In the viaje del sol map , we saw this Carlitos Workshop area which is very intriguing just along the maharlika hi-way in between Villa Escudero and Kusina Salud.
… ” Carlito Ortega is a sculptor who works in welded steel and brass, as well as with old hard wood.
…His place is intimidating at first because of the big steel gates and grand driveway to his house.
Interesting proof-of-concept on “zero clicks” user interface. I thought this cannot be done, but this website have been able to achieve the dream of most users to have a simplified web application interface. Although, after some time, I can’t resist clicking 🙂 can you?
Also, the House of Care design for the household section is implemented where the products are arranged based on how you use it at home ( laundry, bathing, cooking, and general cleaning).
…The store was launched last friday in a 70’s fashion and it was one of the fun supermarket launch that I attended. See shots of the owner of Shopwise, Cricket Tantoco (in green), Ralph (owner of Ralph’s wines) and Tanya Lim (orange) from our company as well (see center Photo).
I’ve been reading alot of blog feeds lately (190+) and here are some of the awesome stuff in the web that interests me over the last few days:
…Simply awesome 🙂 Paparazzi photos of Jessica Alba in bikinis in these posts Jessica Alba White Bi k ini and Jessica Alba wears bikinis to beaches via theSuperficial.com
…I created one here –> aidan.slide.com and you can download a slide desktop client and I use it to get feeds from engadget and gizmodo.
I love the play of the day when Arana started dancing to the tune of Go Lasalle Go Go Lasalle.
… Congratulations to the Lasalle Basketball team for beating Ateneo (again) 72-55 in yesterday’s Ateneo – Lasalle 2nd round game and winning all the Ateneo-Lasalle games this year! Whether it is the Legends game, All-Star game, or the double round robin games, you guys make us so proud 🙂 ANIMO LASALLE!!
Also, one thing I hate about rambutan is that the coat of the seed which is hard part sometimes stick to the soft part of the fruit when you eat it. ( now I had a hard time explaining this ) But, lo and behold, their rambutan variety is extremely good that totally changed the way I looked at rambutan.
…So we commissioned a guy to get the rambutans for us while we snap these shots and enjoyed eating rambutan while we wait.
…Unfortunately, we decided that this might not be a place for Aidan to go to so he was left with his mom in the main house.
This is simply a leap of faith hoping that the entire experience would be great and not a waste of our time. … Although, Di, Maong and I are already entertaining the idea of buying a farm lot and starting our own farm in San Pablo.
…Although, one of the difficult part was finding a table because there are only a few like 4-5 so people just look for a spot, sit, and eat lunch.
After our Tina Decal’s Quezon tour , we went back to Tiaong last Saturday because we learned from my friend Diwat got raving reviews from her officemate about the Rambutan Festival in Tiaong, Quezon.
…It costs P150/head which already includes the entrance to the farm, a packed adobo lunch, free eating of rambutan within the farm, and 1kg of rambutan as take home. … The signs are small and we actually missed it, so I posted a picture here so that you know the facade of the farm that you are looking for.
This is a link summary of Tina Decal’s Awesome Culinary Tour of Quezon.
… Quezon Culinary Series 4: The secrets of Kiping & Longganisa Luban
… This is for those who missed my Quezon Culinary Series and for those who are interested to venture into the same culinary experience with Tina Decal.
Ugu and the daughter of Patis Tesoro along with others started to create a brochure and marketing for these destinations called Viaje del Sol. There is a trend now where artist are starting to venture in secret dining places which was started by Sonya’s secret garden. I realized that the culinary tour is just a start for me to explore the wonderful places in Laguna/Quezon area.