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... pictures of (avoid at all costs, I snapped a picture of a huge ass tree facing away from the Embassy, and they got mad at me by furiously blowing a whistle hahaha). We walked along Roxas and the pier towards the Katipunan Monument: an honourable society of children founded by hero Andres Bonifacio in 1892 to fight against Spain. It is one ...
The drive back to Plaridel took about two and a half hours as we had to go through Manila. There is no out ring road like the M25 so getting stuck in a jam is inevitable. Being stuck in a jam is not so bad for me though. I can see everything that is going on around. People wandering down the lanes of traffic selling sweets, pastries, cigs and cold drinks. Lorries parked up because they are not allowed on the streets from 1700. Construction sites and ...
... tasted like they were roasted but were just stocked for some time. I had a taste and surely, it tasted like roasted peanut.
We had our good lunch somewhere in the area. I forgot the restaurant but they served hand pulled noodles. It was just a small restaurant but the food was amazing. I had something like ramen with spicy beef. Yum!
After lunch, we walked going to the nearby ...
... a setting and the question that needed to be answered was the only thing on my mind. She said "yes!". Time seemed to have stopped for a few moments. We are now engaged! A celebratory dinner was had at a popular Italian restaurant that evening with brick oven made pizza and pasta. A day to never forget; April 26, 2014. The next day seemed like a celebratory engagement trip ( I didn't plan it this way, but it worked out). We had an entire banka (Filipino boat) that was about 40'-50' ...
... map to serve as your guide inside
the museum. Despite its small entrance, the museum is a hectare-wide property, which houses over 300 collections of different Filipino artworks. The museum is also divided into three galleries which artists can rent to showcase their works. Exhibit schedules are constantly updated through their website, so make sure to browse it for upcoming events. One of the popular galleries is the Gallery Shoppe. As the name implies, it ...