Although I still find it hard to take pose-y photos with people around, I went for it in Taiwan! People didn't know me, so I thought, what the heck and asked our family friend to start snapping before I wimped out.
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The Shilin Night Market is one of the biggest night markets in Taiwan. They stay open 'til midnight, offering street food, clothes, accessories, shoes and various knick knacks. But since more than half of the stuff they offer look oddly similar to the ones we have here in our local tiangges, we decided to just zoom into the food part.
at 2:16 PM
We took the red-eye flight to Taipei, Taiwan and this is the awesome view that welcomed us minutes before the plane landed. Our family recently went to there to celebrate my parents' 30th anniversary. They chose Taiwan because it holds special memories for them, having spent their honeymoon there. After three decades together, they're back with grown-up children.
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Entitled, "Gabay: Dibuhong Umaakay," this year's exhibit showcasing the works of PSID's Advance Class is about creating spaces for the handicapped. The groups of students were randomly assigned living spaces for the visually-impaired, the hearing-impaired, the orthopedically-challenged and the elderly. Many were challenged by this theme but their innate talents managed to outshine whatever difficulties they encountered.
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Just veer a little from the more popular Tomas Morato area and you'll find some good food establishments hidden in the corners of the smaller streets. Take Rub Ribs for example. Good food at good prices.
at 1:56 PM
We celebrated my brother's birthday at Cafe Jeepney in Hotel Intercontinental Manila weeks ago (celebratory outfit here), but I'm only able to post it now. You see, I'm still adjusting to more responsibilities assigned to me at work and going to Taiwan for a short family vacation last week didn't help either. I'm now swamped with papers! I also have so many backlogged posts of other restaurants and foodie places you can visit, so I hope you can be patient with me.