Elephant Mountain, Is it worth the climb? (Day 1 – MOCA & Huashan 1914, Taipei City)

Our day 1 in Taipei were almost cut in to half wandering the huge hotel we stayed it. I did not regret doing so for the Hotel it self was already an exploration. After having our brunch, we decided to go out and explore the city.

And because this will be our first day of exploration, we already thought that it will still take some time to familiarize ourselves with the ways of the people, directions as well as the transportation system. With a very flexible itinerary we had, we decided to explore the center part of the city first – we visited Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Datong District, Taipei City.

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SportsCenter debuts Sunday on ESPN5, Philippines

Iconic sports news program debuts Sunday, December 17, right after the PBA.
ESPN5, the long-term collaboration between TV5 and ESPN, will debut a daily Philippine edition of SportsCenter (starting Sunday, December 17) at the conclusion of the PBA. The iconic sports news and highlights show will be a 30-minute daily program produced LIVE and exclusive each day by ESPN5 from the TV5 studios in Manila, bringing Filipino fans the latest sports news and developments from the Philippines and around the world, with daily content contribution from SportsCenter US.

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A pasta, pizza or gelato fix at Giulia Manila, SM North EDSA

Giulia Manila opens its very first store at SM North EDSA

It wasn’t too long ago since I’ve visited this sight at SM North EDSA the block. It was an italian restaurant before that was called Casa Italia (read: Having Gelato at Casa Italia). If you are a fan of the brand, do not be shock, for Casa Italia isn’t really gone, but instead the famous restaurant decided to create a new brand that would cater to the right market in the area.

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Know your Uber archetype + My Year with Uber #YearwithUber

I couldn’t remember when was the first time I ride an Uber. Thinking about that, I think I was on a taxi listening over a radio when I first heard about Uber being discuss by a popular broadcaster. Back then, it was so new that the radio announcer was even pronouncing the transport network vehicle services (TNVS) as ‘You-ber’ instead of ‘Ooh-ber.’

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