If you are a first-timer in a place, it is best to discover things that most tourists don’t do. We learned that you’ll best experience the culture of a certain country by checking things randomly. On our trips, we usually mix tour packages (so we won’t miss the main attractions) and DIY if we are a little familiar with the place after the tours.
Here are some of the things you shouldn’t miss when you are in Istanbul. Continue reading 5 Things Not To Miss In Istanbul
Who would have thought that there is an eatery that serves hotel/restaurant-like dishes? I mean, a typical Filipino eatery (carinderia), that is located in the side street in a residential area, with only folding wooden tables and monoblock chairs to use for their customers? No airconditioning or any intricate designs around for your eyes to feast while eating, but instead, you can choose either to eat in a table on the side of the street fronting the eatery or be seated on a small room previously used as an internet cafe.
Last week, my friend Hazel and I went to Kanto Freestyle and tried some of the food that they have there. We have been hearing a lot of good reviews about this eatery that we can’t help but try it ourselves. Even if we are so sleepy and almost lost our way going there, still, we pushed through. Continue reading Kanto Freestyle — Not Your Typical Breakfast
Me and my friends, Ben and Hazel, just wanted to go downstairs to buy something from MiniStop.. But since Ben loves walking, he urged us to go to Banchetto (night food market), and see what we could get from there..
When we weren’t able to find anything, he suggested that we should all go to McDonald’s, and have Bubblegum Sundaes.. Hazel immediately agreed to it but I was a little hesitant since I am currently down with colds and eating sundae could worsen it but still, I budged in..
Well, they didn’t have any Bubblegum Sundaes anymore so we ended up getting Blueberry Sundaes instead, which was good, I’d say.. It wasn’t too sweet as I was expecting..
Anyway–anytime, anywhere with friends always means fun!