Bisaya ta mga Chuy! Lahi ra jud! kay Ato ni! Lupig sila kay CHADA jud! Pag sure uy! Klarex! Ingon pa ni Lala Morena DJ sa MOR, ang mga Himantayon mao daw na ang mga "Social Climber". So I am a Social Climber in CDO.
Dati, pinakamagandang Tuna sa balat ng Gensan lang ang kilala ko sa Tuna Capital of the Philippines, di ko pa pala alam mayroon pa itong kapatid na GandaEverSoMuch at iyon ay si Orman. Sabi nga ni Vice Ganda, akala niya Tuna ang marami sa Gensan… nandito pala si Orman. Heheheh…
Dati, di pa blogger, sa Plurk.com lang kami nagkakilala. Nakita ko Plurk profile niya thru Bariles Republic na si Avel. Pagkakita ko pa lang sa picture niya, sabi ko… ‘ay, dapat maging ka-plurk ko ito, mukhang masayahin at isa pa Manansala din ang family name, bigatin siguro ito.’ Dito nga sa Cagayan de Oro, may Beauty Queen na Manansala dito, so kailangan madikit ako nito, sounds like Beauty Queen kasi para sa akin. Hehehhe… Kaya ayun, nang nakilala ko siya, bigatin nga talaga, bigatin sa lahat ng bagay. Continue reading →
Early in the morning everybody woke up aside of me and Edward who had been sleeping for just a few hours before the wake up call, so we’re still snoring during that hour. Migs, knocked on our room’s door to inform us that we need to go on with our itinerary (ma tongue twisted jud ko everytime I mentioned that word) for that day, so we were half awake packing our things and taking a bath in that instance.
All are packed and ready to proceed to our first stop at Dolores Farm Resort in Polomolok, South Cotabato for our breakfast. Following a straight road going to Dolores Farm Resort from Gensan is a stress-free ride, with beautiful sceneries you can catch a glimpse of, specially the breath-taking view of Mt. Matutum. At Dolores Farm Resort, we were welcomed with a large banner saying “Welcome Mindanao Bloggers”. That sight alone made us feel so welcomed and at home at the Resort, as soon as we seated they served us with breakfast meal of fried bangus, fried egg, a cup of rice with fresh cut tomato and crunchy fresh cucumber and that crispy breaded fish (sorry, I forgot that dish’s name).
It was just a week after I attended the fun filled learning experience of the 1st Cebu Blog Camp in Cebu City, then again I travelled to General Santos City last weekend via Davao for the Mindanao Food Appreciation Tour / The SoCCSKSarGen Summer Safari prepared by the powerful duo of Gensan, Avel and Orman Manansala.
From Cagayan de Oro City, the CDOBloggers (ChiQ, Mike, Goma, Magman, Venus, Ding, Bang and yours truly) travelled more or less 10 hours to General Santos for this awesome, sumptuous, splendid and superb Food Appreciation tour. But before we went to General Santos, we stopped over first at Ranchero Grill situated at Tiongko St. fronting Central Bank in Davao City for our delectable lunch with the Davao Bloggers. It feels like heaven to have tasted those baby back ribs, buttered chicken, and the rest of the menu that they served to us that time. I may have tasted some of them here in CDO but foods at Ranchero Grill makes me feel like heaven everytime I relish them. I can recommend their back ribs for those meat lovers and their crab menu is heavenly tasty. Continue reading →
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