Monday, December 29, 2014

S&R -- Now in Imus!



Just days prior to the closing of 2014, S&R Membership Shopping warehouse opened its 9th branch in the country at Imus, Cavite last December 20. I'd say, there is no better timing to open a store than before Christmas when everybody is anxious about what goods to hoard for noche buena a nd the not so distant New Year celebration.



The inauguration started with a Thanksgiving Mass and ended with a Dragon dance. Trumpeters were hired to play attention-commanding music during the ceremony. Thanks to the participation of the program guests and most especially the attendance of the new S&R members (98% of which is comprised of employed professionals residing in Cavite). The complete proceedings were as follows:



8:00 am - Thanksgiving Mass
9:00 am - Welcome Remarks by Anthony Sy, President of S&R Membership Shopping
9:30 am - Inspirational Speech from Imus City Mayor Manny Maliksi
10:00am- Closing Remarks by Susan Co, Vice Chairperson of Puregold Price Club
10:30am- Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
10:45am- Dragon Dance and Marching band


Cavite is highly dense with a population of over 3 Million exceeding even Cebu's over 2 Million as per survey taken by NSO in year 2010. That data alone provide enough reason for the establishment of a new S&R warehouse. The new site looks pretty much like S&R Cebu (which I frequently visit) except that its Membership counter has chairs lined up for the waiting guests. As expected, it has the famed Food Service section which offers authentic New York Style Pizza, Southern Style Fried Chicken, The Cheesecake Factory goods and Blue Bunny ice creams. The dining area is right in front of the Food Service counter. Their grocery shelves contain crates of imported products which aren’t easily found in other establishments. Wheel your way (using the grocery carts) through the aisles between the tall stacks of products and you will find yourself grabbing more than a single item.



I am certain that the Cavitenos will patronize the warehouse. Other than local residents, Cavite has also become home to tourists who come to this part of the country either for short or long visits. Destinations such as Mt. Pico de Loro and Mt. Marami lure outdoor adventure seekers. Historical places like Corregidor, Aguinaldo Shrine, and Andres Bonifacio’s house have its own shares of foreign visitors too. When they go to S&R Imus either as a member or a guest, it will be like home away from home for them.

Do you go home to Cavite? If yes, be an S&R member now! Present a valid ID, a filled out membership form (available in S&R's membership section), and membership fee. Get your card in less than 15 minutes.

For more information, visit the membership page in S&R's website. Like their FB page.

Friday, December 19, 2014

Time for an S&R Holiday Feast!

“Pizza.. Pizza pa more!”
I swear all our friends would have raved loudly if they joined us that night. Unfortunately, there were only two of us and so, we ate to our hearts’ content until we said “Pizza, no more!”

Who would not put their hands up on a pizza that was more than twice the regular of common brands? I could barely even carry the whole box in one hand. I had no choice but hold it like a big tray. It felt heavier by the minute so I either had to put down the box or let the edge rest on my paunch a little bit while I hold the far opposite side with fully extended arms.

Nobody gets underserved with S&R’s Holiday Feast! For only P999, you can already have the pizza with 6 large Southern Style Fried Chicken cuts and three 22 oz sodas.




You fall in line at the Food Service counter when you order. Sometimes the line is long because of large following but it kind of serves the purpose of building up the craving for the food item you are buying. The pizzas are served fresh from the oven and so are the chicken from the fryer. When they called my number, I rushed to the Claim section to fetch my S&R Holiday Feast. Sporting a broad smile I held the boxes on shoulder level and smelled the exciting aroma of burnt cheese and spices.



It was my first S&R pizza and I was flabbergasted to see such beauty – colorful like a Christmas tree! Cheese and tomato sauce spread evenly on the crust made beautiful background to meat, pepperoni, capsicum, onion and olive toppings. I asked my friend to hold a slice but there was no way she could hold it on one hand without it drooping. So, there you go -- a pizza slice on two hands for the camera!



The crust was cooked the way I liked it: chewy and full. The fried chicken was crispy on the outside, juicy and flavorful inside. What I loved best was its moderate batter coating. Most fast-foods have too much.

Like a hungry glutton on a feast, I chomped, held a pizza on one hand and fried chicken on another. I wish we had the appetite of Americans so we could finish everything. Although I started convinced that I CAN – I ended up surrendering with plenty of leftovers. It was very delightful and literally a feast.

