I admit. I am a Mystic Messenger trash. I open the app whenever there's a chat room open to interact with the guys. I've been flooding my Facebook timeline with Mystic Messenger screen caps and fanarts and I actually don't know if my blogger friends are annoyed with the things I share but I really don't mind at all. And since I am completely addicted to this game, I decided to make a DIY inspired from the Korean Mobile Visual Novel, Mystic Messenger.
With today's growing technology, the demand for digital display has evolved throughout time. From the simple bulky overhead projector that only uses a light bulb and transparencies to display bigger images for an audience, to remote-controlled digital projectors that are connected to computers and notebooks for presentations and entertainment, and now introducing the all new technology for projectors.
Spotted at Pasay City is a Japanese restaurant whose main delicacies are their special Ramen! Who would have thought that with their large sizes and different variety of Ramen, a Japanese noodle dish, Ramen Metro offers these dishes at affordable prices without sacrificing the taste and quality. I had a chance to try their dishes and indeed for me, Ramen Metro is one of the place to visit to satisfy my ramen cravings.
A friend of mine encouraged me to try eating at Banapple after he and his officemates tried and had their lunch at the restaurant. He told me that at Banapple, I can enjoy the food and also the price is affordable. So one time, I decided to try it out and yes, he's right! I went recently at Banapple at SM North EDSA and tried some of their dishes.
You know this feeling for sure - you want an item made especially based from your fandom but because you can't afford buying it, you are resorting on making your own. As for me, I am in love with the Otome (Visual Novel from Japan) game Code: Realize and because I can't afford buying goods from Japan inspired by the game, I decided to just make my own!
Dragon Nest players, rejoice! The world’s No.1 MMORPG Dragon Nest SEA celebrates its 5th year of service this August 2016. Get the chance to get up close and personal with the game developers in the first ever Dragon Nest Developer-Player Feedback Session, which will be held on 13 August 2016 at Fisher Mall, Quezon Ave, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Who says eating crocodile meat here in the Philippines is forbidden? And aside from that, who would have thought that you can enjoy eating crocodile meat as good as eating a regular pork, chicken or even beef? I found a hidden gem at Visayas Avenue in Quezon City that offers delicious delicacies infused with crocodile meat - The Urban Cafe is one a places to visit for foodies who are looking for something different and exotic.
I often attend events especially expos at World Trade Center and at SMX Convention Center. And because these events ends at evening, I am having a hard time travelling back to our home because of the rush of people. Good thing there's a hotel with a quite cheap rates where I can spend the night. I recently had my stay at Hotel SOGO at Buendia, Makati City and it was great.
As someone who attend events for consecutive days, living in a province and going home back and fort surely takes a lot of effort, time and of course, money. We tend to resort in different ways just to save money and avoid travelling for a long time. And one of them is to stay in a cheap hotels around the Metro. I recently had my stay at Hotel SOGO Cubao and unfortunately, it was not as pleasant as my first time.