Posts Tagged "Laloma"
No amount of global recession can really stop us from changing our food habits but when I dined in at Italianni’s one weekend, I felt like a well-off socialite (a cheaper version) who continually consumes wine and caviar amidst the global financial crisis, increasing job losses, reeking squalor, and unequal distribution of wealth.
After picking the tab, I decided to be moreRead More
It was my first time to witness how a culture struggles to exist in a place hostile to their presence.
On the eve of Chinese New Year, I was lying lazily on my bed in Laloma, Quezon City when drumbeats called and awakened something in me, making me want to run and dance, so right there and thenRead More