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20 January 2019

🍽️ REVIEW : Larry and Mau Restaurant Diner at SM Mall of Asia.

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RATING: ⭐⭐⭐

Larry and Mau Diner is the brainchild of two guys named Larry Cortez and Mauro Arjona Jr. who, from “rags-to-riches”, managed to build another foodie haven goers will surely be fans of! From their six brands of well established restaurants including Uncle Cheffy, Old Vince Grille, Chef’s Quarter Restaurant and Wine Bar, Kuse Traditional Filipino Cuisine, Beurre Blanc Restaurant and now came Larry and Mau Diner.

This is a place where you can hang out and have a drink with your officemate after shift (i worked around the place at that time in a call center) , indeed the food  good, price is reasonable.Their pasta is okay, their beef broccoli is perfect. And I loved that beef here, so tender .

Their waiters are courteous.


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I must say -that their food is pretty normal, nothing special. However, I remember that their menu items are quite affordable, compared to the other restaurants surrounding them. There are not much people dining in here but it is gotogo by the call center agents as there are lots of  call centers around.
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Location wise, well since it is located in SM MOA 2 ecom, they're lucky because the place is romantic and vissually pleasant at night.

πŸ•️ How To Pitch a Tent as a Beginner?

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In camping, pitching a tent is part of the activities that I extremely loved. But as a first timer, pitching is not easy; it takes patience to finish such task.  You might think that my first tent pitching was my elementary days wherein being a “BOY SCOUT” is a must.  But no, my first tent pitching was when I joined this backpacking group and our destination is Zambales.



Here are some of my tips, and surely these were also my personal experience.

1. Look for the Perfect Location.

Make sure that you have to more keen in choosing where to pitch your tent. Look for a place that when it’s raining, the water will now flow on it. Moreover, consider also a location where the abundant of trees exist, if ever when it’s daytime, there is a little shed from the trees that will lessen the heat. Avoid under the coconut tree, you’ll never when a coconut fruit falls down.


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2. Do not isolate Your Tent away from the Group.

Since it is a camp site, and you’ll never know what is in the surroundings, you must pitch you tent where now far away from the other campers. It is safe when someone can easily see you if ever fortuitous things arise. Think of someone can rob you easily if you are pitching away from your group mates and n one will notice.



3. Ask Help.

I must admit, as a beginner, it is confusing to figure out how to start and assembling the rods. if you’re backpacking with friends, there’s no harm on asking assistance .



4. Stability is a must.

Always make sure that when the tent is already erected, it is much stable as you might think. I’ve experience in BALER back then, since I only had a dome type of tent and I didn’t fasten it rigidly. When the typhoon arrived, it was surprised because everything was damaged.  So, if you think that your tent is not the “tadpole type”, then you must secure it and fasten it in the ground as possible.



5. Bring Your Room Inside The TENT.

I didn’t mean it literally, but it doesn’t mean that even if you’re just using tent, you’ll now sacrifice the comfort of your sleep. Make sure to set up a smooth and soft camping mattress and put light inside. Arrange your belongings in order to easy access every time you grab it. And lastly, relax and enjoy your stay.

Truly, pitching is not easy but if you’re able to do it, then you will no longer have any predicament in the future. Indeed, you’re required to pitch your own tent unless you’re gonna use hammock. But , just practice it and you can pitch your own tent like a pro moving forward.

18 January 2019

πŸŽ™ EP4- A Letter From a Confused ,Straight Identified Man 🏳️‍🌈 Podcast by Jonathan & Allan.

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Rey of Marikina –a straight claimed man writes to ask for an advice. His dilemma is no longer new to the gay society – Identity Crisis.


It is a about a period of uncertainty and confusion in which a person's sense of identity becomes insecure, typically due to a change in their expected aims or role in society.  Rey is a straight man with 5-year girlfriend but he lately experienced an affair to a same gender. Or simply he practice MSM aka man having s*x with man.

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He became now confused about his gender identity. Gender identity is the personal sense of one's own gender. Gender identity can correlate with assigned s*x at birth, or can differ from it. All societies have a set of gender categories that can serve as the basis of the formation of a person's social identity in relation to other members of society.

Pay attention to this episode because podcaster Jonathan Orbuda of I Love Tansyong TV and Allan Sherwin Aban gave their two points of view. Their argument will let you decide on what to do if you also experience this situation.


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11 January 2019

πŸŽ™ EP3- Clan Among Gay Youngsters 🏳️‍🌈 Podcast by Jonathan & Allan.

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πŸŽ™Listen to this podcast as they attempt to tackle "WHAT IS CLAN and BEYOND?" -in  the Filipino gay society. Airing on January 12, 2019 , Saturday at 11:00 PM Philippine Time; so make sure to set your reminder by click the "Remind" button below.
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06 January 2019

⚱️ Gabisan Pottery - From Mud to Riches.

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Marinduque is a heart-shaped island situated 18 kilometers from the main island of Luzon. It lies between Tayabas Bay to the north and Sibuyan Sea to the south. The Island province is located in the MIMAROPA region in Luzon. 


Hiding in the small Barangay of Poctoy, Municipality of Torrijos is where the best potter residing at.  Gabisan Pottery is a home-based pottery shop where the magic of molding vases out mud happened. It is owned by Gabisan Family, a full blooded Marinduqe-nian who starts creating pots, vases and brick works almost decades now.  


From Poctoy Beach - where we spent our second night in Marinduque, I and my friends just randomly decided to just saunter at the shoreline heading towards the main road to catch up a public vehicle. It was one hour walk when we were surprised as we spotted this pottery.



Ito ata yung Gabisan Pottery? Yung nakikita natin sa brochure ng Marinduque Tourism Office.

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At first, we’re reluctant to go inside as it looks like a private place but we called the attention to whoever was inside the house. Luckily, we met the owner who humbly welcomes us to his shop.

Indeed, he toured us and let experience on how to mold the vases. He also showed us first process up until he finalized the final product. I must admit, it requires a soft hand or the owner’s called it “cotton hand” or else you can’t really create something awesome out of mud. Indeed, it is a talent. I was also amazed of the “Pugon”, where he dried the newly-molded pot and vase. It was old-fashioned yet it shows how much the effort needs just to come up those products.

It was their main source of income – the Pottery. The owner told us that he was able to send his daughters and sons to college out of mud and now currently working as professional. It wasn’t my first time to hear such success story, remember the family in Binangonan, Rizal who was able to send siblings to college because of stone carving.  It taught me that, whatever means – as long as you’re dedicated on what you’re doing, you will find success on it; just like Gabisan Pottery, from a simple family business, it became now a Marinduque Tourism recognized must go.



Before we leave the place, we took pictures and bought small pots as souvenir – that will remind us that we’re able to find the gem of Marinduque by accident.





















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