It has been more than ten years since the Eraserheads have disbanded and went their own, formed and joinedother bands. However, a successful reunion concert was held at the Bonifacio Global City in 2008. Here theywe can see them reunited again with a new album coming out. People at my age can never forget their music, from the time when the band released their first album in the 1993, until their last album in 2003, To date, manystill consider Eraserheads as one of the most iconic bands in Philippine music industry.
I will be waiting for this album to come out and wonder what kind of music they will introduce in this album. I wonder if they will use gibson flying vhere, since they are known for introducing new attacks on their music.
We may have attended a number of mall-based free concerts like this, and Jed Madela’s Concert at the new East Wing of the Shangri-La Plaza Mall last August 23, 2014 was largely similar. However, something different about his concert that we noticed, was on how Jed connected with his audience which is very effective. What more if it was complemented with the live band using a Hofner guitar and other Hofner instruments? For those who do not know these types, they can be checked if we visit website links for these.
On my first visit here, I actually thought I was in a European café due to its store interiors and music. Until I came closer to the menu board and saw that it offers Hainanese chicken, nasi goring, kaya toast (with 2 boiled eggs on the sides), hot chocolate with tablea cocoa, and the crew prepared coffee by including condensed milk instead of sugar. Hmmm….. if this is not Asian, then I don’t know where else I am.
More on Toast Box Philippines here
It’s a good thing that Jupiter St. in Bel Air does not seem to run out of something really interesting, as far as eating out is concerned. On the 20th of this street, at the corner of Antares St., is a Pakistani & Continental Cuisine called Kabab & Curry, a casual restaurant that claims to serve what’s authentic, halal and organic vegetables.
More on Kabab and Curry – Authentic Pakistani and continental Restaurant in Makati by Side Tripper here.
Since we transferred to a new house, my wife and I have agreed to live a simple and minimalist lifestyle. We buy only things or furniture that we really need, and we discard those that are no longer useful. We just realized that after two or three years since we transferred here, things have become crowded again even though we have disposed a lot of things and refrained from buying anything new. But still, we just noticed that some things are have been piling up. We don’t buy new kitchen utensils but we already need a kitchen cabinet organizer. We need another day or two just to sort things out again and just to set aside those things that are not needed anymore.
When eating out becomes a way of life that is no longer limited to the upper echelon of society, restaurants, fastfood and other eating places now find themselves in a vast opportunity to grab the largest possible share of the stomach. More on Sarsa here.
Sarsa Address in Fort Boni here
Last holiday my wife and I decided to have another thrill adventure. We didn’t really plan to stay overnight apart from to visit Tagaytay to discover new restaurants and places to stay. We just decided to pack things for over night in case we will discover something exciting.
We told ourselves that almost all of the hotels would be fully booked since it’s a long holiday during that time. We did not even bothered to try any place in Tagaytay and headed further to Batangas instead and see some of the resorts that we saw in the internet. But due to the traffic congestion at that time that we were in Tagaytay, we decided to have our lunch there before going straight to Batangas and it was 2:00 pm already when we left Tagaytay.