We left the shop satisfied and I had plenty of extras that can feed me for several days more (me, thinking greedily). While we walked to where the taxis were, we passed by a family, a lady, and a man holding a plastic bag. As much as I wanted to keep the food for myself, I eventually gave all of it to them. After all, it’s Christmas!

My friend later sent me a message that night which I decide to use as closing. She typed, “S&R holiday feast is not just a crazy bargain or a meal shared with someone you already know. Being able to share the Southern Style Fried Chicken with a family of street dwellers[1] and the New York Pizza with a lady street sweeper[2], and a “mangangalakal”[3] – is the true holiday feast.  A holiday feast is being able to share your blessings with random people who can never give anything back in return except for a heartfelt “thank you” (spoken or not).”




[1] A homeless family who were just opening a plastic of cooked rice and a few pieces of dried fish when we passed by
[2] Lady street sweeper
[3] A term in Philippines fondly used referring to a person survived by collecting garbage.


So, why wait? Go get yourself and your friends S&R’s Holiday Feast today! Promo ends on December 31, 2014.

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Not yet an S&R member? Don't worry. It's easy. All you need is a valid ID, a filled out membership form (available in S&R's membership section), and membership fee. Get your card in less than 15 minutes. Trust me. I just became a member myself.


For more information, visit the membership page in S&R's website. Like their FB page.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Raining Discounts with S&R Club Pricing

We had plenty of rain due to typhoon "Ruby" but it is still raining "discounts" in S&R shopping center!

There is high demand for practicality and frugality ever since people learned about the greenhouse effect and the reality that the things we enjoy today are not eternal. Even the idea of death presents the need for people to stay healthy and exercise to live longer. Hence, we are gradually becoming more and more conscious of the value of the things we possess. Since not all things are enjoyed for free, we find better ways to extend the value of money.

Discounts! Buy 1 take 1! Free! Great value! These are words and labels which top the results when we run our mental search engine looking for a certain item in a grocery or department store. Sometimes we scavenge through a mound just to find the discounted item because they become out of stock too fast. Not so much at S&R. There is always enough items tagged with an "S&R Club Pricing" logo for members.



Hot among the picks this December are Christmas decorations. The store has imported LED Christmas lights designs which you won't see anywhere else except in S&R.



LED lights are always the better option compared to incandescent bulb decors. Because they are packaged very nicely, they appear to be a little bit expensive compared to the latter, however, the long term savings is non-debatable. A LED bulb normally consumes 0.96 watts -- a far cry from the 5 watts power consumption of an incandescent Christmas light bulb. It lasts longer too! Click here for further details of the comparison.

Other than the bright Christmas lights, S&R Club Pricing tags are also on colorful cookie and cake jars, huge Santa stockings, and some Christmas tree ornaments. There are lanterns, ribbons, and snowman too! But, hey! S&R Club Pricing is not only on Christmas items. You can find the same tags on regular electric coffee makers, microwave oven, and air coolers too --- all potential gift items for our love ones this Christmas time.  View the complete catalog here.



Why wait and suffer at long lines at groceries or malls  when you can be shopping where you enjoy privileges and you are a priority. If you are already a member, pay S&R membership Shopping a visit today. The store is open for extended hours this December (see photo below for details). Remember at S&R "membership means low prices".



Not yet a member? Don't worry. It's easy. All you need is a valid ID, a filled out membership form (available in S&R's membership section), and membership fee. Get your card in less than 15 minutes. Trust me. I just became a member myself.

For more information, visit the membership page in S&R's website. Like their FB page.

Note: All images were sourced from both the home site and the FB page.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Slide in, Slide out. Tap!



It all begins with a slide, a finger, and then, thumb and pointing finger together. Sliding outwardly-- sometimes, inwardly. Could it be sensation or is it fascination? I'd like to think it is both. While I thought I was possessive, my smart phone is too. It wants my full attention. Sometimes, it robs from me time I would have used to cross off an item in my daily itinerary. And as soon as I am close to winning it back, it allies with "internet" so I lose time and my tasks increase the day after. If youtube and facebook got a little too boring, the brain-eating zombies start grunting. My smart phone wants solo attention.

