Minsan nataong ako lang ang natira dito sa bahay, wala si hubby at si Yeye, si kuya naman at ang kanyang family ay luluwas ng araw na iyon at dito magdi-dinner, ako naman ay bantay sa shop, pero ayun hundi ako namroblema dahil inihaw na lang ang naisip kong ihanda para sa hapunan. Basta dinala ko kay Ate Annie ang mga ito at siya na ang nag-ihaw (pero timplado na kapag dinala ko sa kanya ha!) Kaya talagang pabor na pabor sa akin ang pagkakaroon ng kapit-bahay na nag-BBQ, hehehe....
Friday, February 26, 2010
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Sunday, February 21, 2010
According to a legend, the lake derived its name from a giant tamarind (sampalok) tree in the garden of a selfish couple who drove away a fairy disguised as a beggar asking for some fruit. Hardly an hour after the old man left, there was a thundering noise followed by the cracking of the earth. It become a colossal pit which was eventually filled with water. Henceforth, the villagers called it Lake Sampaloc
I will always remember this trip...
Thursday, February 18, 2010
We leave the house at 5:30 AM and reached Casa San Pablo at around 8:30 AM, we didn't expect that there will be a heavy traffic from Batangas Exit (SLEX) to Batangas Junction.
Upon reaching the gate of Casa San Pablo, we learned that it is located within Kay Inay Resort. We're very excited upon entering the place. At the parking lot, the guard will guide you to the area where you will be greeted by the staff. We met Jaina, one of the innkeepers who make sure that guests will have a very enjoyable stay at Casa San Pablo.I will share with you the photo essay of our memorable experience...
The pool... we're not able to use this, I'm not in the mood to swim...hehehe
I am really impress with the Baguio like ambience of Casa San Pablo
(parang wala kami sa Laguna)
The inn with rooms at the second floor and dining hall at the first floor.
The other side of the inn.
Located on the second floor in the southeast wing of the building, this room is of an intimate size, ideal for solo occupant or for couples.
Owner's Description: We’ve named this room after San Pablo-born poet Rofel Brion, our teacher, friend, and matchmaker. In the 1980s, he opened up his dorm room at the Ateneo de Manila to host writing workshops, poetry readings, evenings of singing and of meaningful conversations. Through these gatherings, he inspired many of his students to be writers. Meaningful friendships also blossomed with him and around him. We hope you too will find the inspiration to write as you stay in this room. It has its own private balcony with a view of the garden below. Room is airconditioned and has a private toilet and bath.