Align yourself with people that you can learn from, people who want more out of life, people who are stretching and searching and seeking some higher ground in life. – Les Brown💪
An intimate dinner was held for our family to celebrate Inigo’s birthday.
Pastry Chef seemed to be the most requested resto, so we held the celebration here. This resto offers an eat-all-you-can buffet dining, with international dishes, and of course, Pinoy cuisine.
Happiest birthday, Inigo!
Didith’s relatives reside in a nearby town, Bocaue, and it is always a must to stop by to give our respect, and bond with them at the same time.
Lola turns 85 this year. We pray for her good health and safety moving around.
Hinulugang Taktak Protected Landscape, also known as Hinulugan Taktak, is a procted area located in Rizal. Initially assigned as a recreation area, the waterfall area has been designated as a national park by virtue of Republic Act No. 6964 in 1990. Ten years later, it became a protected landscape in accordance to Proclamation No. 412. It is being managed by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and the Rizal Provincial Government. As of 2003 and 2004, Hinulugang Taktak is the second most popular national park in the Philippines in terms of number of visitors. (wikipedia)
The Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Shrine, also known as the Antipolo church is an iconic place of worship down south of Manila. Many worshipers come here, especially those who plan to travel or work abroad, to pray for safety while away from their families.
This church is even more dear to our family, as we come here for our Sunday Masses many years back, when we still own a house in a nearby subdivision – Woodrow Hills. That property has long been sold, after Didith and I moved to the UAE to work.
The visit here brings back lots of memories. They have made lots of improvements around the area.
Every vacation, the Pantanilla family makes sure that they get a lunch date from us. It is usually their treat, and they try to bring us to really nice restos around.
This time, we went to Jeca’s, which is a very Pinoy resto located just in front of the new Malolos Municipal Building. The food was in modest servings and the taste was perfect, especially if you long for Pinoy cuisines.
After this, we were also treated to some Starbucks frap, for I guess, dessert 😀
Thank you, Pantanillas!
The Pantanilla family are our relatives from my father’s side.
We had a quick haircut at Robinsons Malolos today.
Grabbed our favorite Pinoy Pizza – Greenwich Pizza!
Visited our high school teacher and wedding ninang Mam Estrellita Dayao. Got her some presents from UAE. Didith and I share the same high school teachers because we went to the same high school. Wifey, by the way, is our Class Valedictorian.