08 July 2008
I am ever grateful to you, young man.
Here's one guy you keep wishing you'll bump into.
Take your pick: ube, mungo, baboy? 5 pesos lang.
When he hands you the hopia wrapped in a small strip of brown paper, it's still smoking, and it smells irresistible. The crust is flakey and hot, while the inside is velvety sweet mung bean paste. Melts in your mouth. Not too heavy. Don't walk away too fast. You'll regret not having a second piece.
Hot hopia in molds, don't they look like samurai balls?
Kinunot-style shark. It tastes like crab, apparently. As previously mentioned, mangroves serve as a mediator between two envir...
Table cover made with politico propaganda tarpaulin. The rubber stamp maker is a fixture in Manila streets. They are the unsung heroes o...
This barber, who cuts hair inside a carwash, was from Samar and use...
Kakanin is our general word for the various sweet rice snacks found all over the archipelago (it comes from the word kanin , meaning rice)....
I took the MRT to GMA/Kamuning and walked to Kamias Avenue for a meeting. Along the way, I saw a guy on the sidewalk peddling what seemed to...