One of my favorite fruits to use in smoothies and shakes is the watermelon. Not only is it refreshing, it also has a lot of health benefits. Here now below are some nutrition facts about watermelons which I’ve found online.
If you’re looking for a hearty meal in Davao City, I suggest you visit Trellis ‘n Vines. It was one of our stops during the Davao Food Appreciation Tour (DFAT) 2011 and it’s where I was able to drink a unique mixed fruit shake made of watermelon, banana, mango and avocado.
Last weekend, I was invited to attend a blogger event at Pao Pao Xiao Chi. The store, whose name means “very full” (Pao Pao) and “small snacks” (Xiao Chi), is where you can find authentic Taiwanese tea-based drinks and Taiwanese street food items at very affordable prices.
To compliment my previous post on Visita Iglesia churches, I thought I’d share with you my Guimaras Island trip last January. If you’re going to Guimaras Island, you’d have to go take a boat from Parola (to get to Buenavista) or Ortiz Port (to get to Jordan). Tourists typically take the Jordan Port route which… Read More »
Are you looking for a place to hang out along Session Road in Baguio? Then you should check out Zola Resto Cafe. I like going to this place whenever I’m in Baguio primarily because they have free WiFi and also, because they serve amazing shakes.
One thing I miss as a student in UP Diliman is eating fishball and isaw with classmates inside the campus. Yesterday, I was able to reminisce those times, with some of my blogger friends. And whenever I eat at these stalls, my choice of beverage has always been fresh buko juice.
I love drinking fresh orange juice, even more when it’s pulpy. So a few days ago, I thought I’d do a little experiment and determine which orange juice drink in the market today has the most pulp in them. I bought a liter bottle each of Sunkist Orange Juice Pulps, Tropicana Twister Juicy Pulp and… Read More »
I went to General Santos City in South Cotabato last week and one of the places I was able to visit was DOLEFIL aka Dole Philippines, Inc. in Polomolok. And what do you do inside the biggest pineapple plantation in the country? Drink pineapple juice of course or in my case, have some fresh pineapple… Read More »