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Everytime I come home, there are changes that I see that makes me feel that the country is really still breathing. Last time was the longest foot bridge in the world, in Bicutan interchange, which now solves the perennial problem of human traffic congestion in our part of town.
This time, it is Greenbelt 5. With its trendy stores, although not as ritzy and pricey as that of Greenbelt 4, it was a good way to while away the time before our dinner at John and Yoko, a Japanese resto for those who obviously want a less expensive but close to authentic Japanese cooking. Even the waiters and waitresses are garbed in their high school uniforms.
Place was rockin, I wish I could say the same with the food.
John and Yoko, Greenbelt 5
2nd Floor Greenbelt 5, Legaspi St., Legaspi Village
Makati, Metro Manila
Anybody remember what Greenbelt 5 was before? Or what stores were there before it became as ritzy as it is when I first saw it last Friday?
Come celebrate the middle of the year by traveling around the country without leaving the city. Join us at "Travel Cafe Philippines" at 6:30 PM. Only if you are free and willing. Linnor might even be there too.
Travel Cafe Philippines
2nd Floor, Greenbelt 5 Ayala Center
Legaspi St., Makati City
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