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Lazada Philippines Review (External Drive)

Our first purchase on Lazada Philippines was way back 2011 when the online shop first launched. Since then we haven’t been keen on purchasing stuff on their store. Not that we had a bad experience. It was quite good, as a matter of fact. We were even impressed with their service because we bought a Star Wars-inspired umbrella the night  ...

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Wanderlust

Road Trip to Club Fort Med

This post is long overdue but I thought I’d still post this in the name of the summer spirit. Besides, this beach oasis we discovered in one of our road trip adventures a summer ago is worth a visit. Technically, Club Fort Med is not a new resort. It’s been around for quite some time already.  If you’ve traveled to the  ...

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Book Affair, Book Review

The Way to Her Heart #1: Los Angeles

Title: The Way to Her Heart #1: Los Angeles Romance Series: The Way to Her Heart Author: Emma Foster Genre: Chick Lit Release Date: October 2, 2015 Format: Kindle Pages: 86 Source: Bookbub Great love, great food, great life – can a modern woman have all three? Chef London Demerez has everything she thought she wanted in life. Working hard at  ...

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Book Affair

The Read Out Loud Challenge

Do you love to read? Share one of your favorite lines from a book through the National Bookstore’s #ReadOutLoudChallenge. This is an exciting challenge with a great purpose because for every 75 videos uploaded, The NBS Foundation will set up one school library in any community in the Philippines. Isn’t it awesome? The library will  ...

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Book Affair, Book Review

Eye of the Storm Book Review

Title: Eye of the Storm Author: Frank Cavallo Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Dark Serpent/Ravenswood Publishing Release Date: August 10, 2016 Format: Paperback Pages: 402 Source: Book Publicity Services On a research mission in one of the most remote regions of the world, former Navy SEAL Eric Slade and Dr. Anna Fayne are caught in a mysterious  ...

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Foodstuff

Jicama Dumpling with Pork

When I was growing up, one of my favorite snacks to eat is singkamas or jicama drizzled with salt, chopped chili, and vinegar. It’s sour, but the sweet, juicy taste of jicama balanced it. The taste is almost like sweet and sour but a little bit tangy. I always prefer it than the famous green mango with bagoong or shrimp paste. Today, I  ...

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