cebu province · larissetravels · visayas

temple of leah

we went to the temple of leah right after sirao flower farm. 

i didn’t know which part of the temple i will take photos of first, the place was so big πŸ™‚ 

the temple had a great view of cebu city: 

i get really conscious when i am the one being photographed – awkweird kaayo ang feeling. but i have to be in a photo or else, it didn’t happen πŸ˜€ 

the temple’s architecture and massive statues made the place interesting πŸ™‚  

it’s been a year since i visited the temple. i reckon there are additional statues na tingali πŸ™‚ maybe it’s high time to visit again πŸ˜€ 

i just wonder how it would feel to have a temple made just for you; a temple that’s a testament of one’s great love πŸ™‚ 

cebu province · larissetravels · visayas

sirao flower farm

t’was one hot, humid sunday afternoon last year, that bernadette asked me to go on a joyride – the destination that day was to the bukid. 

the flowers weren’t in full bloom when we visited so dili ra kaayo siya nindot tan.awn and i haven’t been back since. 

i think i will revisit soon. hopefully, kanang in full bloom na ang mga buwak πŸ™‚ 

but you know what’s more appealing to me now? 

the mountains in the background πŸ˜€ 

cebu province · larissetravels · mountains · philippines · visayas

mount mauyog

mount mauyog

brgy. sunog, balamban

02april17

it was my first time to climb a mountain with my friends, grace and madam kyra πŸ™‚ we were still unsure if we’d push through with the plan because it rained for 2days straight last week and we thought it might be dangerous for us to climb. but papa God cleared the skies and made sure it didn’t rain last Saturday. the good weather finally made us decide to go through with the plan of climbing mount mauyog last sunday.

grace set the meet-up time at 5am but i woke up at 530 😀😀😀 i had to rush taking a bath and changing clothes. thank goodness they waited for me. 

after filling our tummies with a jollibee meal, we went to ayala terminal to catch a vhire bound for balamban. we made sure to tell kuya driver to drop us off in brgy. cantipla.

it was a foggy-fog-fog-foggy morning πŸ˜€

we were dropped where we needed to be, salamat kuya driver! πŸ™‚

thank you, papa God for a perfectly-fine weather πŸ™‚ 

us three while waiting for a motorcycle taxi: 

after more than 30minutes of travel time, we arrived at our next stop: 

we paid our dues and registered:

the view at the back of the building: the river that we had to pass through and the mountain but it’s still not mount mauyog πŸ™‚ 

my feet-fie and yes, here we go! πŸ™‚ 

with kuya guide, jessy! πŸ™‚ 

the 3 of us (and kuya jessy too ;)) 

and every time i want to give up, i always see a baka πŸ˜€ 

the beautiful flowers that we passed πŸ™‚ 

grace took these pictures of me, klaro kaayo nga na.uwahi ko πŸ˜€ 

and it was in the gym (halfway to the foot of mount mauyog), that we met our new friends πŸ™‚ 

after a few hurried introductions, we decided to pretend to be together to be able to save on the guide fee going to mount mauyog πŸ™‚ 

it’s not pangilad per se, i call that strategy πŸ™‚ our picture together and our kuya guides πŸ˜€ 

because i missed madam kyra so much, we just had to take a picture together πŸ˜€ 

our kuya guides and another guide from another group who we also asked to play pretend with us πŸ™‚ salamat, kuya guides πŸ˜€ yep, kuya jerry also carried my bag for me too πŸ˜€ 

we were all hungry by this time so we had to eat our lunch πŸ™‚ 

and another group picture with our new friends because close na baya mi πŸ˜€ 

and then, it was time for us to finally climb mount mauyog πŸ™‚ this was it, no turning back πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

remember i mentioned that we had to play pretend with another group? they arrived at the top first so they got first dibs πŸ™‚ we all patiently waited for our turn and i just took everything in πŸ™‚ 

grabe, kanindot na man lang jud sa talan.awon πŸ˜€ thank you, papa God! πŸ™‚ 

and then finally, it was our turn πŸ™‚ 

madam kyra’s pictures: 

