Experiencing fulfillment in life through serving. - Deut. 6 : 7

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Photo Diary: Cambodian Foodies - Part 2

Lately, I posted handful pictures of Khmer foods or simply called Cambodian cuisine. Herewith, are among the generic Cambodian pabulums that are strongly recommended by all. Some of which are inventively Korean but with a Cambodian twist.
Before your eyes would start feasting, let me name some of it with the hope you'd love Khmer foodies as I do too.


Lotus stems cooked with Coconut milk.


Korean Kimchi with a bit twist of Cambodian style.


Cambodian noddles with vegetables.


Cucumber Kimchi - Cambodian style.


Fried potatoes with carrots and a bit of mushroom.


Hard boiled eggs stew.


Fried noodles with vegetables with a cold Vanilla creme' shake.


Another fried noodle with vegetables.


Ripe Banana and jellos cooked with sweetened Coconut milk.


Tofu noodle vegetable soup.


Fried Bean Sprout with Chicken (this wasn't my food, ├žoz I am a vegetarian)


Fried Mushrooms.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Photo Blog: Phnom Penh - Common Sightseers

This is the continuation of my photo diary during my holiday trip in the capital city of Cambodia - Phnom Penh. There's nothing much to see around.
The city is big and pretty similar to Manila except the buildings in Manila are pretty high and huge. Well, these are all the pixies that I took when I went there.


A common food stall restos in the capital city.

Family gathered together for their nightly meal.

A not so healthy foodies..sorry, as vegetarian, eating this fried meaty foods aren't advisable.

I would love to eat these fresh Spring Rolls, if it weren't for the crab meat and shrimps inside added.

Foods that I dislike to eat.

Food being ordered by my friend.

A busy night market in PP.


Young girl selling Lotus flowers at the gate of the temple.

I saw this midget asking for alms.

A woman shamelessly taking her shower in the middle of the park.


Inside in a temple with a friend.

A novice monk, whom I had a shorty talk.

The hostel where I was staying.

Hostel lobby area.


Stairway up to the temple in the middle of the city.


devout Buddhists.

 Gigantic candles.

Money being offered to Buddha.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Photo Blog: Royal Palace - Phnom Phen

These are my photo collections for this month's trip in the capital city of Cambodia - Phnom Phen. Royal Palace is among the most recommended tourist spot to be visited but surprisingly as I may say it, I wasn't impressed. The Royal Palace in Cambodia is pretty similar in Bangkok Thailand and I would say that the one in Bangkok is more grandeur and authentic comparing here in Cambodia.
It's like an imitations in Bangkok and I didn't see the Royal kingdom of the king but merely huge temples around the compound.



















Sunday, August 31, 2014

Perfumes Worn By Your Favorite Celebrities Part 4

What makes perfume attractive to me? That was the question of my female friend when I learned that I love collecting perfumes and sniffing every bottles in the perfumery section of the department store. Well, that's a catchy and easy question but is actually hard to answer.
As far as I'm concerned, I grew up with a family who loves scent. My mother used to have a lot from Avon to the cheap ones. My brothers love to spray and buy perfume too....so what else can I say?
Anyway, here's my continuation of knowing our fave Hollywood celebs scents.

Alan Cumming is using his own label Cumming perfume and Riding Crop by Demeter.



Al Pacino scent is Acqua Di Parma.



Amanda Bynes is using Coco Chanel Mademoiselle and Comptoir Sud Pacifique Vanille Abricot.



Ashley Greene's scent is Kai perfume.



The sexy star Carmen Electra scents are Kai perfume, Carmen Electra (her own label), Miss Marisa, and Pilar and Lucy Exact Friction of Star.



Rashida Jones loves Midnight Orchid by Susanne Lang and Serge Lutens Feminite du Bois.



This Asian Hollywood star like Stella McCartney EDP.



Kelly Lutz like Pi by Givenchy.



Julianne Hough's loves the scent of Flora by Gucci.