Upon touchdown in Dubai, my friends told me I should eat Biryani. Okay, what’s that? Sooner I found out that it was a whole plate of rice and a piece of chicken cooked by some ways I couldn’t understand. hehe … Continue reading What happens when a Filipina cooks Chicken Biryani?
First of all, it’s pronounced as (Ah-sigh-ee), prolong the last syllable, please. 😄 For a quick look back, Açaí is a reddish-purple fruit from açaí palm, a native tree in Brazil. Açaí has health benefits: it’s an anti-oxidant and an energy booster. … Continue reading Off to Açaí Spot
I believe that one vital secret lies behind every successful restaurant – and that is their food. No matter how grandeur or warm one diner could be; if food is not pleasant, customers would rather wave its aura and satisfy their … Continue reading Ihawan: Home of the Best Barbecue
3 December 2015 Holiday sessh and getaway were made possible with friends. We went toDubai Miracle Garden to spend hours of taking photos and adoring the beauty of flowers in the desert. We rode on the Metro at stopped at Mall of the Emirates Station. From there, we rode on a taxi going to the place. Here are some photos: Entrance fee is AED 30. Fresh fruit juices Dining area “Flowers is a word that even babies understand.” … Continue reading Dubai Miracle Garden
Last 2014, I decided to take the risk of going to the ever famous sandland-DUBAI. Personally, I don’t have any relatives in Dubai which made the sponsorship a little bit difficult and complicated. However, I was sponsored by my god-sister and was issued a Tourist visa from a registered agency in Dubai. My flight is booked April 14, 2014 at 20:05. I long prepared all the necessary documents needed for the passport control or the immigration interview: 1. NSO Birth Certificate 2. Clearance (issued from DepEd Regional Office stating my filed Vacation Leave) 3. Certificate of Employment 4. BIR/TIN Certificate 5. … Continue reading Philippine Immigration: Interview Experience