I’ve been to a lot of Korean restaurants in Cebu. It feels like every corner there’s a Korean food waiting for me to devour, but when I heard that there’s a new foodie spot in my hometown, plus my friends really recommend it and it’s Korean so after I got home to Ormoc for a short vacation, I wouldn’t miss to try out Ormoc’s and prolly Leyte’s first ever Korean restaurant! Continue Reading…
“Do it because it’s fun,” They said. “It’s really easy,” They added. After experiencing the Rope Course Adventure, YES, it was fun BUT it wasn’t as easy as what they have said.
I’m the indoor type of person, I love staying at home, drinking tea while reading a good book/manga or eating noodles while watching Korean dramas, anime or whatever series that caught my interest. But I’m always up for any challenge; I go hiking once in a while, just so you know and I also want to climb more mountains and try extreme adventures as well. So, last month Team Leader Rod and our ever pretty Support Miss Cai brought us to Mountain View Nature s Park for some stress-releasing activities and yes taking up the Rope Course Adventure is one of them.
The recently concluded YOUNIVERSE: Create, Celebrate in Cebu last October 18, 2016 at Ayala Terraces stage by Convergys, the largest private employer in the Philippines was a success. The event drew a huge crowd including job seekers, employees and other members of the community. The event’s main focus was to reinforce the company’s continued commitment to grow and provide local talent with limitless career opportunities.
The success of YOUNIVERSE seals Convergys’ dominance in Cebu. The company also announced that it is hiring 2,400 additional employees in Cebu this October to December. According to Jojo Reyes, Convergys Group Vice President of Operations, “We are grateful for what we have achieve through the people of Cebu. We want to continue giving them the best opportunities by joining Convergys and growing in their careers; supporting global, top brands of every industry we support. Whether it is in telecommunications, technology, financial service, retail or healthcare—the choice is theirs.”
The Japanese Summer Festival: Bon Odori 2016 that was held last August 12-13 at Sugbu Grounds, South Road Properties (SRP), Cebu City, Philippines was a huge success with around 22,000 attendees, imagine the ocean of people! For only 20.00 pesos, it is more than worthy for a night of awesome cultural experience.
It’s my first time to attend Bon Odori and for a girl who’s been in love with Japan, attending a festival is a must right?
Last month, I went to SM Seaside to witness an event at Cyberzone. Mainly, collections from various toygroups. From my/our favorite heroes, robots, vehicles and animes, all of this is for the anticipation of the next Cebu Toys and Figures Convention this coming December 10, 2016!
Thanks to Vanessa of Simply Vanessa for the invite. It’s my second time at SM Seaside. To be honest, I’m not a mall type, I’d rather be the climbing mountain and travelling type. So, yeah, I haven’t even gone to a lot of places here in Cebu ever since I got here, that’s why I’m glad I came out from my cave!
I’m not gonna talk or write more at this point. Here’s my photo spam of the pre-event!