SLAMMERS

I was just walking around SM North -The Block and I saw Slammers .. its their design and color that attracts my eyes .. and the word "buffalo wings" .. lol

Of course i ordered for their buffalo wings .. 4 pcs with fries as the sidings for P80.00
And for the slammer burger I had the 2 pcs. Bacon Mushroom Melt for P70.00
the patty taste good juicy and tasty and cheesyyyyyy ...
for a dip they've got a lot of choices :
roasted garlic, cheesy dip, sour cream & chives, nacho cheese, mixed herb mayo, honey mustard, balsamic basil, hot bell pepper, klassik frit sauce, garlic basil, & barbeque

their facebook account:

for their menu:

TSOK.NUT BATIROL

I haven't been in Makati for some time particularly SM-Glorietta-Landmark-Greenbelt .. I have to be there for a meeting .. I still got some time before the call time so I went around and getting a little lost along the way .. to learn that no more connecting way from SM to Glorietta .. And after the meeting it was raining so hard yet i need to go home or i might have a hard time getting home .. Getting lost again looking for my way SM - Mrt station .. lol i end up at Tsoko Nut Batirol .. just in time and perfect for the weather ..
It was my first time :) .. though ive seen it before (other branches) .. 
I don't have any idea what to have .. as checked with the menu they've got a lot of interesting foods that i want to try .. which is which .. lol
I finally decided to have Spaghetti Aligue for P107.00 .. I love pasta and seafoods .. (aligue is the crab fat -- sinful .. goodness!)
As much as i wanted to have the Tsokolate Ah Batirol I can't have it since it won't match with the Spaghetti so instead I had the Houseblend Iced Tea which cost P55.00 
They also sell some Cakes & Pastries using tablea :) .. 
they also have bonbons for P9.00 each .. yummy!
well .. i really wont be satisfied without having the Tsokolate Ah Batirol so i have it for take out the bigger size for P85.00
and i love it! ♥
to contact them:
email : tsoko.nut.batirol@gmail.com
for menu:
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UNDERGROUND CEMETERY, NAGCARLAN, LAGUNA


After the visit at Nagcarlan Church .. its time for The Underground Cemetery .. The construction was headed by a franciscan missionary named Father Vicente Velloc in 1845 who also helped in the reconstruction of the San Bartholomew Church.
 This is the only cemetery in the Philippines where in 15 feet below you can find the crypt which contains 36 niches being buried .. The first was buried in 1886 .. and buried there are the franciscan priest and the high officials .. 
 Upon entering the gate you will be welcomed by the Chapel wherein it is the last station of the funeral rites is being held. It is in the chapel where the priest gave his last blessings before the entombment.
 There are 240 niches beside the chapel wall wherein the privileged elite catholic families residing in Nagcarlan are buried since the Spanish era up to 1980's.
 During the Spanish era around 1896 the underground cemetery was used by the Filipino revolutionaries or the Katipuneros as there meeting place. 
 During the Filipino - American War it was used by the Filipino patriots as a shelter and a place where they can formulate their battle plans. And during the World War II it was used as a safehouse for the Filipino guerillas.
In 1978, The Underground Cemetery was declared as a National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Institute. And at present it is not operational anymore but some cultural, historical and religious presentation are being held there.

the whole scenery facing the gate turns right to the Chapel

the scenery starts from the Chapel turns to the right to the gate
 The cemetery has an entrance that is about 18 feet with two iron-grill gates.
schedule:
TUESDAY - SUNDAY -- 8:00 A.M  - 4:00 P.M.
No Entrance Fee

NAGCARLAN CHURCH, LAGUNA

Our second stopped over after the Pahiyas Festival in Lucban Quezon is in Nagcarlan, Laguna. It is where The Church of San Bartholomew or Nagcarlang Church, one of the oldest church in the country.
Church facade and aisle
It was first built in 1583 of light materials by the priest Rev. Tomas de Miranda. Then in 1752 the second church was built using bricks and stones but was partly destroyed by a fire in 1781. And in 1845, Rev. Vicente Velloc added a loft for the choir in the reconstructed church.
at the second floor and the 3 saints plus a great view :)

LILIW, LAGUNA: St. John the Baptist Parish Church

Liliw is the 4th class municipality of Laguna, Philippines. Founded in 1571 by Gat Tayaw, nestled at the foot of Mt. Banahaw.

St. John the Baptist Parish Church or also known as the Church of Liliw was founded in 1605
church gate, facade of the church, walls that surrounds the church
 In 1880 a strong earthquake badly damaged the church yet it was reconstructed.


LUCBAN QUEZON: Pahiyas Festival 2011

Pahiyas Festival is the colorful festival in Quezon Province is being celebrated every May 15th of the year .. it is for the Patron of Farmers San Isidro Labrador



inside the church of lucban




cooked kiping
chanting and dancing for peace

CONGO GRILLE!!!

At work everytime we decide to lunch out .. CONGO GRILLE is the destination .. and our favorite is the Pork Sisig!!! We never missed of having it everytime we order either dine in or take out .. 
pork sisig 
chicken sisig
and my favorite!!!! the sizzling stuffed squid .. :P
sizzling stuffed squid
and for dessert
congo mango
frozen maki!!!
for their website:

menu:


BIZU : Macaron de Paris

I was craving and loving the looks of french macaroons .. especially those from laduree .. *drooling* .. but Paris was way way way too far .. so i start searching online if there are any patisseries that sells french macaroons .. and i found BIZU!

Bizu was from the French word "Bisous" that means kiss in english and "beso-beso" as one of Filipino term in kissing .. the most endearing and enduring qualities of Filipinoes
Macaron de Paris ..a very popular pastry in many famouse Patisseries in France. 
flavors: Blueberry, Butterscotch, Chocolate Mint, Coffee, Raspberry, Rose, Chocolate, Lemon, Mango, Pistachio, and Vanilla
since they dont have a branch near where i live and where i work .. i asked one staff to go to glorietta to buy me some  .. lol

PRICES:
Per Piece   ---  P45.00
Box of 8    ---  P355.00
Box of 14  ---  P615.00
Box of 28  ---  P1,175.00

BRANCHES:
  • Greenbelt 2, Ayala Center, Makati City
  • Glorietta 4, Ayala Center, Makati City
  • The Promenade, Greenhills, San Juan
  • St. Luke's Medical Center, Taguig City
  • Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa City
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