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Yes, I'm dedicating this entire post to seafood. Up high on the list of things we wanted to do over here was buy fresh seafood and get a restaurant to cook it for us on the spot. Saturday Night we were introduced to a fresh seafood market in Pasay city; we found a live lobster caught that morning, a fresh crab and half a kilo of prawns ...
... and gestures that we could not see with our eyes. At the end of the day, we would sit with our drinks and compare video/pics- it was an absolute blast! We began our day with 7am breakfast, and returned from our dives around 10pm. We ran to shower, ate dinner, reviewed our best shots and slept. It was an exhausting and cold 7 days but I couldn't have asked for better diving and company :) And I am happy to share some of my proud underwater photos from ...
... birthday as a start of my life story here. I have been very busy since yesterday to prepare his birthday celebration to treat all the staff for lunch on the next day which is today. I and ate Leda were the chef cook for today's lunch.We prepared a balance meal which is unusual if one of our staff had a a birthday. They like spaghetti,pansit,cakes and cola. But for our ...
Quite frankly, it's not a question I'm asking but rather a statement... Well, I guess it's time to introduce myself before things get boring. Now this is boring, seriously. I don't even know where to start! Oh fine, I live in a world that requires standards. Sometimes no matter how hard you squeeze yourself to fit in, you just kept bouncing back. But hey! I guess I'm ...
A hot Saturday afternoon turned adventure culminated our Introduction to Archaeology class with Sir Angel Bautista as he toured us to the archaeological sites in Intramuros, Manila.
The class composed of Ma’am Jane, Miss Min, Bryan, Sandra, Wilson, and I met in front of the historic Manila Cathedral with the recently-restored Ayuntamiento building standing proud nearby. A quick walk led us to the San Ignacio Church ...