Hong Kong is a hot destination for a number of things like the fairs and festivals, the colorful nightlife, the food (internally screams for egg tarts), and of course the shopping. Hong Kong is also the gateway to East Asia. The city never sleeps and it’s constantly flourished with visitors. For Filipinos who travel out […]Read More The Perks of Staying at Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotels
Following my post on The road to Survivor Island, here are my thoughts on the whole trip: When I reached Caramoan, it was almost dark. I took a tricycle and drove to a cute little town called Paniman, where you take the boats for island hopping tours. It did not have pretty white sand beaches. […]Read More Caramoan Islands: Was it worth it?
Khana is one of Marco Polo Cebu‘s Coulinary Journeys, in line with the celebration of Diwali, the Festival of Lights. Featuring authentic Indian dishes aside from their “staple stations”, Marco Polo Cebu is offering you an opportunity to explore and expand your palate. Dine in for lunch at only Php 880 at Cafe Marco (buffet). […]Read More Khana Indian Buffet
Nothing screams America like burgers, corn dogs, barbecue, and of course, pie. Pie is one of America’s symbols of home and tradition, like apple pies, banana cream pies, and pumpkin pies, to name a few. I don’t think I’ve ever heard of anyone crave for pies the way my American friends do. I mean, I […]Read More Live and let pie.
Watch till the end to see if I made it or not! So you can either pat me in the back or shame me. Enjoy! PS Pardon the yagit face in the end.Read More Spicy Noodle Challenge! 2X Version