My First PAL Experience

I always fly Cebu Pac but there was one time that I needed to book a flight, the earliest possible. Since Cebu Pacific’s first flight was 10 AM, I looked at Philippine Airlines (PAL) schedule. There I found a 6 AM flight. Since I would like to experience PAL, I booked it even if it costs me 15K PHP.

I forgot if it comes with a baggage allowance but I don’t need it so no use to me at all. One thing’s for sure, it comes with a meal. Not bad since I wanted to eat some breakfast.

I chose their “tosilog” because the other one is “bangsilog” and I’m not in the mood of eating fish. When I opened my “tosilog”, I was surprised, it doesn’t look and taste like tocino at all.

PAL

Philippine Airlines’ complimentary breakfast meal.

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Review: V Hotel Lavender Singapore

Last June I had the chance to stay at V Hotel Lavender in Singapore for free courtesy of my friend.

V Hotel Lavender is centrally situated in Singapore located at 70 Jellicoe Rd, 208767. It is just above the MRT station, the Lavender station. On top of that, you are just 1 station away from Bugis Junction, 3 stations from Raffles Place, and 5 stations from Orchard.

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Food Travel: Slappy Cakes

Before I left the Philippines, I had the chance to eat at Slappy Cakes in SM Aura Premier located at McKinley Pkwy, Lungsod ng Taguig. I always wanted to try it with my family because we love eating pancakes.

And since we love pancake, we chose to make our own pancake. Haha. We chose a batter made from buttermilk. Some chocolate chips, mangoes, and bananas for fixins and maple syrup for our toppings.

I really love the freshness of the mangoes complementing with the sweetness of the buttermilk. Then add some chocolate chips on it, perfect combo!

You can also visit their branches at Eastwood Ave., Quezon City; 230 B SM City The Block, North Ave., Brgy. Bagong Pag-asa; and SM Jazz Jupiter Street Corner N. Garcia, Bgy Bel Air, Makati City.

Slappy Cakes

My future chef. 🙂

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