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Buy 14-inch Capiz Parol in Metro Vancouver

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We are offering  limited quantities of high-quality Parol (Christmas Lantern) from the Philippines. Special Sale of 14-inch Capiz Parol from the Philippines - only $150 CAD. By September 2021, the price of each Capiz Parol will be $200 CAD. 14-inch Boungavillae Capiz Parol (Christmas Lantern) 14-inch Boungavillae Capiz Parol (Christmas Lantern) from the Philippines available now in Metro Vancouver 14-inch Starlight Capiz Parol (Christmas Lantern) 14-inch Starlight Capiz Parol (Christmas Lantern) from the Philippines available now in Metro Vancouver How to order Capiz Parol in Metro Vancouver? Complete this order form . Pick-up only in Richmond, BC. Payment will be cash  (exact amount only) on pick-up or prepaid using Interac E-Transfer . Visit the

My South Korea Experience

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From March 21-24, I was enjoying the cold weather of South Korea. Instead of writing paragraph after paragraph explaining what I saw, what I ate, and the full experience, here's a Google+ Story about my trip. Jomar and I are wacky in this picture! Thanks for capturing this moment Mama Chelle.

Japanese Food Trip: Kichitora of Tokyo

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Our Awesome Planet released a blog about the 10 Most Awesome Ramens in 2013 . So my ramen monster friend  +Jerome ,  +Mitch , +Jomar and I tried to clear the list around Makati. From the list, we have only tried Ukokkei Ramen Ron and Hokkaido Ramen Santouka. Because of that, we decided to add a 3rd one: Kichitora of Tokyo. Honestly, by far this is the best ramen I've tried EVER! Now, whenever I try ramen, I will order Spicy Miso Ramen to compare it off with this one. Their gyoza is so-so and the oyakudon Jomar ordered was soupy (if there's such a word). The Ramen was spicy, but it's just the right amount of spice that would allow you to taste the miso based soup. Overall, Kichitora of Tokyo is my fave ramen place so far. Oyakudon and Hokkaido Spicy Ramen Kichitora of Tokyo is at the 2nd Floor of Glorietta 5 in the Ayala Center.

Food Trip in Malugay Street: Ara Korean Restaurant and Rocci Coffee + Chocolate

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Last February 6,  +Jomar ,  +Mitch , and I received our Korean Visa. To celebrate, we set forth to Malugay Street and had a fun Korean dinner at Ara Korean Restaurant along Malugay Street in Makati City. It was not the best Korea place I've tried in the Metro. I still prefer the authenticity of Happy Han Bapsang in Ortigas, the ambiance of Maru in Jupiter Street, and the delicious food from Samgyupsalamat near De La Salle University-Manila. Grilling the Samgyupsal at Ara Korean Restaurant

Food Trip: Press Cafe

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Press Cafe is a restaurant inside the posh Power Plant Mall. It is near Fully Booked and the Cinemas. Around three weeks ago,  +Chelle ,  +Mitch ,  +Wayne ,  +Jomar , and I decided to watch the Filipino movie Starting Over Again starring Piolo Pascual and Toni Gonzaga at the Power Plant Mall. Before the movie, we had dinner at Press Cafe. It was a bit expensive, but I was hungry and would want to eat before the movie. I had the Cheesy Eggplant which was cheesy and yummy. Though, half-way through it, I want to stop eating since the appetite is gone. Wayne had burgers while Mama Chelle had pasta and Mitch had steak with potatoes. Jomar had chicken with rice. My Cheesy Eggplant on top. Wayne's burger on the lower left. Jomar's chicken on the lower right. The food is good, but the price is a bit on the mid-range. You would need at a minimum Php 200.00 for a decent meal.

Food Trip: Mooon Cafe

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I've been to Mooon Cafe twice, and both times it was in the City of Ozamiz. Both times as well, I loved the food I had. The first time  +Jomar  and I were there we had Spaghetti ala Gambas and Quesidilla Vera Cruz. Both were good.

Japanese Food Trip: Yabu (House of Katsu)

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I have to come to love Japanese cuisine, from a steaming bowl of ramen to the raw sashimi and sushi but of all the Japanese food I have tried, my ultimate favourite is the Japanese Curry. I have tried a lot of Japanese restaurants around Metro Manila and would always order the Japanese Katsu Curry. Last Sunday, I had my "love myself more day." I went shopping around Glorietta for corporate attire since I am about to start my new work. When consulting my trusted app,  +Foursquare  it suggested that I have lunch in Yabu in Glorietta 5. Thus, I had my Sunday lunch there alone. At first, people were looking at me like I am weird eating alone. The table on my left is a family while on my right is a couple, and here I am in the middle being in my usual Sunday alone-ness. Upon checking the menu, I decided to have the Chicken Katsu Curry Set. After giving my order, the waitress explained the Yabu tradition and discussed that all sides are unlimited. After around 10 minutes, my

Ozamiz City: Food, Friends, and Events

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I am back in Ozamiz City! I am so happy to be back in Ozamiz. It's one of those places that you visit not because of some famous tourist spot but because of the amazing people you get to meet. +Jomar  and I went to Ozamiz in replacement of  +Jerome  who won't be able to join the event because of work. Jomar is going to share about the different  +Google Developers  tools and technologies and conduct an Android code lab while I am going to share about Google's programs for students.