Ask everyone in Bantayan about the current heat, and you’ll get the same answer :” it’s never been like that before M’am. Rainy season normally starts in May. It’s so hot!” At least we can take a dip in the ocean in the first wee hours of the morning and at sunset. Even tourists would not dare getting in when the temperature screams 40°C! You … Continue reading Photo101: Even the coast is running short of water
Dry fishes are a typical Filipino delicacy. The best ones are said to come to Bantayan, the bulad/buwad (dried fish) island. They are the iconic products of the market, spilling over huge bags and stalls in all colors and shapes.. It does not take long before they all disappear, Pinoy eat them dropped in vinegar or in soups, with rice of course. Trying those fishes is a must … Continue reading As Dry as Bantayan’s famous fishes!
I bet this ad will draw a big smile on your face and in your heart … Watch, rewatch, and go for it! One can only be old enough to know better.. and young enough to do it anyway 😉 Have a grande one! Continue reading How young are you?
When Thai people talk “rainy season”, they mean it: even the largest avenues and Soi of the capital are flooded, sandbags are the season welcome signs of most shops… It is business as usual though, street food vendors everywhere, hardly splashed by the family loaded scooters and the lazy taxi : mai pen rai na ka (never mind M’am!). Continue reading Water? mai pen rai na ka!