Feel Goo...

Philippine Island Living
I was feeling pretty down the past few weeks and if you’ve been following the updates on my other blog minimal changes you’ll know why.With all the drama in ... Read

Xoi Vietnamese Kitchen...

Philippine Island Living
For a long time, my only experience with Vietnamese cuisine has been from LJ’s sister who made us spring rolls with noodles in it and from Pho Hoa where I us... Read

Pancit Malabon Made

Philippine Island Living

Le Gourmet Is My Secre...

Philippine Island Living

Tuor Lousoy Chicken

Philippine Island Living
Tuor’s Lousoy Chicken? You say? Is that a mutant from a horror movie because it sounds like it. Long story short, a few months ago Ralph brought me to a plac... Read

Enjoy Twenty Peso Bibi...

Philippine Island Living
Get the softest moistest bibinka for under 20php at Bininkinitan. Read

Retirement in the Phil...

Philippine Island Living
[caption id=”attachment_856” align=”alignnone” width=”640” caption=”This place is somewhere I want to be many years from now.”][/caption]Retirement in the Ph... Read

Relax with a Boracay L...

Philippine Island Living

What is a Rice Meal

Philippine Island Living
Rice meals are the most common available foods when eating out in the Philippines. Almost all cafeterias, canteens, eateries, fast foods and restaurants serv... Read

Take the MGP bus if yo...

Philippine Island Living