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Monday, May 16, 2016

Parc Animalier Sainte Croix in Rhodes, France


On one afternoon in May, we were lucky enough to have one day of good weather. It's been raining so much lately that I never thought we would see the sun shining anytime soon. But it finally did - on the long weekend of the Ascension day. Luckily for us, MR wasn't working this day so instead of staying home, we decided to get in our car and head to the Parc Animalier de Sainte-Croix in Rhodes, France (about 30 minutes from home).

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Beef & Co in Metz, France


MR and I have taken the decision to move out and move in a house or apartment closer to work (and the city). This was a particularly hard decision to make because we currently live surrounded by family members, but in the city, with the exemption of some friends, we know no one. But we made a pro and con list, and ultimately, moving out made more sense. We each spend an hour and a half - two hours per day driving to and from home and it's becoming tiring. Not to mention a waste of time and extra expenses for the car. We haven't told any of my family members yet. Actually, I'm not quite sure how the news will be taken, but we have officially started looking for a house or apartment for rent. We decided on a 1-year transition period before buying our own place.

Saturday, May 7, 2016

Asian Delices - Filipino Food in Lourdes, France


A lot of French people ask me, "What is Filipino food like?"
"Delicious", I usually reply with eyes full of stars.

Truthfully, it's sometimes hard to say what Filipino cuisine is exactly. The Philippines, to me, is a melting pot of different cultures and identities and so is the food. Sometimes Spanish, sometimes Chinese, sometimes Indian, sometimes Malay.  Again - delicious.

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