I belong to the generation that lived half their life doing most things manually and in the same generation that lives to witness and experience the dawn of smart phones. We used to carry books, now i wear it. Playtime then was physical workout, now, it's all finger tapping (unless you zumba while gaming). I used to have dogs for a pet, now, fishes in the internet. Farms are huge and farming was tough but we have virtual crops growing at present. It's both awesome and sad. I applaud how inventors and business people figured "greed" and "want" (everything and anything for self) as a common denominator that generates response from all men in all walks of life. Both the poor and the rich demand more. There is barely any contentment. We are not happy with the way things are, hence, the concept of continuous improvement. Oddly, I think we may be wired to be exhaustive so we will know the meaning of having none. Experience then, is certainly the best teacher. We unintentionally go through rough times so others can avoid it. Repeat the good ones and stir away from bad examples to be wise. Repetitions of a mistake is stupidity (but aren't we -- a number of times?).

Yolo means "you only live once". That's because there is no repeating time. Even by benefit of a doubt reincarnation is true, the moment you come back to life is still not the same time in the past. Therefore, make it count. Take time to listen to others. Spend quality time with family and friends (as much as possible without the smart phones). The reason we keep running out of creativity in our conversations is because we stopped talking. Our gadgets become our easy escape. But aren't escapes nothing but a temporary detachment from reality? At some point we have got to stop running and start facing people, issues, and confronting life itself. We don't run forever or our tongues hit the ground. But when our time's up, how we spend it is what really matters. Aim for balance.

Back to the gadget. Slide in. Slide out. Tap. Tap. Tap. Nap..zzzZZZ!

Sunday, April 27, 2014

The Witch's Lure and Lair

Stories draw people in and mostly the ones wrapped in controversy are the most effective.

Anda is a town in Bohol which population density seems less than the average but I must say, certainly thriving. Although modernization is slightly evident but somehow the laidback and casual ambiance sucks in all people of different walks in life. Tourists, both local and international, flock around by pair or in groups.
Other than being a haven for relaxation, online search results for Anda, often than not, drug travellers' with haunting tales of mysticisms and witchcraft. For some reasons, mystery triggers interest. It is a remedy for boredom and a catalyst for quest and exploration. Somehow, everybody wants first-hand experience, desiring to prove or disprove. Even the faint-hearted will want to get near for a fortaste of the thrill in the experience.





It has been told that Lamanoc island (a boat-ride away prom Anda) was home for Ka Iska. She' s known in town as a witch (mambabarang, albularyo, mananambal) who is seldom seen during daylight but spotted in the island frequently at night. She is rumored to have the powers to do a person harm or good through prayer rituals and occultism. To this day, her story persists through tour guides who are willing to tell all about it while taking you to 5 different caves in the island. Some caves show hematite paintings (one done with blood) on rock walls and dry bones (said to be of people who lived centuries past) were kept at the site. There were at least 5 caves to visit but if you let your eyes wander you'd certainly think there are others unknown or unaccounted as of yet. The creepiest of these caves were the last two, said to be the places of the witch doctors. Unsure if it was the trail that had my arm hairs rising, but certainly the dark corners and places inside the cave made me shiver. The eerie sighting of the supposed bottle paraphernalia and other ritual props beside the supposed offering platform coupled with a dark, almost black gecko stuck on the wall, seemingly guarding the area fixed me at a certain distance. There were pitch-black holes leading to nowhere and were said to be entrances to bodies of water contained in rock walls only accessible with the help of a witch doctor. I held comments behind my head when the tour guide said she could arrange for that to happen upon our next visit. I always had the thirst for adventure but gruesome thoughts are racing ahead of me this time. I must've watched too many horror and suspense movies in my lifetime.




Finally, as if the fourth cave was not enough, we held on to the lure and concluded at the witch's lair. It was a beautiful cave and looks naturally designed looking like a livable space. There are two enormous front and back openings divided only by a small one in between that could get one stooping to pass through. Ventilation was good inside the cave. A visiting entrepreneur could go crazy thinking how much money the place could make if he made it cozier --- presumably with Ka Iska and her kins permission, of course. The walk around went on and we got to see where Ka Iska is rumored to hide from visitors and her rock bed that had a small window that's keeping her ventilated if the wind was coming from the other side of the cave. Moss painted the walls and ceiling at the opposite opening. It is where the witch eats her favorite mollusks and shellfish. The photos taken at this part of the cave register a greenish hue that contrasted the bluish shade on the opposite side. There were so much to talk about but the day was ending, hence, we decide to leave. There were talks about setting up lodging rooms and small hotels in the site but I wonder if a market exists for people who'd want to soak into the tales of haunting.



