Wednesday, October 26, 2005


kumpleto na lahat ng nasa checklist ko...

pwera na lang ang isa.


ready na ba ko? excitement ba ito o fear? parang ayaw ko ng matuloy. badtrip.

Thursday, October 13, 2005

at least i got satisfied at CONRAD'S

after a not-so-satisfying experience last night at oody's bar, finally, bumawi naman siya sa kinainan namin ngayon. :) after i went to DFA for my appearance, we went straight to Conrad's resto to satisfy our hungry stomachs. the place was really cozy and very comfy.

We were the first customers to arrive so the service was also really good! we ordered for our all-time favorite, seafood kare kare and fried shrimps! i felt so heaven at that time. just thinking how ironic the feeling was to where we ate last night. i couldnt even comment even a simple thing. all i ever thought and said was:



i really find pleasure in eating nowadays. i spent half of year 2005 dieting. and honestly, it was really sad... and now after reaching the shape i've always wanted, i am starting to eat again... a lot. and i love it! not just eating, but the conversations you share with hte people i am eating with.

who cares if i get fat again?? i love eating. period.

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Oody's... but not really goodies

I've been eyeing to eat at Oody's bar with a friend eversince i saw it at Robinson's Galleria. And finally, after a long time, I found myself eating at the said bar in Robinson's Place, Manila.

I've been so excited to eat their specialty. Been thinking if I could embrace Thai cuisine. There's a few of Thai cuisines that I really love. And for that matter, I wanted to order food that's new to my taste. My friend and I ordered grilled squid, chicken satay and fried rice seafood. I even ordered thai iced tea.


Chicken Satay: It was good! Even the sauce was great.

Grilled Squid: The squid was cooked very well. It tastes really good. The sauce though was made out of tamarind. Although, I love tamarind, personally, I think, it really doesn't go with the squid.

Fried Rice Seafood: This, from what I've heard, is one of their best sellers. The presentation was good. The java rice was so plenty in comparison to the seafood toppings. I could not finish the whole "bowl" of rice. It tastes good, it just leaves an aftertaste though.

Thai iced tea: Just imagine a brewed tea with milk. It just doesn't go with everything I ate.

After leaving the resto, I was thinking, was it just me who didn't like it (because i could not embrace everything about Thai cuisine)? or it's not really a nice place to eat?