Thursday, March 25, 2010

Wednesday Night Habit at Alejandro's

It was my first time at Alejandro's, a resto in Cebu City's Capitol Site area, which takes pride for having the best crispy pata in town. No, I wasn't there to try the sinful pata. I joined the Artiaga siblings and their friends for some geeky yet cool fun and for which Alejandro's is now (in just 7 weeks) becoming known for --- the Trivia Night and it happens every Wednesday from 8:00-10:00 p.m.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Calda Pizza (Home of the 36" pizza)

My favourite pizza in Cebu City, no doubt, is Calda Pizza. This was introduced to me in 2008 by my classmate whose relative owns the said food venture.

From the space they shared with a grill resto along Salinas Drive to the kiosk next to the 24-hour convenience store (on the same ground where the resto grill formerly stood), Calda Pizza is growing with several branches in Metro Cebu. They started the 36-inch Xtra Super-sized pizza in the city.

I am glad that they now have a branch close to where I live and work.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

28 Days

Three years ago, I treated myself to a journey which was a fulfillment of a teenage dream. I decided to go backpacking around Europe by my lonesome. Coincidentally, the trip started on my 28th birthday and this lasted for 28 days.

Friday, March 5, 2010


Work brought me to Davao City the past week. It was my third visit to the city (make that fourth if I include The Leytean's quick stopover in 1994). Back then, Davao impressed me with its wide lanes. And until know, it does and more.

So here's my random ten things about Davao City:

1. Davao City is the largest city (in terms of land area) in the country and among those in the world, a factoid I learned in high school.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Turning Japanese

If you're into Japanese stuff or are just drawn to anything from the past, then check out KIKU TRADING CO. It's a surplus store that sells items made in Japan such as grandfather and mantel clocks, dinnerware (made of porcelain, crystal and ceramics), brooches, leather couch, low tables, astronomical telescope, antique phones, gadgets that were the "in thing" in the 70's and 80's (think of atari, betamax, turntable and SLR cameras among others) and a lot more. It's definitely a blast from the past. The articles on sale are still in good working condition, some a bit pricey while the others are definitely a steal.

Visit Kiku from Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Door 6 of the Alphonso and Sons Building along A.C. Cortes Avenue in Ibabao, Mandaue City. It's beside Sugbuanon Rural Bank. Or you may check their website.

Happy Shopping.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Traipsing the web and the world

I found myself another nook in the world wide web where I'll be sharing my travels and freezing moments of people, places, food, thingamabobs and everything that spells fun and adventure. Hope you'll walk with me as I continue to wander and see the world.
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