So me and a couple of my friends from the village have made it a point to get together every Sunday night and explore. Two weeks ago we drove up north (around the UP area) looking for a restaurant called "Van Gogh is bi polar", but apparently it already closed down. So we decided to hunt around for other options and finally agreed to try a small mexican joint called Cocina Juan:
The restaurant is really small. It's capacity is probably good for 15 people inside and maybe 10 people outside. I love the whole set up though!
Nachos w garlic cream sauce. Their take on salsa. And mexican style beans
We got the Chicken, Beef and Mozzarella Quesadilla
Potato wedges with the same sauce as the nachos
Tonight my friend suggested to try "The Frazzled Cook". This whole "restaurant search" has become so exciting!! If you guys know of any others please let me know.
I was able to go to the second to the last day of the "Something Different" exhibit in the Yuchengco building by RCBC last May 30. My friends just kidnapped me at home without telling me where we were going so when I got there I was so amazed! Basically, the whole thing is set up by 6 artists (Daniel Latorre Cruz, Wataru Sakuma, Jinggoy Buensuceso, Stanley Ruiz, Martha Cech and Olivia d'Aboville) who create new concepts of contemporary things. "... challenge old concepts, provoking minds to dream of alternative perspectives"
The exhibit was only till May 31, so for those interested but didn't get to see it...
The whole exhibit was interactive so we were able to play around and try using the things on display
This for example is a bag that they made into a shoe bag/shine sort of thing.
Chair Lamps that I loved!
This chair seriously had the perfect mold for sitting down haha
This storage shelf was made of material that felt like hard foam or something.
A chair with a vacuum
This lamp was made from
drink stirrers (so cool!)
Speakers that look like tissue rolls
Shelf that looked unstable cause it would move side to side but actually was really stable