Been cooking for quiet sometime now. I think it is but the right time to post some of my creation. I read some cook book and introduce some twist when I recreate the menu.
The photo is my creation of fish sweet and sour with pineapple bits.
Hope you like it.
Malapascua Island is blessed with pristine waters and nice, fine , white sand shoreline. Though I’ve seen countless numbers of tourists visiting the magnificent island, yet I haven’t seen any security guards moving around to check and make sure that the place is risk-free. However, dogs are everywhere. Dogs seemed so friendly and accommodating. They will walk along with you. These dogs are so lovely to look at, though I am not a pet lover really.
Artifacts, history, memorabilias, earthenwares and preserved documents and letters are the main attraction of the newly opened Museo Sugbo. The museum is situated along MJ Cuenco Street. The building is used to be the Cebu provincial jail.
Historian and artistically inclined patrons will surely flock their way to Museo Sugbo. The place is right to be converted into a museum. One will never be astray since a huge tarpaulin is displayed on the right side of the main facade of the edifice.
Museo Sugbo as of the moment houses three segments – the provincial museo, which showcases the father of Sugbo and the Rama, who among the few true blooded Cebuanos who contributed much in what is Cebu at present. Second is the Philippine Political History Museum which displays the portraits of the Philippine Presidents. Lastly is the National Museum which flaunts the earthen wares which were excavated by archeologists. It also exhibits the gold necklace which was excavated by USC staff in one of the lots in Argao.
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People have their own basis in stereotyping other individuals. I am, more often than not, perceived as a snob, insensitive and unfriendly. But I don’t care. They just don’t know that I am a simple man who wants a simple things and enjoy the simplest things that this world can offer.
One of the things I enjoy most is taking photographs of nature, interesting places and of course capturing the human emotions in every shutter I released into thin air. I don’t know, I feel a deep attachment everytime I see a baby. Perhaps, I just wanted to have one (hehehe).
Honestly the photographs of a kiddo here is not mine, nor the girl carrying him. I was attending the wedding ceremony of Jomar and Sarah, my officemate, at Lutupan Chruch one Saturday morning when I was seated next to this kiddo. He seemed so cute and friendly as he responded to my tricks with agility. My adrenalin rushed and I found myself taking some photographs of this little kiddo. In fact, the number of photographs I’ve taken with this boy is tantamount to the shoots I’ve captured during the wedding (hehehe.. sorry Sarah!)
This little kiddo is so natural. A shutter addict! 😉 So here’s some of his best photos.
During my recently concluded trip down south of Cebu, I came across this marker situated within the town plaza. In fact, the marker is fronting the town hall of Argao. This marker is considered to be the oldest electrical post in Argao. The e-post was erected circa 1927. It’s a clear manifestation that the architectural structures long before were of good quality that can last up to several decades.