grace’s pictures: 

and of course, i savored my time at that spot too πŸ™‚ 

as i’ve mentioned in my insta post, with these 2, 3 is never a crowd πŸ™‚ 

si madam noren na lang kulang πŸ˜€ 

i’m so happy i climbed mount mauyog with you 2! πŸ™‚ 

i also just had to take a picture of our new trekking buddies πŸ˜€ 

it was at this time that i experienced cramps on my left knees. my kuya guide was already worried i might not be able to make it back down.but no way, josΓ¨, hinay signal wifi didto no, i just had to go back home πŸ˜€ 

after a few minutes, kuya decided to show us the other side of the mountain, nindot pud daw ang view. 

unsay nindot? nindot is an understatement. nindot jud kaayo πŸ˜€ 

the other girls still got first dibs πŸ™‚ we didn’t need to wait for our turn though, because there were a lot of rock formations that you could claim as your own.

i stayed somewhere in the middle so i had a vantage point of everybody’s spot and i was able to take pictures of them too πŸ™‚ 

thank you again papa God for making all things beautiful! πŸ™‚ 

i also had my pictures taken in my spot too πŸ™‚ thank you, (instagram id) jons know πŸ˜€ 

and i can never thank my kuya guide enough for what he did for me for that climb πŸ˜€ he carried my heavy bag, helped me manuever through the rocks, held my hand and helped me stand up everytime i fell πŸ™‚ 

the rock formations or spots as i call them, are incredibly beautiful πŸ™‚ 

we just had to take a group picture with our new-found friends πŸ˜€ 

that was ultimately the most fun climb i’ve had yet; and the climb that i had friends for company πŸ™‚ 

it was also the most difficult climb yet. i experienced cramps and i fell four times. but i just got back up everytime i did because dili nya ko ka.uli πŸ˜€ 

i  felt that it was level1000000 na difficulty in going down and i finally took out my phone to take a picture of us when i saw that we were just a few meters away from the starting point πŸ™‚ 

and i did mention that i fell four times right? i wore this like a badge of honor. i survived mount mauyog, yay! πŸ™‚ 

my flower finds! πŸ™‚ 

it was also my first time nga maki.hitch ug ride and i was the one nga nipara, hahahahahaha! πŸ™‚ free ride for me and my friends, until sa transcentral highway πŸ˜€ salamat sa nagpa.hitch namo! πŸ™‚ 

and what do you do in transcentral highway? πŸ™‚ take pictures right in the middle of the road of course, while waiting for your next ride πŸ˜€ 

khevin asked if we were ok with going to island in the sky since we were just in the area. guess what our answer was? 

a blogpost will be written about what we did next πŸ˜€ 

mount mauyog, you tested my strength and my will and although i barely passed, i am sure glad i gave climbing you a try πŸ™‚ 

Expenses:

> mandaue to brgy. cantipla

10.00 jeepney fare from mandaue to ayala terminal

120.00 vhire fare from ayala terminal to eskina cantipla

70.00 hb2x fare person from eskina cantipla to tabunan multi-purpose building

> brgy. tabunan to brgy. sunog:

30.00 denr fee 

400.00 guide fee from brgy.tabunan to brgy.sunog (regular fee is 500.00 for a group of less than 10people)

> mount mauyog:

30.00 disturbance fee 

300.00 guide fee for a group of minimum of 10people

if you want to do away with paying the fees in brgy.tabunan (and less trekking too if i may say :D), you can go directly to the foot of mount mauyog. just ask the vhire driver that you’ll climb mount mauyog or to get you off in brgy.sunog – whichever is familiar sa driver. maybe mount manunggal would be a better landmark though. while you are in the area, you might want to climb mount manunggal too (we didn’t ;)) πŸ˜€ 

