Books

Always and Forever, Lara Jean: Book Review

Finally, we reach the end. And while I should feel a bit nostalgic, I’m just really pleased that Jenny Han was able to finish strong. More often than not, series endings tend to feel a bit stretched and even rushed. But in Always and Forever, Lara Jean, every flip of a page felt like a …

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Coldplay Live in Manila – A Head Full of Dreams Tour

After years and years of waiting—17 to be exact—Filipino fans finally experienced the much awaited Coldplay concert in the Philippines. And it was a true adventure of a lifetime! At exactly 9:07 p.m., the orchestra music signaling Coldplay’s entrance to the stage started along with a compilation video of various people introducing their world tour. …

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Everything, Everything: A Book Review

Everything, Everything is the debut novel of YA best-selling author Nicola Yoon about Madeline “Maddy”, a girl with a rare condition known as the bubble baby disease. To be honest, the premise is so intriguing that anyone can easily be lured into reading this book. It is a book with promise but did not quite …

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Travel

Booking Activities with Klook

Disclaimer: I am a Klook user but I am in no way associated with Klook. This is not an advertisement but a purely honest testimonial. Klook is a gateway to numerous activities you can enjoy worldwide. It may easily be accessed through its website or from an app using your mobile. Use of the app …

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Wonder: A Book Review

Wonder, a book released in 2012 by R.J. Palacio, is a story of a 10-year old boy named August “Auggie” Pullman. Auggie is just like any other kid: he’s funny, loved by family and friends, has a very cute dog, and seriously enjoys Halloween. Yes, he’s quite ordinary except that he’s not. No, August has …

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Jesse’s Ultimate Book List

There are books that will make you think. And books that might scare you while others can easily put a smile on your face that was not there before you decided to flip a page. But there are also times when you read a book and it changes you–transforms you in a way you never …

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Travel

How To Cross the Singapore-Malaysia Border

For Filipinos, a full week trip to the Lion City is not complete without a side trip to Malaysia. And because my parents wanted every chance to get to see Kuala Lumpur in all its glory, I decided to tweak our itinerary a little to accommodate a day trip to the neighboring city. So how …

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Crisp on 28th: An Honest Review

For today’s edition of quick bites, we’ll dig into another one of Erwan Heussaf’s brainchild: Crisp on 28th. If you’re curious about how the place got the name then you might wanna head over to Bonifacio Global City’s 28th Street for a nice dinner and see what this hidden gem has to offer. The Space …

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