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Sunday, July 17, 2011

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I Speak Applesauce is a personal blog written by me and it is based solely on my experiences.

This blog is also supported by paid post using third party advertisers. However, the compensation will never manipulate the content of it. Furthermore, the blog does not contain any substance that might have hurt any individuals.

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Is now a .com site

It has been a struggle for me to get my own domain due to the fear that setting up my own site. I may have the knowledge of more than average in terms of software but then its html or codes that I will be dealing with. Then my blogger friends recommended to just get the domain and not the hosting. He explained that blogger will still my host and there is like simple steps in routing the blogspot going to the domain.

So, I have spent so many days looking for the specific site where they are offering domains. Finally, one of my fellow bloggers in Pinoy Blogger promoted this hosting site where domains are available up to the second lowest form of dollar in a single digit and of course they allow paypal to be the medium of the payment. Grabbed!

Next problem would be my address. Sticking to the ispeakapplesauce is a big decision for me. My friend suggested that it should be my name as my domain to make it more personal. Just as I clicked the confirm button, I came to a proposition that I will just divide my entries into two blogs – one for travel and one for food. It was suggested by my other friend before I started my blog but in my defense, food comes with traveling. Thus, my domain sounds like more on food and not travels so I am still on the verge of thinking to make another blog. But for now, I am coalescing food and travels.

Also, I am back in working so maybe this coming August I will start hitting the road again. Thank you.

Monday, July 4, 2011

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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Tugs, Tugs, Tugs – Central Bbq Boy Grill, Makati

Uh, I’m back, MIA for 2 weeks to fix my life.

Let’s start with the Central Fever.

It has been a usual spot to celebrate birthdays in Central due to its accessible location and reasonable price. In line with this, Anthonie celebrated his Central Birthday. Given the fact that I will fall in love again (with my work) this coming week, I just need to break my bum atmosphere and hit the road again.

Central is not a usual bar wherein you will just sit around and get drunk. They really know the meaning of true customer service (very call center). From their ROFL names in their menu Bad Boy (with the pick-up line, “Traydor To Tsong!”), hotdog ni boy and macho king (nachos)) to their dancing IDOLS (crews), central has it. Also, their remarkable way of greeting a “Happy Birthday” to my friend that has special participation of SAGAD style of eating a banana (epic).

We were also lucky because Central has an event yesterday. They are offering free shirts if you order a bucket of San Mig Lights but the most grueling part of it, some members of the group should dance and mimic the crew. Of course, we participated with the said event. Cherry and Saver hit the beat and beat the crap out of the crew.
Til’ next birthday or gathering, Central! :)

Location: Malugay St. Pasong Tamo Makati City
Trademarks: Export Plaza, Caltex, KFC

*special thanks to the birthday boy Anthonie