Out of the ordinary, but budget friendly
Bih-Zahr (read as bizarre) RestoBar a cozy restaurant during the day and a hip-hop, rock and rainbow haven in the night. Located at No. 6 Scout Borromeo Street, South Triangle, Quezon City. You’ve probably been asking yourself what’s with the name, Bih-Zahr? It’s because they are not your average RestoBar. It offers a wide variety of promos and group bundle of food and drink that is very light on the pocket.
Their Menu is usual, but it is unforgettable
On November 21st, The Philippines will bring forth a festival that will fuse its biggest talents in one massive celebration of sound – the Sandstorm Electronic Experience, produced as a collaboration between So Familiar Productions, The Wildfire Productions and Trance Till Dawn. The event aims to make a staple when it comes to the music festival in Southeast Asia as well as to make the Philippines, the next music destination.
Philippine Ducati Weekend is based on the popular World Ducati Week, which is held at the Misano World Circuit in Italy. The Philippine Ducati Weekend was first launched at Clark International Speedway, Philippines, in 2012. From the first Philippine Ducati Weekend, it had achieved an outstanding level of success from the attendance because of its variety of events, activities and full immersion of pure Ducati Lifestyle. This event only happens every two years.
Would you believe that this was taken using my old Nokia 6300? Yes, it was seated in front of the jeepney and we were stuck in traffic. Out of boredom, I took this photo using the negative setting or filter of the phone's camera. Yes! You've hear it right! I used the negative setting to give this very crisp black & white effect of my subject. By the way, it was a sunny afternoon when I took this photo. How cool right?
How did they start?
Started out as an idea to create shirts for bookworms, The DreamShirt has finally marked its 2.5K likers after a year of operating online. With more and more fangirls and fanboys finding out about the online shop, The Dream Shirt is planning to have its relaunch come 2015, which includes creating a line for locally published books, releasing more collections, and a collaboration giveaway with Fandom Trinkets PH.
What Dream Shirt is About
This was taken in Baclaran (Paranaque, Metro Manila) overpass. I was about to cross the street through the overpass when these two kids approached me and asked me for coins. Instead of giving them money, I bought some bread from the nearby street vendor and gave it to this two. I think they were siblings.
I bought my softdrink and when I turned to them, I saw & heard the boy speaking to his sister, "Ako na ang maghahati ha para meron pa tayong matira hanggang mamayang gabi." (I'll be the one to divide this so that we would still have something until tonight. )
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These were some of the photos I grabbed from my friend.
These were taken in the National Museum last month (October 2014).
Photo credits to my good friend, Jomar Tito.