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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Road trip : Lemery-Nasugbu-Tuy

 -Fantasy World-
Location: Brgy. Payapa, Lemery, Batangas 

 -back of fantasy world-
 -Canyon Woods-
Location: Brgy. Tamayo, Calaca, Batangas


 -aerial view from brgy. tamayo road-
 -Welcome Arch to Nasugbu, Batangas-
 -Entrance gate to Everest golf course, Don Bosco, Chapel
(Chapel on the hill), Mt. Batulao & Caleruega Church-
 -entrance gate of Sandari Batulao-
 -Welcome arch of Tuy-
-stop over at Mcdo Balayan & buy extra meal with the glass 
of coke for additional of P25-

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Just Sunday


Yesterday (Saturday noon) was shiny & lovely afternoon & I'm planing for a road trip for tomorrow (Sunday)  but suddenly when I wake up it was a rainy morning so I decided to stay at home hoping that the rain will stop in a minute but an hour later it is still raining because of tropical depression "Goring".


 then I buy some bread called "pandesal" for breakfast with
3in1 coffee & a cheez whiz spread.

after an hour later me & my son where playing his toys & after taking his bath I decided to play again with him but this time we make some photos of planking positions inspired by the Bulacan Photographer club from the topic of "Jessica Sojo" last night about a photographer. Photo below was his first position at the top of the round table, just a second of his photo & his the one who decided for the next different positions on the stair ways just laughing & photo-shot what position he wants to like, photos shown below & later he just felt asleep. 



I thought it was just an ordinary Sunday, but me & my son just enjoy 
the single moment doing those stuff & hope rain stop for tomorrow.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Street Food @ Calaca

Street food is ready-to-eat food or drink sold in a street or other public place, such as a market or fair, by a hawker or vendor, often from a portable stall. While some street foods are regional, many are not, having spread beyond their region of origin. Most street food are both finger and fast food. Street food costs less than a restaurant meal. 
Street food is intimately connected with take-out, junk food, snacks, and fast food; it is distinguished by its local flavour and by being purchased on the street, without entering any building.Both take-out and fast food are often sold from counters inside buildings,  there are so many kind of street food here in the Philippine  some street food deals with grilled(barbecue) food.
-people waiting for their food to be cooked-
-here are some of the street food available at Calaca public market, 
vendor are busy inviting some customer to try their food -
-the sauce that they used was made up of vinegar, slice onion & chili,
while the other sauce was a mixture of corn starch, sugar & soy sauce then 
they cooked it-
-some street food are small & big intestine of pig(isaw), ear of pig(tenga),
meat of pig(barbecue), hotdog, head of chichen-
-feet of chicken(adidas), fat or skin of pig & liver of pig.
-actual grilling of the street food (hmmmnnn) excited to eat what I bought-
-chicken skin & chicken meat rolled with cornstarch-
-from above the orange one quail egg,  hotdog, french fries,
below are squid balls, kikiam & fishball the most famous street food-
-grilled banana (inihaw na saging) buttered with margarine & white sugar-
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