November 20-21, 2011
A lot has been said about this province tucked gently at pretty much the bosom of the Philippine archipelago— from it being the birthplace of the famous Dinagyang Festival/Jose Mari Chan/Sen. Miriam Santiago/Graciano Lopez Jaena/Mang Inasal (boo-yah!), or it being a busy and modern city still breathing the richness of the old world, or it being the gateway to Western Visayas known for its abundant natural wonders.
But the girls and I had our quick detour there covered… with the intent of stuffing ourselves with the best of the best: FOOD.
That kid in you will undoubtedly break into cheerful spirits if you find yourself on a long and potentially dreary road trip going South-West of the Cebu province because the Molave Milk Station in Barili is patiently waiting to lure you in with its dairy magic. (Sentence construction WIN.)
One hungry night, Jake and I decided to hunt for a carnivorous treat… some meaty goodness. Suddenly, *ploop* a lightbulb! RIBS. But then we wanted to avoid over crowded go-to places such as those in malls or uptown business districts. So, where exactly should we go?
A Carenderia With A Nipponggo Twist!