Picture this: you’re 45,000 feet up in the air and (finally) comfortably seated for a five-hour flight only to find out your phone’s running low on battery, you left your power bank at home, and you have absolutely nothing to pass the time, not even a book! Personally, this would probably be one of the … Continue reading “7 THINGS YOU NEED TO PACK FOR THAT LAST MINUTE TRAVEL”
After tough national finals, Jose Cuervo has named [name of winner] as the winner of the Philippine leg of the global campaign Dons of Tequila. Angelica Suzzane Castro, 22, from project 4 quezon city, and currently working at Simply thai greenbelt 5 will now join sixteen (16) other bartenders from across the world in the … Continue reading “ANGELICA CASTRO OF SIMPLY THAI TO REPRESENT PH IN THE GLOBAL SEARCH FOR JOSE CUERVO’S DONS F TEQUILA”
We couln’t help it! We were at awe when we saw this proposed structure online, and we couldn’t just complain how awesome the idea was! According to boredpanda (the site that originally posted the article) the house design was made by two Greek Architects, Laertis Antonios Ando Vassiliou and Pantelis Kampouropoulos, and envisioned the building concept … Continue reading “AN EXTRAORDINARY HOUSE THAT SITS ON A CLIFF”
We are now down to April’s second week and what’s best way to catch up with the falling blossoms but to track down the specific scenic spots in the middle part of Japan where these blooms are in full. Osaka, Kobe and Kyoto are some of the finest cities in Japan for cherry blossom viewing … Continue reading “BEST HANAMI SPOTS IN OSAKA, KOBE AND KYOTO”
At a normal Summer day in the Philippines, 34 degrees is not alien. Filipino seek ways on how to beat the heat and refreshments is one of the available ways on doing it. Nowadays, bottled thirst quenchers are everywhere. One of the most popular among Filipinos is the iced tea.