cebu province · larisseeats · larissetravels · visayas

biking in olango island

olango island 

12march17

tl sky invited me to tag along when she planned to go biking around olango island. of course i said yaaaaaaassssss! πŸ™‚ tl sky, besh jinner (she is from olango and our host/guide) and i left mandaue at 5am; took a multicab bound for tamiya, got off in menzi then rode another multicab bound for eskina angasil. we then took a tricycle to the pier πŸ™‚ 

we saw this amazing sunrise when we were about to board the pumpboat going to olango island πŸ™‚ 

the sky was literally on fire πŸ™‚

the second picture was when we were about to disembark from the boat. another beautiful sunrise shot πŸ˜€ 

tl sky and i were both first-timers on the island and we were so happy to finally be there πŸ™‚ 

low tide! πŸ™‚ 

besh jinner’s mama prepared these: saging nilung.ag and pan bisaya: 

we rented bicycles right after breakfast. we went to sitio candagsao – the owner’s house that rents the bikes is at the back of candagsao elementary school. 

the rent is 10.00/hour. yes, it’s legit πŸ™‚ 

and then it was time to go biking! πŸ™‚ 

we went to one end of the island and took a lot of pictures: 

then we biked going to our destination, which is at the opposite end of olango: 

the boardwalk: 

our food: 

fresh sea urchin, sold at 10.00 each. i ate 1 – my friend joyjoy said this was locally called tihi-tihi πŸ˜€ 

the view from the cottage of the marine sanctuary:

swimming with the fishes πŸ™‚ 

and the ultimate summer splash πŸ˜‰

my kind of jump shot! πŸ˜€ 

took a break from swimming to pose and take everything in πŸ™‚ 

then it was time to go home πŸ˜€

although we were already very tired, we had no choice but to still use the bikes in going to the other side of the island to return our rented bicycles πŸ™‚ 

we had to stop by this spot because the scenery was just too beautiful πŸ™‚ 

ah, the island life πŸ™‚ 

we had freshly-picked buko when we arrived in besh jinner’s house – thank you, kuya! πŸ™‚ 

high tide! πŸ™‚ 

then, it was time to go back to the big island and the city πŸ™‚ last boat trip from olango is at 6pm πŸ™‚ 

until next time, olango – i will surely be back πŸ˜€ 

Expenses for this trip: 

8.00 mandaue to menzi

10.00 menzi to eskina angasil

8.00 eskina angasil to baybayon para sa pumpboat

12.00 pumpboat going to olango

60.00 bicycle rental (10.00/hour and we had the bike for a total of 6hours ;))

15.00 hilton to highway mandaue

optional expenses: 

10.00 pantalan sa olango to bunga (vice-versa) – but we opted to walk from the pantalan, passed by the church and said a little prayer for us to be safe πŸ˜€ and going to pantalan from bunga, gihatod mi sa kuya ni besh jinner πŸ™‚ 

2 options and (fare) in going to and from olango island: 

12.00 angasil port to olango

13.00 (including terminal fee) pantalan sa olango to angasil port

16.00 (including terminal fee) pantalan sa olango to movenpick 

thank you besh jinner for being the perfect host and guide, for answering   my questions and for taking the perfect shot of the beautiful spot in olango, island πŸ™‚ 

thank you, tl sky for thinking of me and gipa-uban ko nimo πŸ˜€ 

hanggang sa muli, olango πŸ˜‰ 

cebu province · larissetravels · philippines · visayas · waterfalls

bugho waterfalls

bugho waterfalls
san fernando, cebu

26march17

i saw the picture of bugho waterfalls last week and was intrigued at how short the drop was. thank you, (instagram id) @blissfulsnapshots for patiently answering my questions πŸ˜€ 

as per the info i found in the net, i should ride a hb2x in eskina balud. from eskina sa st.catherine church in carcar, i hailed a multicab and told him where i needed nga manaog. however, the multicab driver forgot about me and dropped me off layo na daw to sa brgy.balud and i had no choice but manaog. i asked the locals where i could find a hb2x but i was told instead that i should go to san fernando proper to ask asa dapit ang bugho falls and that walay bugho falls sa balud. that was certainly an omg moment 😧πŸ˜₯😀

i hailed a choppy – that’s what they call their tricycles and nagpahatod sa san jose bakeshop sa san fernando proper. san jose bakeshop is just near the church πŸ˜€ 

i took my chance on a hb2x driver who agreed to bring me to bugho falls πŸ™‚ hb2x fare is 40.00 per person 1 way. 

