Our Humble Lomowall in Crammer's Cafe

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This is where we find ourselves after a day's work (especially Friday's!) and drown ourselves in a pitcher of booze and Bailey's!

Crammer’s Cafe was opened last September and for the tribute that this cafe caters most of the student’s need, the manager asked our humble group to stick a lomowall in their cafe. Too good to be true.

Up until now, the wall can still be seen over the interiors. Crammer’s Cafe serves not only caffeine-related drinks, but also for one’s self to dry out over the hectic work for the past week.

The foods in this place are great. Every order in the menu has its own name (Chocolate drink would go like “Semestral Break”) related to any school/college stuffs. My favorite here is the Calamares and the Green Tea Shake. It comes around 50 Pesos (more like a dollar).

Crammer’s Cafe is located in General Luna Street - where most of the happenings next to Small ville can be found. Right outside the cafe are hotels, suites, and anything you can find for a relaxation (that includes spa treatment). Crammer’s Cafe is student-friendly when it comes to budget savings. It includes a lot of “self-help” books, has a mini-table ala Japanese style for guys to sit down and study, and tons of board games for everyone to play! If you have an ID from your school, they will give you a ten-peso discount (too bad for us).

Hang out with us here, lomo friends!

written by ethermoon on 2009-03-05 in #world #locations #crammer-s-cafe #student #lomowall-installation #iloilo-city

5 Comments

  1. eyecon
    eyecon ·

    Looks like a great hangout!

  2. northwardnimbus
    northwardnimbus ·

    reprezent ethermoon! sipag mag blog ah?

  3. ethermoon
    ethermoon ·

    eyecon, thanks!
    F, may pinag-iipunan haha!!! at masyadong malaki yata...

  4. stouf
    stouf ·

    Nice shots !

  5. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    great lomowall u guys got ther

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