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Carmina's Review on Tuna San Salad from Salad Stop!

Carmina went back to eating salad where she has ordered from  Salad Stop before in the past. The serving is quite big for me. I can eat it three times. The ingredients are romaine, hard-boiled egg, seared tuna, avocado, edamame, cherry tomatoes, mandarin orange, sesame seeds, wasabi and honey soy dressing for PHP 365.00 ($6.40) not including delivery fee to the rider through Grab Food.\ Carmina's first serving was with the tuna, so it won't spoil right away with the ingredients. Second serving I added what I had in my home with canned corn and marinated artichoke hearts. Until I was able to finish my salad lasted the second day by placing inside the refrigerator. To see what else I've tried are the following: Hail Caesar Salad & Big Bird Salad Signature Salad Go Geisha NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for Tuna San Salad from Salad Stop Philippines. Subscribe & follow @ Carmina Lifestyle  a place to navigate you to healthy living.

Tuantuan Chinese Brasserie

After walking for a long time at UP Town Center I started getting thirsty and wanted to try a milk tea and came across this billboard and figure why not try and see how it would taste. Milk tea has been very popular every where and some how in the Philippines it is all spread out. You don't need to enter inside there is a Take Out window on the left side. I found out this place doesn't only catered for milk tea they also have other main dishes to try. I figure that would be another time around. I was able to get a take out menu and bring it home with me. Until next time when I visit UP Town Center in Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.

Character In A Fairytale

When you become a character in a fairytale is because someone treats you differently not because you we're born with a silver spoon more because the life style you live in is different from them. No matter what or how they treat you in the Philippines it is called, by respect.  You may be older or younger than them yet the treatment is different when you also respect them. Your life revolves around you and sometimes people call me a Princess because I live in the Philippines where people cook for you, drive for you and so on. But, being a princess I still do what everyone does on a daily basis. I am not that spoiled brat people always call me. I live normal just like anyone else. Yes, some treatment is different when people look high upon you for example when I ride my bike with my male employee and I am the only female. They are behind me I feel I am being guarded by security guards. They make sure you don’t fall off your bike and make sure you are secu