Crisp on 28th is an ode to throwback neighbourhood café that serves a variety of healthy, well-composed meals and curated coffee brew on a quiet street in BGC. The Crisp on 28th partners have a diverse background in the food industry and has passion for food and travel. Crisp is an arrangement among friends who grew up together in France, are now living in the Philippines, and miss the old street cafés that they used to frequent when they were college students.
Hello everyone! I woke up quite early today to start working on my pending blog entries. Gosh, it's been ages! Really trying my best to at least start on some of my travel (just using the word 'travel' cause it's more convenient but my posts are nothing compared to those of legit travel bloggers. hehe) posts which I hope to do before the year ends. In case you haven't noticed it yet, my blog just got revamped (yay!). More on that and what made me busy this year (went on a social media hiatus. lol it's been awesome, you guys.) on my upcoming postsss! HAHA
7 Flavors by Chef Boy Logro is an international cuisine restaurant located at 196 A. Mabini Street, Brgy. Batis, San Juan. It has lush interiors which provide a relaxing experience and a big parking space which eliminates the problem of finding a parking slot. The restaurant opened its doors last May 13, 2015 to a warm reception from the who’s who in San Juan. The first floor is for those who like an ala carte type of meal while the second floor is the buffet area.
Just to let everyone know, this blog is still alive and so am I. Lol I've been neck-deep in work for the past months since I got back in Manila so I never had the chance to blog. I also deactivated my Facebook account and might never activate it again. Haha Why? Well, at first, it was because I'm currently doing something career-related that requires most, if not all, of my attention. I'm sure you guys would agree with me that social networking sites, most especially Facebook, take a lot of our precious time. So, yeah. I decided to deactivate it for a while. But now, I realized that I don't really need it in my life since I don't like sharing my pictures and thoughts there anyway. I kept my messenger active though, so my friends and family can still reach me (and vice versa) anytime. That's the most important thing, right? :)
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Scrubs and Skirts is Shayne's attempt at fashion blogging, and blogging, in general, while being a licensed and practicing medical professional at the same time. In here, she writes about her travels, her favorite outfits, and her overall experiences as someone who has a passion for fashion and style.