- Day 2 Lunch -
Libingan ng mga Bayani (Resting Place for Heroes)
Hotdog sandwich - An ordinary hotdog on a bun with ketchup and mayo, with red iced tea. But, hey! It's not the sandwich that counts this time- it's the view!!! And what a view it was - serene park, with well maintained lawns, well interiored trees and foliage, well aligned white marble crosses in rolling hills, the charming chapel of everlarting flowers in mosaic, the sound of the chime music every half hour, the chirping of the birds, the kiss of the gentle wind, the marble wall memorial with etched names of soldiers, the battle mosaic maps, the feel of the dewed grass underneath my feet, the view of mountains, houses, structures from yonder -
The lone hotdog becomes special with memories of heroes permeating around
- Day 2 Dinner -
Bowling at Megamall
Adobo chicken and pork with garlic rice and fried egg
I loveee how they serve fried eggs with almost anything! Hehe
and oh, the crunchy Chicharon Bulaklak
Pig intestines, boiled in spices, then deep fried til very crunchy- the boiled intestines coil in the shape of flower petals while being fried, thus the name bulaklak (filipino word for flower)
I also called these bad boys "the mother of all sore throats" :p
Its not the food again this time - but the joy, (and shame) of playing a game called bowling
Jessie and Alex feigning romance...the sweet hand holding and gazing into each other's eyes...I was jealous!
We were a bunch of proud beginners.
So what if we broke a nail or two? So what if our right thumb and arm were sore? So what if we were scoring with much help from the bouncing of the ball from the gutter protectors? We still had fun. We had a few strikes and spares now and then, we had the chance to show a few dance steps, we totally reversed the definition of a perfect throw, we totally let our imagination ran wild with the bowling balls and we totally learned that bowling is not for us. (LOL)
But hey, I think we should play again :)