kuya seseng (he said he is also called saseng) said that bugho falls was still layo kaayo. the way going to bugho falls is the eskina near taheiyo cement. the road was very abog and the ride was a long and bumpy one – i think it was an hour nga byahe. thank goodness for kuya seseng nga tabian sad jud kaayo, dili boring ang byahe πŸ™‚ 

kuya asked if he would accompany me panaog sa falls and of course i said yes. he said that when they were kids they would frequent the falls so he was familiar with the place. 

i finally saw the bridge which meant we have arrived at our destination: 

thank you papa God for a perfect weather πŸ™‚ 

my mandatory feet-fie πŸ˜‰ naputi intawn sa abog πŸ˜€ 

my hb2x driver/guide/photographer, kuya seseng: 

it was very mingaw except for the barking of the dogs from a distance πŸ™‚ the trail was relatively easy but hangak gyapon ko gamay πŸ˜€ 

i got so excited when i finally heard the lagaslas of the falls and caught a glimpse of this: 

and finally saw this beauty πŸ™‚ 

a closer look: 

and i just had to take a picture with me in the frame too πŸ™‚ 

ah, the beauty of nature πŸ™‚ i could stare at this for hours πŸ˜€ 

enjoy the video! πŸ™‚ 

on the way home, kuya seseng passed by the road sa hidden paradise because the road was less abog and less bumpy πŸ˜€ 

i took a lot of pictures of the mountains that we passed and even asked kuya seseng to stop for me to be able to pose too πŸ˜€ 

expenses for this trip: 

8.00 from brgy.balud to san fernando proper, san jose bakeshop

40.00 hb2x fare per person to and from bugho falls

30.00 mini-bus fare from san fernando to cebu city 

cebu province · church · larisseeats · larissetravels · visayas

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™‚ 

cebu province · larissetravels · resort

pangea beach resort

i was invited to my friend maybelle’s post birthday celebration in pangea beach resort in liloan in october last year. i was not familiar with the resort but i went anyway πŸ™‚ 

we contracted a multi-cab driver to take us to and from the resort.

after paying the 100.00 entrance fee, this was what greeted us: 

hi, grace! πŸ™‚ 

i was also able to meet issaplease: 

the birthday girl, maybelle πŸ™‚ 

we stayed there past 6pm as we waited for manong driver to come back for us πŸ™‚ i’m glad we did because i was able to see a wonderful sunset πŸ™‚ 

as per maybelle, the cottages cost 500.00 and up but as of this year, the entrance fee is 150.00 per head. there are now available rooms for overnight stays too. 

cebu province · larissetravels · mountains · visayas

mount naupa

climbing the peak of mount naupa wasn’t easy. i didn’t expect it to be an easy climb but i didn’t know it was going to be that difficult. take note though that i have only climbed 2 mountains in my life so maybe you’ll consider that factor too.

i have been blog-hopping about which mountains to climb and read foureyedlaagan’s post about the 6 mountains in cebu that he considers to be an easy climb for beginners. that post is bookmarked and now serves as my guide on which mountains to climb first. so thank you, foureyedlaagan πŸ˜€ 

back to mount naupa πŸ˜€ 

i planned to start climbing at 6am but i went back to sleep at 430am and only decided to push through with my plan at 9am because of grace’s prodding.

from my house, i rode a jeep plying the mandaue-ayala route, got off in mabolo and walked towards sm city cebu then took the bus bound for naga and told the driver to drop me off in tungkop, minglanilla. i ate brunch first before i got on a hb2x which brought me to the chapel in cogon, naga which is the jump.off for mount naupa. the hb2x ride took nearly an hour because it was really far. 

