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ขอขอบคุณ, Thailand!

by on Nov.20, 2016, under Travel & Culture

My final day in Thailand for this vacation was last Monday. Time definitely went by way too fast when one is enjoying himself way too much. You just want to chill forever. Alas, reality check!

Monday morning was spent relaxing in our Hua Hin resort. We had  a hearty breakfast at Putahracsa’s Sala Monsoon restaurant, then we took a few more pictures of the resort. We also tried on the traditional Thai outfits they had for us just lying around in our closet (mudrang-mudra lang ang peg ko, gahd), then afterwards we packed our belongings and checked out.

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Tasty Thailand: Hua Hin

by on Nov.19, 2016, under Travel & Culture

Of course, one cannot go to another city in Thailand without gorging on their food. Because Thai food is love, and when in Thailand: Eat. Pray. Love.

Thus, aside from relaxing by the beach, food was another target when we went to Hua Hin last Sunday and Monday.

I had to have lunch at McDonald’s because it’s my personal mission to eat at a McDonald’s and visit a Starbucks in any new country I go to, assuming they have these stores. McDonald’s, in particular, makes sure to customize its menu to cater to local tastes.

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Tasty Thailand: Bangkok

by on Nov.15, 2016, under Queer, Travel & Culture

I’ve always loved Thai cuisine, but I’ve never really tasted authentic samples as all I’ve eaten had been in the Philippines. The last time I was in Bangkok, which was a mere one-night transit stay in 2005, I ate at the mall food court lunch, then at a McDonald’s for dinner, then in the hotel for breakfast the next day.

Thus, I owed it to myself to eat lots of Thai food this time. Well, you bet I did!

After having delicious street Pad Thai on Friday night, I had a feeling Saturday would be a treat, and it certainly was.

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Insta-gaytay

by on Jul.10, 2016, under My Life, Travel & Culture

Andre, me, Robin

My besties and I have this habit of impromptu drives out of town. Sometimes we go to places nearby, sometimes practically Narnian. One of our absolute favorite destinations is the relatively close Tagaytay.

Since the past few days have been fairly cool because of the Cthulhu-conducive stormy weather, I had a craving for some hot bulalo soup, and what’s a better way to have that than having an impromptu evening road trip with the gang as we are wont to do?

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