Abaca Baking goods

You can get 50% off on pastries, brownies,  cookies and crossaints at Abacá Cafe. Discount starts from 10pm. Got my discount at IT park lahug Filinvest building. 
And if you want to put it in a box you can just Add 10php. 

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Camotes Island

  • Mangodlong paradise resort

They have free pick up at the port. Breakfast buffet. Infinity pool. No wifi. No cellular signal. Reasonable  price.

  • Aladdin resort

I do not recommend this resort.

  • Santiago bay

Great view. Delicious and affordable food.

  • Crystal cave

Holy and amazing

  • Buho rock

Jump off the cliff

  • Timubo cave

Clear water

  • Lake danao

Kayaking and many more outdoor stuff. 

Work ethics between Japanese and Filipinos

Before working in a Japanese Company, one should know what kind of work ethic do the japanese have.

In my opinion, both sides should respect each other culture differences. It is unfair to say that the japanese are the only ones who should adjust since they are the ones who came to the Philippines.

I do think that they should follow the philippine law. (To those who didn’t follow, you may report them by all means).
Each company has their own style and rules (Inside the company). Most of them would like you to WORK during working hours.

To some employees, If you think that you have nothing to do since you are waiting for your next class or you just finished a recent project or there is no customer in the restaurant yet, bottom line is you should do something that is related to your work. Improve yourself! Don’t stay idle for a long time And most importantly, don’t do unnecessary things to avoid complaints and unprofessionalism.

Refrain from making excuses not to work well in a company.
You can always quit if you are not happy. you can always go in a laid back environment and you can always choose.

To some self proclaimed agencies, please stop that overpriced bullshit! let them pay the right amount, the Japanese worked their asses off to earn. Stop your fucking corruption.

To some Japanese Employer, Intern and etc, based on experienced, please know the law of the Philippines before making any businesses here. Know the differences between the government here and there. Do’s and dont’s and the culture. Don’t give in to illegal things, like paying people huge amount of money so everything will be easier, just go with legal processes with legal documents and everything will be okay.

Multitasking is not a problem as long as the work is still related to the field, don’t make people do things they are not even hired for. Please be specific in your contract to refrain any misunderstandings.
Don’t keep promises you cant keep, giving false hope is the worst.

The Philippines is a developing country as you know. Don’t compare Japan and the Philippines, obviously, you already know the differences.

To some of you, please try not to look down on them. (I recently read a blog and this person had some complaints about his employees, he ended up generalizing everybody).

If i offended some of you, please note that I used “some” on my blog cause i don’t want to generalize people.. Some are good and some are bad but not everybody, even though some would say that “almost everybody is the same” or “usually” but the mere fact is, it is still not EVERYBODY.

Go Go Cafe

After his exposure with abs cbn news, His video went viral on facebook. It’s amazingly surprising for us to see a japanese person selling food on the street. (especially in cebu).

His food captured the heart of the cebuanos. He used to sell onigiri and tonkatsu sandwich outside IT Park Lahug and People would fall in line for his deliciously satisfying food.

Finally, he opened his Cafe at JDN SQUARE located at P. remedio street banilad mandaue city.
I went there several times with friends. The place is clean, quiet, affordable and good for relaxation. I also cant get enough of his tonkatsu sandwich. It is so tender and it goes perfectly with the sauce.

He has his very own recipe, so his Tonkatsu bowl and sandwich is one of a kind. (Meat now is thicker than before).
They also sell Tea, Coffee, other food, canned beverages and sweets.

I highly recommend this place.
Store opens at 7:30am-11:00pm on weekdays. it closes 8:00pm On weekends.