The Universe loves balance. There’s a yin to the yang, and the Force has its dark side. As to the VisitPinas-tagged Instagram photos, we’ve noticed that a number of outdoor photos have a mirror, or similar, image snapped indoor. We might not be able to explain it sufficiently in words, but we hope it becomes clearer as we feature these photos. Continue reading Indoor-Outdoor Mirror Image: Philippine Travel Stories
We were not fans of Rurouni Kenshin, the reason why we were puzzled with the fanaticism of Filipino fans, prompting the producers to have the Asian premier in the Philippines. We came to appreciate, and love, the characters and the movie only when we watched the Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends. We were just wondering — does Kenshin ever get tired? Or hungry? And if he gets hungry, would he like the Kitayama Wagyu Burger at Malcolm’s Deli? We can’t afford to wait for any installment of the movie to find out. We took matters into our own hands and trooped to the Bonifacio Global City one overcast weekend. Continue reading Will Kenshin be Happy with Malcolm’s Kitayama Wagyu Burger?
A museum, for you, evokes what kind of images and what kind of emotions? Allow us to start off with the following guesses. A museum is a place where really old artifacts are kept and displayed. It’s a place where you can only view these artifacts, cordoned or sealed for protection, from a distance. It’s a boring place, except to those who have a deep love for the subject (or pretend to do so). These things may true of other museums, but definitely not The Mind Museum. Continue reading Feed your Brain at The Mind Museum