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    Winter wonderlands

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 20/11/2020

    » If you haven't noticed, there's only a little over a month left for 2020 to end. This also means cooler weather all over the country and along with that comes a slew of festivals making good use of the cool breeze that makes walking outside more delightful and less of a workout. A number of these events take place outside the city, which means even cooler temperatures and breezes accompanied by fantastic views of nature. These events are a great way to enjoy the "winter season" and serve as a reminder that we've made it through 2020 so we've all earned ourselves a bit of time to enjoy what these festivals have to offer.

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    Classic British

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 13/11/2020

    » Though Britain is known for giving us the Spice Girls and 007, it's safe to say that nothing beats what they've given the culinary world: the simple yet delectable fish and chips. They're not necessarily difficult to find here but a few places serve their "version" which is a far cry from traditional fish and chips. Fortunately, I've found two places that won't disappoint.

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    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 06/11/2020

    » This year has been a total crapfest. We've gone through a soft lockdown and we're past it, but the pandemic continues and things are far from normal. Then there is the current state of affairs, which just piles on to the mounting stress. It's been a rough year and I can't help but remember that we all felt the same optimism when we wanted 2019 to end. Remember when we thought that year was bad? We've got two more months of 2020 and let's be real, we're not really sure what 2021 holds. Fortunately for you, I've done the hard work and listed a few viable options to let off steam. Whether it's by trashing a room or cuddling puppies, here are a few ways you can relieve the stress from the troubling times we're in.

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    Crash is back

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 06/11/2020

    » It's been long overdue but our favourite Bandicoot has finally returned in Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time. Though we've probably had our fill of nostalgia with the superb N. Sane Trilogy and Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, this is the first all-new title in the series in years. The last title released on a console was on the PS2 generation with the likes of the Wii and Xbox 360. To put that into perspective, the PS2 just celebrated its 20th anniversary. It's definitely been a while, but we're all glad to see Crash crashing and dancing and bouncing on our screens once more.

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    The (space) danger zone

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 06/11/2020

    » Seeing X-Wings and Tie Fighters dogfight is something to behold but being in the cockpit itself is an entirely different thing. This is what Star Wars: Squadrons lets players experience. The game promises players the thrilling experience of being a pilot on both sides of the battle and for the most part, it delivers.

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    One of a kind

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 30/10/2020

    » Samsung has marketed the Galaxy Z Fold2 as the "shape of the future". It's definitely unlike most smartphones out there and this includes Samsung's own line-up. However, is it truly a smartphone that's paving the way for a brand new generation of smartphones or is it simply a phone that's relying heavily on its uniqueness?

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    Can't touch this

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 23/10/2020

    » Thailand is known as "The Land Of Smiles" because everyone here is happy and joyful all the time... right? As true as that is, there are certain things you can do here that can turn that smile upside down.

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    A taste of the Philippines

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 16/10/2020

    » Filipino cuisine is utterly delicious yet somewhat tricky because there are so many versions of each specific dish that you'll find all around. Take something like the well-known and beloved adobo, a dish that both Filipinos and non-Filipinos have fallen in love with. Adobo can be cooked with a variety of meats like chicken, pork and even squid, and depending on how you like it or if you're Filipino, how your mum or grandmother cooked it, you're used to adobo being dry and pasty or wet with a little bit of soup. There's not just one correct way to cook Filipino dishes so it may be difficult to please everyone. However, Viva Filipinas could be the restaurant in the City of Angels that changes all of that.

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    Stranger things

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 09/10/2020

    » Everyone loves a good conspiracy. There's a reason why Netflix has a bunch of them ready for you to binge like Unsolved Mysteries, which will rock you to your core at just how completely plausible they are and how they could easily happen to any of us.

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    Super brother

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 02/10/2020

    » The name Sherlock Holmes is synonymous to being eccentric, weird and a genius that no one can match. Aside from the original novels, there have been many versions of the famous detective. However, in Enola Holmes, he plays a supporting character and tries to help his sister, Enola, make her way in a world that's trying to dictate who she wants to be. And who better to fill the shoes of the detective this time around than the dashing Henry Cavill? Guru spoke to Cavill about his portrayal of Sherlock Holmes and working with Millie Bobby Brown.

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