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carcar’s lechon and sandals/sapatos

carcar

26march17

i made a promise to “buy” lechon for my friend’s adine daughter’s dedication and even though i don’t eat lechon, people have always raved about carcar’s lechon and i think mao ni one of the tastiest as per people’s opinion, so off to carcar i went πŸ˜€ 

i arrived in time for lunch and went straight to the merkado and saw a lot people lining up for this: 

i don’t really eat lechon but did so for the 4th time. i bought 1/4 kilo na lechon and bought rice and mountain dew at a nearby carenderia πŸ™‚ 

carcar is also known for the chicharon and other delicacies such as ampao and banana chips πŸ™‚ 

i’ve always wanted a picture in carcar’s rotonda and finally took a chance yesterday πŸ™‚  

i had to ask a hb2x driver to take my picture though. a definite downside to traveling alone is you have to ask or even beg strangers to take your picture and pray your hardest that they know how to take really good pictures πŸ˜€ guides know though, which are the good places to pose and will even tell you to smile for the camera πŸ˜‰ (cue ate celda and her panoramic shot :D) 

after a few poses, i forgot that i still haven’t heard mass but went to ride a multicab going to acacia grill to look for shoes and sandals that i volunteered to buy for my friends. ang ending? the driver forgot to drop me off in acacia grill but instead sa middle sa perelos bridge and gave me back my 7.00. 

the pretty shoes and sandals in acacia grill, which were surprisingly more expensive than the ones displayed in colon: 

after admiring all the beautifully-handcrafted shoes and sandals, i went to church na jud πŸ™‚ 

and after that, off i went to my next adventure! πŸ™‚ 

expenses: 

40.00 – mini-bus fare from cebu to carcar 

80.00 – 1/4 kilo lechon (lechon was sold at 320.00/kilo yesterday) 

depending on the distance, choppy fare is 7.00 or 8.00 πŸ™‚ 

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