One of the latest US franchises to reach Philippine shores is IHOP, formerly known as International House of Pancakes. As a food lover, I’m always open to trying out new things, and IHOP was naturally included in my “must try” list.
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Just before 2012 drew to a close I managed to take a quick break from the hustles and bustles of Metro Manila by “chilling” in cool weather of Baguio City. Here’s my trip in pictures.
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For my last day in Cebu it was a must for me to revisit the sites I wasn’t able to visit the last time I was here, and the first one on top of my head was of the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño. Since the location is in the vicinity of historic sites, a historic tour it is for my last day in Cebu.
The race was over but the feast had just begun! For our post-race lunch we were led by our stomachs to STK ta Bay! How does having dinner on the Moon sound like? Here’s our day.
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For my last day in Cebu City, there’s not much to do but roam around and eat! For this day I got to try some new restaurants, gone to a place that’s long due in my must-see list, and revisit an old favorite.
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One of my favorite juice bars in the Philippines, Jamba Juice, now had made public the nutrition facts of their products. This makes a lot of sense for those seeking a healthier lifestyle, particularly those calorie-conscious juice blend lovers. So which one is healthy and which one is guilt-free?
One of the best feelings after doing a marathon is “guilt-free” eating! After burning thousands of calories, you practically have the right to eat anything you want, and given this fact and we were in Cebu, one of the best ways to get back those lost calories is with Cebu’s famous Zubu Chon Lechon!
The holidays are meant to be spent with our beloved ones and even us who are friends with the road and blogging are no exception, so before we bade goodbye to the year that was, we had our petite but delightful gathering.