my mandatory start of trek picture:

that’s my guide, dave πŸ™‚ 

when you start the climb, be careful and really watch where you’re going because gamay ra jud kaayo ang agi.anan and bangin na ang other side. after 20minutes or so, the path will be wider. you’ll pass by a very batuon path which made the climb a little more difficult for me. you will see a lot of mango trees, wild flowers, sagbots and other mountains on your way to the top.

it took me an hour to reach the top of mount naupa, with a lot of time sa’s for me to catch my breath ranging from 5 to 10 minutes each time. 

for novice climbers such as moi, i suggest that we do not push ourselves too much and hunong, take deep breathes and drink water whenever we need it. it is never a contest on how much time you spent reaching the top. just enjoy your climb. 

i didn’t take a lot of pictures going up because i was too busy concentrating on where i was going and catching my breath. 

in case you need some more water or cold soda and some crackers, dave’s family has a store midway. a 300ml royal true orange costs 20.00 though.

dave hasn’t eaten lunch pa diay so i made sure he did. we stayed there for 15minutes to chitchat and they were kind enough to let me borrow their powerbank or else i wouldn’t have taken pictures at the top. 

from their store it was only a 20minute ascend to the top but first you had to pay the 20.00 entrance fee πŸ™‚ 

and finally, i could see where i wanted to be: 

i just had to take pictures too, as proof that i was really able to reach the top πŸ™‚ 

the view from the top: 

it also took me an hour to descend. climbing down is always easier compared to climbing up. i was just happy to be finally heading home and to be able to rest my tired and aching legs and feet, hehehehe πŸ˜€ 
and then i saw these cute kids when i reached the chapel: 

and then it was byebye time πŸ™‚ 

mount naupa, i am just glad i was able to experience you. the huffing and puffing were all worth it πŸ™‚ 

Expenses:

35.00 bus fare from sm to tungkop, minglanilla 

60.00 hb2x fare from tungkop, minglanilla to cogon, naga chapel

20.00 entrance fee 

100.00 guide fee (amount depends on how much you’re willing to pay) 

100.00 hb2x fare from cogon, naga chapel to highway (hb drivers charge 50.00 per pax for a 1way trip and since i was alone i had to pay for 2 pax)

20.00 multi.cab fare from minglanilla to carbon 

cebu province · church · larissetravels · luzon · mindanao · mountains · philippines · visayas · waterfalls

travel bucket list

whenever i feel bored sa office (which happens every 5minutes, hahahaha :D) i bloghop to see where travel bloggers have gone to. i get jealous when i see that they’ve traveled far and wide, chased waterfalls and climbed every mountain that they could.

i know i certainly couldn’t go to where they’ve all been to in just a year or two, but let me just put this out here, my travel (and to do) bucket list πŸ™‚ i don’t know when i will be able to tick them all but i know nga sa madugay makaadto ra ko πŸ˜€

