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... healthcare and hospitals on the other side!
I've started this blog to keep track of what I'll be doing during my time in Iloilo and to use for my portfolio when I get back to uni. Although i have no idea how to use it properly, I'll try and keep it updated so you can read about and follow what I've been doing, hopefully it works!
Malakat na ako!
... for lunch for one of the dishes that Bacolod is famous for - inasal chicken. Inasal chicken is one quarter of a chicken (either leg and thigh or breast and wing) roasted with special spices on a wooden skewer and served with rice. Traditionally this food is eaten with your fingers, not with utensils. Each person is given a small saucer on which to pour coconut vinegar and soy sauce. Then a miniature citrus called a calimente is squeezed over the vinegar and ...
... Quite the experience.
During one of our adventures in manila, we went to a walled part of the city called Intramuros. It was very nice in this area - kind of away from the hustle and bustle of the city traffic. It had an old fort in it and a lot of old spanish-type buildings. The security guards in Intramuros were dressed like Spanish Conquistadors!! We went to check out a hotel that we had been thinking of staying in for our return trip tp ...
... headed back down and sat by the lake to eat a spot of lunch and rest our weary western feet.
This was pretty much the whole park done in a few hours and having seen all the wonderful animals that called the trees their home, we decided to head back to the city and crash back at the hotel...it was a long and tiring day but really worth it! We couldn't resist after the porter let us know that we could get some take-away pizza and after a brief wait our delightful cheesy ...
... br> Competing groups danced to the tune of the official Masskara tune, which reminded me of the theme from “The Phantom of the Opera.” Dancers swayed to this upbeat tune all the way to the town plaza where the final showdown took place. Too bad, we didn’t get to see the announcement of winners.
Like any festivity, the fuss, fanfare and fun of Masskara Festival’s weeklong celebration had to ...