The paddles hit the water quietly and waves were tame and gentle. Thanks to sightings of mangrove trees and limestone outcrops that stood as stately backdrops while I took selfie snaps. Out on the other side is a wide expanse of water making it difficult to imagine that Surigao City is just right across. I was silent the entire boat ride, thinking... "Could the stories be true?" Yaba, yaba, doo!!



Whatever our thoughts were, we decided to quietly settle amongst ourselves as we waited for the sun to set in the horizon while sitting on Anda's powdery white sandy shore. The night sky took over and so we headed back to our lodge passing through Anda de Boracay.

Entrance Fee to Lamanoc: P300/pax (including boat ride and guided tour)
Motorcycle fare (round trip for 2 units): P450

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

The White Tiger



The White Tiger is a novel by Aravind Adiga, a former correspondent of Time magazine who evinces India at its most realistic state as a nation. It is a piece of literature written very creatively from start to finish giving the reader the roller-coaster emotions of rage, delight, pride and the lack thereof. The author artistically made use of a WANTED sign to bring to light the history behind a gruesome murder. Although the story revolved around the main character, the author slowly unwrapped other key persons who played roles which consciously and unconsciously contributed to Balram's (the main character) frame of mind.

I personally found amusing how the first few pages of the narrative were written in such a way that a common Indian would have spoken the lines. It was very easy to drift into the feeling that all around you were glimpses of India. In fact, I got fixated that I never once thought the author was talking about another country other than that. The further I flipped through, the farther my imagination exposed me to the
caste system and into a deeply set culture that obstructed and limited success for certain groups of people in India. At one point, I was caught in thick road traffics and then ran into people who've been trafficked. There were times your nostrils had its fill of the sweet aroma of tea and candy while other times the stench of fresh spits of paan.

Balram was witness to the dirty tricks businessmen pull from their sleeves to buy immunity from government taxes. Little did he know, his frequent exposure to the unjust ways of the rich caused his ambition, once innocent and pure, to gradually evolve into lust and covetousness.

But Balram was very peaceable. He was kind and hardworking. He has gained the respect of his young boss, Ashok, who frequently had to come to his defense at blows of maltreatment. Was he unfairly set up to take responsibility of a crime he didn't commit? Was the murder out of self-defense? Or a product of a grown intention?

Buy yourself a new copy now or my only copy at P100. Contact me.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Quickie Meals 2 & 3: Ice Giants and Big Tom's

Sometimes people just rise to get a quickie. Nah! You are taking the wrong route my friend. It ain't what you are thinking. What I mean is when you live independently (meaning away from family), maybe to work, or even study, it takes heaps of self motivation to rise up and fix your own meal. I go lazy at times and the thought of cooking just sinks me back to bed. It isn't always, but, I am just saying it does get to me sometimes. The remedy? Fastfood hunting.

Now this is tricky. You think because you are ordering spaghetti or a hamburger, they will cook the fastest in food shops. But it isn't always the case. At least not in these shops.

Meal 1. Parfait, and Burgers with Fries. (~Php400 total)


I went to Ice Giants a couple of times this month. At one time, I ordered the Black Forest parfait and a hamburger meal. Like anyone would, I pushed aside my anticipation for the parfait as I thought desserts are served last. I was surprised it got served first after waiting for a good 10 mins. Now, I love ice creams so I went from a spoonful to another and the refreshing feel of cold desserts in your mouth never fail to lighten the mood. I've tasted other vanilla ice creams though and I must say, this kinda fell a little in comparison to the ice cream shop we have in Negros or the one in Ice Castle. I gave it a thought and decided, maybe it was their own creation. So I dismissed my judgement as I always have high regard for original recipes. Despite that, however, I asked. Then it sunk my heart again to learn it was in fact a commercial ice cream of Selecta's competitor. After years of tasting this type of sorbet, I've loved Selecta's texture and its creamy, rich flavor. Since then I am biased but not absolutely exclusive.

