November 20th, 2010 by Kayce
Here’s a nice side view shot of the newly built seafood restaurant overlooking the beach.
Were gonna be there next time… Can’t wait for their house specialty!
November 14th, 2010 by Kayce
Here’s a Macapuno Fruit Tree that grew from my in law’s back yard. The macapuno is a mutant of the coconut and some people calls it the dwarf coconut. The macapuno’s meat is as thick as the coconut but its softer, making it easy to grate. Macapuno is cooked with sugar, sometimes with dayap for flavor, and served as a dessert. Local ice cream makers also have some macapuno flavors.
November 7th, 2010 by Kayce
We visited a family friend living in a Barangay from a small town quite far from our place a few months ago when I saw their neighbor’s typical Filipino House. I really missed seeing this kind of house since I barely see it nowadays, I only see this kind when I visit my hometown.
A typical Filipino House is consists of a roof that is made of nipa hut, the wall made of amacan and the floor which is made of bamboo. Plus a greenery surroundings with lots of fruit trees like banana and mango. The children also loves to play patintero on a pure soil ground. Oh! I miss this simple life before when I was child.
October 31st, 2010 by Kayce
I recently captured this hilltop shot from our place here in our little Barangay. It’s naturally beautiful, isn’t it?
Have a Blessed Week everyone!
October 24th, 2010 by Kayce
Last 21st of October was the First Death Anniversary of my Mother-in-Law .so we visited her at the cemetery. How time flies…it seems like it was only yesterday. I remembered her because she was the one who taught me about salvation and about how to be contented in life even if I don’t have a lot. The legacy that she left for us including me as her daughter-in-law is to remain to be a mighty warrior for God and I thanked her for that and for all the good things she has done and we will cherish and treasure it in our hearts… forever.