I love banana bread. There's always been a special place in my heart (or should I say, stomach) for this piece of art since college days. So when the #EastwoodBananaFestival happened last June 30-July 2, I made sure I got a taste of The Butter Half's famous banana bread. Probably one of my favorites from … Continue reading Going bananas over The Butter Half
Note: This review contains no spoilers about the film. Sometimes, it takes one man to make the first step for everyone else to follow -- in this case, it takes one woman. The latest DC Entertainment, Inc. (DCEI) film, Wonder Woman, as you might have heard, is a vindicating experience after Batman vs Superman. After an … Continue reading Heart of Gold — The Latest ‘Wonder Woman’ Film
For Honor seemed to have done their homework on creating good stories for an RPG. The story map focuses on the 3 different classes: Knights, Vikings, and Samurai. The interesting thing though, is each chapter is interlaced with the others.
I have no regrets having Shugetsu Ramen as my last bowl of ramen to date.
Warning: Spoilers ahead. A story of loneliness Logan, the last Wolverine installment portrayed by Hugh Jackman, may seem like your ordinary superhero (or more appropriately, mutant) story at first glance. A picture portrays a thousand words, however. We can discuss how strong or well-built for an old man Logan was in the film; we can even talk … Continue reading Logan – A Story of Loneliness
Cold weather, hot bulalo, Taal Volcano, some few of the first words famously associated with Tagaytay City – and then there's Bag of Beans. Valentine's Day is coming up, and if you're longing for a bit of time away from the city to be with your significant other, why not Bag of Beans? My first time in … Continue reading A Dewy Day in Bag of Beans