Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Noodle Invasion: Ramen Nagi @ SM Aura

Ever wonder how Japanese noodle dishes or ramen as they are called just boomed here in Manila. It was 2013 when there are Japanese chains opening up restaurants all over the metro. And everyone’s been crazy about it. Well, the Philippines is undeniably a “Chinese mami” country, we all loved and grew up eating a quick-cooking noodles in a bowl. And it’s not far from what Japanese had brought here, which has more different flavours and more different styles. Ramen is made of Chinese-style wheat noodles, typically served in a meat or fish-based broth, flavoured with soy sauce and uses toppings.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

STK Ta Bay! sa Paolito's Seafood, Cebu City

One thing that Filipinos really love is Food. Do you agree? That’s why for those who travel just like me; it’s the one thing that we look forward to when we visit different places. And recently, I had my vacation in Cebu which aside from their wonderful tourist spots, genuine people, I also keep coming back because of their great dishes.

We all know that when people talk about famous Cebu foodstuff, one thing that pops to their mind is ‘Cebu Lechon’, am I right? But aside from it, Cebu is also known for their seafood dishes which they have named it uniquely as ‘Sutukil’ or ‘STK’ that stands for SUgba, Tinola, and KILawin. I have been to Cebu three times already, and I have observed that most of their restaurants or eateries offer this kind of dishes. And from all the dishes that I have tasted, I think I have found already the perfect place to make our seafood cravings fulfilled.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Wakeboarding @ Camsur Watersports Complex

Camsur Watersports Complex (CWC) is the major tourist destination in Pili, Camarines Sur and one of the top tourist destinations in the Philippines. CWC is a unique water sports park that was built in 2006 and designed for wakeboarding, wakeskating, and waterskiing. The place offers world-class sports facilities for water sports, and one of it is the known international-standard wakeboarding course. This is why CWC is very popular now not only to locals but also to foreign tourists.

And during our Caramoan adventure [Read Full Stories Here Part 1 and Part 2 ], we had a chance to visit the place on our third day as a side trip before we headed back to Manila. [Read Full Itinerary Here ]
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