Finally, I am ready for my Hamburger meal. I read the newspaper...then flipped on their menu... then played with my cellular phone. From time to time, I glanced and made sure I made eye contact with a crew as if to remind them I still have a pending order. I swear the imaginary tick-tocking of the clock is becoming louder as I hang on in patience. Over half an hour, then, at last, my hamburger and potato fries. The presentation was neat and looked beautiful but bland and tasteless. I'm sure it must've been delicious but I realized my taste sense was already numbed after finishing a tall glass of ice cream I got served with ahead. If there was a take-away for me in this experience, it should be that desserts must always come at the end of a meal.

The second time I visited the place, waiting time was worse. If I must cite what the franchise is strongly convincing at, it would be their variety of menu items and their inviting ambiance. You see, when you think of ice cream, you think of "happy". Their bright blue wall colors, huge wallpapers and pictures of desserts, their crew's sailor uniform, cool brand name and bright lights make an effectively brilliant appeal to the customers -- a happy pill.



 Ice Giants Desserts and Snacks Cebu
Address:
The Strip Osmena Boulevard Cebu City 6000
Operating Hours: Sundays-Thursdays 10AM-11PM
                              Friday -Saturdays  10AM – 12PM



 
Meal 2. Spaghetti with Meatballs (Php 160.00)


As if I deserved a bonus for good work, I arose for another quick fix. This time at Big Tom's which is famous for its hamburgers. I marched to the store to claim my incentive after a long day of office work with mind initially made up for that burger patty. As soon as I entered the shop, the chalk-drawn sign on a black wall caught my attention "Spaghetti Meatball". Now, the only real deal I tasted was in Italiannis a very long time ago. I figured, it is time I dig into it again. Twenty minutes and then it came. Served on a white plate, the pasta looked great, wetted at the center with spaghetti sauce and tiny chunks of real tomato. Sitting on top was the glorious meatball drizzled with just the right amount of parmesan cheese scrapings.The feeling was like being Flint in Sony Pictures animation of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs without the audio track. Geezz.. i cut through the meat with my knife and a fork and enjoyed the pasta to the last string. I think Big Tom's was certainly trying to serve it as Italian as possible, hence, the absence of the sweet Filipino taste. It is always good to know the difference so you can quickly toggle perspectives in both taste preferences. The basil (or so I think) in the meatball certainly made a difference, although, I imagined if it was flattened, it would have made a good burger patty too.

Photo from here.



Big Tom’s Charbroiled Burger
Address: 111 Juana Osmena St. Cebu City 6000, Philippines
Operating Hours: Mondays – Sundays 11:00AM -9:00PM
Contact/ Delivery Number: 032- 514 -7007



Now that I have reached the end of this article, I realize that fastfoods are not solely defined by the food they serve. You could be ordering siomai for take-out because you are in a hurry, but if the kitchen crew prepares it from scratch and steams it in front of you until it's cooked, you stepped into the wrong shop. They make you wait because they want to serve it fresh. Here is a caveat: You are always who you are in control of. Get familiar with the shops you visit and know how they do service. Then, you can decide which to sacrifice: Time or Quality. If you chance on a shop that does well on both, tell me about it.

Sometimes all you need is a quickie. And wow, aren't quickies delicious!

Friday, February 28, 2014

My Kind of Dead End

Tipping brought me back to Sto. Nino Subdivision. Jade, a friend who lived in the neighborhood when we were then colleagues, recently left a comment on Facebook and mentioned that other than 10 Dove St., she also frequented Cul de Sac in the same vicinity. Her fond recollection of the place sent me googling for articles and images. Soon enough, a schedule was set and together with hungry companions, we headed off to the subdivision.

At the entrance, the guard will tell you "turn right at the first curb". Cul-de-Sac sits right at the "dead end" which, by the way, defines its very name.

The Dead End (Cul-de-sac)

Come in..

After stopping to take a picture, we entered into the shop. Inside, you will notice around 7 tables. Behind the glass wall from the inside, lines another row of tables for customers who prefer natural ventilation. At the bar, stands a staff who stays ready to take customer orders.


For our menu, we ordered Osso Bucco, Fish fillet in Lemon, Fish nuggets in Tartar Dip and Rhapsody in Blue. We sided our orders with Spicy Tuna Aglio Olio just to satisfy curiosity.
Mushroom Soup

Fifteen minutes passed, then, came the creamy mushroom soup. It was delightful as it had the right amount of salt, but it didn't come as creamy as I thought it would.

