10.13.13: Sunday’s Best
Hello dolls!!! 🙂 I only have 10 minutes to finish this blog (good luck to me) so this is not going to be long. Today is Friday, and it’s a thing in our family to go to Quiapo church after dinner. I just made something delish that the piggies enjoyed and I want to be more productive so I am going to post this entry before we leave!! Haha
#Throwback: Since my departure is getting nearer and nearer by the minute, I can’t help but be excited of all the awesome adventures that A and I are going to have. Our first year together has been nothing but ah-mah-zing and we plan to keep it that way 🙂 Here are a couple of trips that really made my 2012/2013 extra awesome! 🙂
Georgetown Cupcakes – https://riannagalvez.wordpress.com/2012/07/06/georgetown-cupcake-2/
Cause tomorrow I am hosting a Japanese Night –https://riannagalvez.wordpress.com/2012/11/14/rianna-dreams-of-sushi-3/
For A’s last day Sunday in Manila, we went to EDSA Shangri-la’s HEAT.
We were supposed to go to Spiral, but they were full that night 😐 I knew I should’ve called days before!
I tried my best to take photos of each station, but A and I were too busy devising our “buffet plan”. It really helps to have a food buddy cause I get to taste everything that I want and share the calories with someone! :))
Dim Sum Station (and my brother)
A got too excited for this that he almost took the buddha home with him!
I had a delicious bowl of laksa, my first love!!! 🙂
A had ramen, of course!
Ladies, find a man who will love your family the same way you do ❤
In between the two greatest men in my life ❤
Sooooo clooooose!!! ❤ Can’t wait!
Mirror Selfie before we went out for dinner!
Too in love with this dress! Will definitely wear it again!!!!! (and take better outfit photos!)
10.11.13: Chinatown Friday
One of A’s request is to go to Ongpin, Manila’s Chinatown (he is a fake Asian like that). Every Friday aside from going to Quiapo church, my Dad sees to it that we eat delicious food. And yes, I do not like going out on Fridays because I think what my family does is so much better than being in a loud crowded place full of drunk kids. Anyway, we always eat in a chinese restaurant before going to church,but since I’ve been cooking a lot at home lately, we skip the restaurant part — just like today.
Ying Ying is one of our favorite chinese restaurants in Ongpin. We’ve been to a lot but this one’s on our top 3!
Dim Sum ; Bok Choy ; Cold Cuts
Steamed Shrimp ; Spareribs ; Peking Duck 2 ways
Some of the delicious food that we had. I was not able to take photos of everything cause jejekid and A were too excited to eat!