I eat Dumaguete (Part 1)

  Originally, I was going solo to explore Dumaguete, a bucket-listed place. That was until a couple of good friends, Alex and Boo, decided to join me. Three is a good number. Hotel bills can be split three ways and more importantly, since it was going to be a “food trip”, three dishes (or more)…

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Kyoto’s Nishiki Market

  First order of the day: visit the market.     It is not just any market, but Nishiki Market, Kyoto’s go-to place to acquire the best traditional foods, ingredients and kitchen-related goods. It’s the largest traditional market in the city and the locals refer to it as “Kyoto’s pantry”.         Arriving…

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