Sunday, May 8, 2011

12 Ways To Rock In Tacloban, Leyte

Tacloban may not be the top-of-the-mind destination of anyone who's itching to explore the Visayas region- as most would say Boracay or Cebu, but it surely is a must-visit for people who (a) are too bored with the same ol' Philippine destinations they go to, (b) need some crash course in Philippine history via travelling (c) will do anything just to taste some good Filipino seafood cookin' and (d) are addicted to caffeine and coffee shops. Tacloban housed what I professed- a couple of years ago- my favorite restaurant of all time, one of the most interesting parks I've ever seen and by far, the coziest coffee shop I've ever entered in to. If you'll stay and read a little longer, you will know where those places are- among other things that truly made my Tacloban experience one of the most memorable and bloggable.

So here we go.

Friday, May 6, 2011

My Top 10 Takeaways from Teleserv Night-Out at the Cinema 2011

I felt special.

No. Not like a special kid who got some sugar rush for eating too much chocolates. But I really felt special for having been invited at the recently concluded Teleserv Night-Out at the Cinema 2011 event. 

For bloggers. 

Monday, May 2, 2011

Top 15 Things To Do in Beijing (That Won't Suck)

2008 Olympics infrastructures. Mao Zedong's preserved corpse. Center of China's government, culture, history and exotic foods.