Rhapsody in Blue
Ten minutes later, the main dishes started coming in. Rhapsody in Blue looked very much like my fish nuggets that i almost screamed "it's mine!" (thanks to the waiter who clearly pronounced it's name). The only apparent difference, I must say, is that the the former had lavish sauce poured all over it while mine came with a separate tartar dip. Nonetheless, both plus the Fish Fillet in Lemon, are similar in the sense that all three seemed to use the same type of fish (possibly a Dover Sole or Cream Dory) for a main ingredient.

Fish Nuggets in Tartar Dip

Fish Fillet in Lemon
Osso Bucco, the only item that wasn't fish in our orders looked and tasted nice too. I just wonder if it would taste better had it been a cut from the prime part of the beef shank rather than being just a cutlet from the smaller portion of the bone. I know how the marrow tastes and that oily substance form the bone cavity makes so much difference and would have boosted the flavor of the starchy beef stock.

Osso Bucco
Just when everyone's done with the main course, the dessert was served. It was a scoop of flaky mango ice cream. It must have melted at some point and then frozen again, hence, the separation of water from the mix.

Mango Ice Cream

It took us over an hour to finish all three meal courses. All for the price of P200. Service was okay especially that we had the crew monopolized as we were the only ones in the restaurant then. Will I go back? Why not? Like my friend Jade, it's a dead end (cul-de-sac) I wouldn't mind finding myself in once or twice in this lifetime.

Tip: Spy on a nearby restaurant in the same village. Click here.
Extra: Know how Dimsum Break is linked to Cul-de-Sac.



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Sunday, February 9, 2014

Home Away from Home

The taxi stopped at the guardhouse. "10 Dove St.", we answered when the security person asked. Smiling, we waited while the driver took us a few right and left turns until the final halt in front of the door of a subdivision home.


It's funny how intrusive I felt opening the door of an unfamiliar house. However, as soon as we went in, the mood changed. It was in fact indeed a tiny restaurant with tables, chairs, and diners happily chomping. There were just about 5 tables fit in a small area that is barely comfortable for 30 people. At a tiny corner, almost pushed to the wall, is a bar for a crew of two:  a butler (older guy) who sometimes wait on tables wearing what looked like the modern short-sleeved barong and a full-time waiter who always looked busy as if the butler's eyes are on him all the time.

Soon enough, the man in-charge came to us with a notepad and a pen. At P220 I had to complete the task of choosing my seemingly 4-course meal starting with the soup, salad, sandwich and then a cake for dessert. I ordered my first onion soup, shrimp salad, a hamburger and a slice of their chiffon cake.

 

15 minutes and the onion soup was served. I hardly had the strength to pick my spoon up as I imagined how awful onions must taste being the only main ingredient in a stew. Yet, I did. How could I not? It looked meaty with a slice of cheese on top. I dug my spoon to find croutons instead of meat. Surprised, yet, I went one spoonful to another. And still another. Now onion stew wasn't at all that bad.

 

As if the waiter knew I was almost finished, he served the shrimp salad. It was an elbow macaroni salad topped with a leaf or two of lettuce and mixed with skinless shrimps. At first, the shrimp didn't fit the mix, however, the more I chewed one after another in spoonfuls of macaroni, I realized it was delectable and healthy. I could eat a serving more.

Third of the entrees is a hamburger. The bun looked plumped and fresh. My appetite was really yearning for it the moment I smelled mayonnaise, cucumber and grilled meat patty. I am keenly familiar to the odor since I used to making my own at home too. The burger was dry at the exterior. You need to sink your teeth into the freshly cooked patty to savor the burnt meat juice and smokey flavor. I also compensated the lack of mayonnaise with catsup for its sour-sweet taste and tobasco for that lingering hot and spicy sensation.

Finally, the dessert. The butler mentioned three flavors and ''MANGO YOGHURT" said we, in unison.

It was a full lunch and the neighborhood of Sto. Nino Subdivision was quiet and mindless of sojourners who had to walk lazily to the highway because their pockets are empty and can hardly pay for another taxi ride.

Home is where doves come back to even after distances of travel. No wonder people find 10 Dove St a place to return to in Cebu.

10 Dove Street
Santo NiƱo Village,Banilad,
6000 Cebu City, Philippines
Contact No: (032) 346 0618
Website: https://www.facebook.com/ten.dove.street


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