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Big Screen Entertainment Offers XBox Kinect and Movie House in Cebu

     Cebu, Philippines –  Looking for a  private place for a great  XBox Kinect  and movie house in Cebu? Well you’ve come to The post Big Screen Entertainment Offers XBox Kinect and Movie House in Cebu appeared first on The Yolo...
by Yolo Moments on May 14, 2016

A Trip to Saging Repablik, Davao City

I have mentioned in my previous post about our food tripping in the land of the bananas, the Saging Repablik in Davao City. Instead of taking a cab from Casa Leticia, Sir Jay (our colleague in Davao City) offered to take us to our next adventure, to...
by January's Scraps of Life on Feb 1, 2016

Davao City: My First Travel Destination for 2016

My first work related travel destination for the 2016 is to the “Durian Capital” of the Philippines. My colleague and I were tasked to attend a meeting with our partners in the industry. Though with injured right leg due to the calf muscle tear,...
by January's Scraps of Life on Jan 23, 2016

First Trip to Land of the Vikings

The highlight of our 3-day travel in Davao City aside from the work related meeting we attended was the trip to the land of the Vikings, the Luxury Buffet Restaurant. It all started, when the head of the group asked us where the best place to have ou...
by January's Scraps of Life on Oct 16, 2015

I Heart OC (Orange Claw)

It was already noon time when I finished my regular appointment with the dentist in Iligan City, two weeks ago. Hubby and I were already hungry and still trying to figure out which of the so many food venues to try, thank goodness he bought something...
by January's Scraps of Life on Aug 22, 2015

My 24-Hour Visit in Davao City

My boss was invited to a meeting in Davao City on July 29, 2015, and since the agenda was something about our section’s tasks, he let me tag along.On July 29, 2015 we flew to Davao City from Laguindingan Airport on an early morning flight, since th...
by January's Scraps of Life on Aug 3, 2015

Exploring Philippines: Visiting the Island Province of Guimaras

The main purpose of visiting the Province of Guimaras is the site visit of the newly installed Wind Farm.  We started off, by taking a pumpboat from Iloilo to Jordan Ferry Terminal. Since, we’re a group of 11 and with no time to wait for...
by January's Scraps of Life on Jun 29, 2015

Exploring Philippines: Eight Things I Did in Iloilo

On June 15, 2015 on board Cebu Pacific 16:40 flight, my boss and I flew to Iloilo City from Laguindingan Airport to attend a work related meeting. We arrived at the Iloilo Airport 30 minutes ahead of schedule, but had to stay an hour waiting for the...
by January's Scraps of Life on Jun 21, 2015

Loving Sky Ranch, Tagaytay in Less Than 3-Hours

Remember our one week official travel in Laguna? Well, one beautiful afternoon after our activity, our group went out for a short trip to Sky Ranch, Tagaytay. At first, I thought that Tagaytay is too far from Biñan, Laguna but turned out to be less...
by January's Scraps of Life on May 19, 2015

Dinner at Rosario’s Seafood Restaurant and Chinese Cuisine in Butuan City

One of the usual things we do when traveling with the boss on business trips is checking out and dining in one of the known local restaurants in the city. Last week, together with my boss and 3 other colleagues went to Butuan City to attend the quart...
by January's Scraps of Life on Jan 17, 2015

Coffee + Cakes at Margie's Kitchen, Butuan + First Time Meet Up

While in Butuan, I got a chance to meet a fellow blogger, an online friend in person. She is the lady behind the blog The Unstressed. She fetched me at the hotel and off we went to Margies Bakeshop one of the best in the city, when in terms of s...
by January's Scraps of Life on Jan 8, 2015

Weekend Wanderings: 100th Birthday Celebration

This weekend one of my great aunts turned 100.  Her children gave her a mega blast in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.The guest of honor with my always handsome cousin, Anthony.This coil out was twirled.This outfit was put together.This cake was baked b...
by Right Side 40 on Oct 27, 2014

Innovative Adult Summer Treats

White Sangria Jello, Anyone? Related posts:The Perfect Convenient Summer SnackGet fresh with meLet Zaya Buttered Rum Warm You Up!You can read falsies mascara review at Laser Beauty Cosmetics Take a look at our most viewed Laser Hair Removal articl...

Once Upon a Time in Nanjing Road, Shanghai

A day tour was allocated after our training. Since our exit is in Shanghai we made arrangement that instead of having the tour in Nanjing, we’ll have it in Shanghai, and fortunately our sponsor agreed. Together with the tour guide that our sponsor...
by January's Scraps of Life on Jul 22, 2014

The Dinner + Few Shopping Finds in Nanjing

We’re done with breakfast and lunch, now let’s hurry back to the hotel for the dinner…Because we were so curious with the kind of food that the hotel will serve for dinner, we stayed until it’s over on the first day before heading out to expl...
by January's Scraps of Life on Jul 15, 2014

4 Things I Did in General Santos City

One of the perks of being a corporate employee is getting to go places for free. Though the main purpose is work related, like attending meetings, seminars, or field work, etc. at the end of the day, even an hour or two there will always be free t...
by January's Scraps of Life on Jul 9, 2014

Food Trip in Nanjing, China: The Lunch in the Employee Cafeteria

Those are the breakfast meals we had, next stop is the lunch meals at the company’s cafeteria.Like the rest of the employees of the engineering technology center in Jiangning District, we had our lunch at one of the level of their three-storey cafe...
by January's Scraps of Life on Jul 5, 2014

Where to Go (and What to Eat) in Northern Spain

Today we have a guest host from Jim Johnston. He has written several features for Perceptive Travel’s online magazine in the past and is the author of Mexico City: an Opinionated Guide. Recently back from the north of Spain, here’s his ru...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Jun 26, 2014

Food Trip in Nanjing: The Breakfast at the Hotel

Like I’ve said in one of my previous post, I was really hoping to try any exotic Chinese cuisines, like, the turtles, snakes, frogs, etc. Sadly, our one week stay never allowed us to have any unless, if paid using our own pocket money, we could hav...
by January's Scraps of Life on May 31, 2014

First Meal in Nanjing, China + Some Scenes

After a long 4hours+ following the national highway from Shanghai, we arrived at the Nanjing, Jiangsu at 1:30PM. The guide brought us to the hotel to check-in, left our things and went out to take our lunch. A super late lunch at a local restaurant a...
by January's Scraps of Life on Apr 30, 2014


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