  1. climb osmeΓ±a peak – march 1, 2017
  2. chase aguinid waterfalls
  3. swim with the whalesharks in oslob
  4. see the ruins in bacolod
  5. eat cheesecake in calea in bacolod
  6. swim with the stingless stingray in surigao
  7. go strawberry picking in baguio
  8. climb and conquer mount pulag
  9. pose in front of the balete tree in siquijor
  10. mag-ala tarzan in cambuhagay falls in siquijor
  11. go bungee jumping in danao, bohol
  12. take a picture of the mayon volcano
  13. visit the islas de gigantes
  14. stand in awe at the banaue rice terraces
  15. take a picture with the philippine eagle
  16. visit the bencab museum in baguio city
  17. enjoy the rides in enchanted kingdom
  18. ride the kalesa in vigan
  19. party in boracay
  20. visit the hundred islands
  21. visit batanes
  22. explore siargao island
  23. chase niludhan falls
  24. take a picture of maria cristina falls
  25. canyoneering in badian
  26. go white water rafting in cagayan de oro
  27. chase waterfalls in bohol
  28. take a picture amongs the hot air balloons in clark, pampanga
  29. swim in the waters of samal island
  30. chase waterfalls in biliran
  31. visit kalanggaman island
  32. eat mangoes in guimaras
  33. take a sunset shot in manjuyod white sand bar
  34. enjoy the view in perth paradise resort in sipalay
  35. swim with the turtles in apo island
  36. climb mount lanigid
  37. climb sirao peak
  38. climb mount naupa – march 19, 2017
  39. island hop sa cuatro islas
  40. take a picture inside hindang cave
  41. pose with the monkeys in hindang cave 
  42. sardine run in moalboal
  43. climb mount lanaya
  44. go strawberry picking in dalaguete
  45. see the 10,000 roses in cordova
  46. jump from the cliff in salagdoong beach in siquijor
  47. get lost in the labyrinth in toledo 
  48. climb tagaytay hill in toledo
  49. visit capilla santa ana museum
  50. take a picture of malubog lake in toledo
  51. chase malubog waterfalls in toledo
  52. chase manguyakuya falls in toledo
  53. chase the waterfalls in middle earth resort in carmen
  54. chase bugho falls – march 26, 2017
  55. pa.picture sa biga pit
  56. take a picture in carcar’s rotunda – march 26, 2017
  57. climb mount mago – april 16, 2017
  58. drink coffee in coffee madness
  59. eat pizza in coffee madness
  60. eat la paz bachoy in iloilo 
  61. island hop in the islands near olango
  62. climb mount mauyog – april 2, 2017
  63. eat pancit molo in iloilo
  64. pray in jaro cathedral in iloilo city
  65. walk along the iloilo river esplanade
  66. chase kan amo waterfalls
  67. chase dayhag waterfalls
  68. climb ili rock in boljoon
  69. maligo sa dagat sa alcoy
  70. reach boljoon’s ablayan peak
  71. chase pityak falls in dumanjug
  72. chase basak falls in san fernando
  73. chase tubod-duguan falls in dumanjug
  74. climb kandungaw peak
  75. climb mount kapayas
  76. pa.picture sa parola sa liloan – april 14, 2017

i know there are still a lot of places that i want to visit and do everything fun and tourist-y; i guess i’ll be adding something to the list from time to time but i do hope that i also get to tick off some items as well.

libre ang mangarap, so might as well dream of going anywhere and everywhere and doing everything πŸ™‚

cebu province · larisseeats

joed’s lutong hapon

the first time i ate in joed’s lutong hapon was in their apm branch and i couldn’t keep my mind off the japanese pizza; lami jud kaayo.

earlier tonight, tl sky said that lami ang sabaw after mag.exercise and suggested we eat at akita japanese restaurant in mabolo, which she said were having a discount off their ramen.

we walked all the way from wireless fly-over over to panagdait in mabolo but lo and behold, closed ang akita.

although there were a lot of fastfood restaurants in the sykes area, i suggested joed’s and albur’s that tl sky might want to try but naa pa sa unahan. since tl sky suggested japanese ramen earlier, i thought joed’s lutong hapon was worth the additional walk we’d do – and walk we did.

joed’s lutong hapon is located across the convenience store nga buyon sa sarrosa hotel – it’s right next to pick and go, tapad sa sinangag express.

i found the interior deco pretty although i couldn’t understand anything πŸ™‚

ingon pa si tl sky, nindot ilang design sa wall – and i agree πŸ™‚

and now the food! πŸ™‚

i immediately explained to tl sky how i found the japanese pizza delicious and that we should order it πŸ™‚

okonomiyaki – 100.00

of course we had to order ramen because we wanted to drink sabaw:

ramen – 200.00

their ramen is soooo lami – the noodles were cooked just right.

california crunchy roll – 110.00

this was my discovery for the night – so crunchy and so yummy but it took a long time before naluto. it was worth the wait though.
aside from the delicious food, joed’s is a winner in my book because of their price. our 3 orders totaled 410.00 only πŸ™‚

because healthy-living na mi ni tl sky, we just had water πŸ™‚

order the okimamiyaki when you eat at joed’s lutong hapon. promise, it’s lami πŸ™‚