Iloilo City:

Passion is such a strong word. It can take you high up on the brink of success or bring you down to the depths of failure. It only depends on how you value it and let it drive your life. Because no matter how much you shake it off, it involuntarily influences you in ways that sometimes you don’t even know.Β 

As they say it, is a social movement that seeks to inspire, encourage, provoke young people to pursue their passion. It’s about pursuing your passion, creating a mission, and… actually doing something about it. You might want to take note that is not only a movement, it’s also a venue (literally) where all sorts of passions meet. Quite strangely, just upon entering the place, I got hyped up instantly and little by little all the stress seemed to vanish into thin air.

The visually stimulating accent wall.
Perky menu! I missed the other box, sarreh. ;p
Now, that’s what you call comic! πŸ™‚
Gots to have time to look around for artistically broken down branches. Hafta get hold of some authentic rope too. Plus three bulbs. You don’t have to be neat to do some…;p
Mark’s Carrot Cake for P50. How I wish I know how to take pictures better.
My chicken barbecue meal only for P40! It’s the specialty of the house. For P40, you get to choose between chicken or pork barbecue. Then your type of sauce among 5 choices and then plain rice or garlic rice. For P80, you also get to have two of everything! That’s my chicken barbecue with my spicy sauce.
Milk Tea in a very creative glass for P65.
Snowball for dessert only for P30. Very refreshing. I like how you can taste the flavor until you finish the cup.
That’s Kiko, the Marketing Director. πŸ™‚
We look so civil. Haha.

Talk about the perfect hang-out. Talk about character. And a goal. The place is so alive that energy seems to kick in your body in a snap. So when your mind needs to be fed, you know where to get refueled.


8 thoughts on “Iloilo City:

  1. Great photos ! When I was in the Philippines, I noticed that restaurant decors there were so creative and awesome. About that pic of tea in an ordinary bottle….. in Europe, that’s what they use. It’s good that bottles are recycled, and in the most creative and useful way.

    Cheers !

    1. Thank you for dropping by, renxkyoko! Yes, Filipinos are very creative when it comes to restaurant decors.

      Really? I hope someday I’ll be able to drink from cute bottles in Europe too! πŸ™‚

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