The local land transportation office (LTO) of Manila has sought the assistance of Captain America in the pursuit of "dyipni" drivers found not following the reduction in transport fare. It was reported by commuters that "dyipnis" are still charging Php7.50, instead of Php7. Due to the incompetence of the LTO, millions of commuters pooled in... Continue Reading →
Sometimes I wish that I have this kind of a monster machine as a car every time I drive in Manila's worsening traffic situation... Where buses and jeepneys load and unload passengers right in the middle of the road, where undisciplined motorists overtake in a "no overtake road", block the intersection, and counterflow where it... Continue Reading →
... He is wishing for the rain to stop! Rain in Metro Manila results to flood, flood results to suspension of classes, suspension of classes results to millions of students staying at home, millions of students staying at home results to lesser commuters, lesser commuters results to lesser business for the dyipni drivers!
Pedro 'n Coi is one of the new restaurants at Fishermall, Quezon City. It has a very unique theme that makes you feel that you are eating outside in a city street... Minus the air pollution and the heat, of course! It's menu selections are all Pinoy (colloquial for Filipino), with Adobo, Nilagang Baka, and... Continue Reading →