Monday, June 24, 2013

A day trip to the province down south.

Bulacan, Philippines
December 2012






The one thing that you shouldn't miss out when you're in Bulacan is their sweet delicacies and goodies such as Eurobake's famous inipit (little chiffon rectangles made from eggs, sugar, butter and usually filled with custard) and their ginromous ensaimada (a pastry product which originated in Majorca, Spain. Usually topped with grated cheese, melted butter, sugar and salted eggs).

Eurobake's sweet delicacies along MacArthur Highway
(369 MacArthur Highway, Tabang, Guiguinto, Bulacan, 3100 Bulacan, Bulacan)

2 comments:

  1. Dearest Maverick, I am so pleased that you consider my scattered thoughts a source of motivation. I always wonder, if I am just blabbering on and on...
    I'd love to try those sweet confectioneries!
    Especially if they are considered delicacies of this region. yummy! Which is your favorite?
    I hope all goes well with your job interviews!
    I'll send good vibes your way. ;) I am busy, and I don't like it! ): I wish I had more time to watch some documentaries! Do you know Werner Herzog? I love his documentaries.
    I recently watched Encounters at the End of the World. I adored it! If you have a chance to watch it, please do! I am certain you will like it.
    Also there is another documentary that I really like called Queen of the Sun. This documentary is what really got me interested in beekeeping.
    What kind of documentaries have you been watching? Any recommendations?

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    1. Haha no you're not Rina :)
      Hmm I don't really have a particular favourite. I'll eat anything and everything! But the ensaimada is really good though. While we were there buying some stuffs, there were a few customers buying nothing but ensaimada. They said they came just for that.
      Haha thanks for the good vibes.
      Oh I don't really know him but I know Encounters at the End of the World!
      I watch all sorts, whatever I find interesting! From travels to environmental, general knowledge to pure historical, etc.
      You should check out "A Map for Saturday" by Brook Silva-Braga and "180° South" by Chris Malloy. (I think you will like the soundtrack used in 180° South)
      Cheers!

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