Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Yes! its so yummy and i am sooo glad that scramble is back! when i was a kid, i really enjoyed buying this sweet street food after classes or just for snack, i know not so healthy but this scramble is a must snack for us then :)
to those who doesn't know, scramble is pink in color (which i think made it more yummylicious to kids eyes hehehe). scramble is sweetened shaved ice served in a paper or plastic cup, a scoop of powdered milk and a drizzle of chocolate syrup, and eaten with a wooden popsicle stick.
and yes they are back in the streets of manila, well technically not a street food anymore because found this being sold at the mall, specifically at robinson's place malate... and i guess i'm not the only one who missed scramble because this little stall has always a long line but definitely worth having a taste of scramble again :)
before you can buy it at 3pesos or 5 pesos, this one called manila scramble is being sold at Php 7(small), Php 10 (medium) and Php 17 (large) and you can have additional toppings for 4 pesos. i had mine without extra toppings - just plain old school scramble taste and yes they taste like the way it used to be :)
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Monday, September 13, 2010
boracay is synonymous with fun and relaxation, here you can have your fun under the sun and have a massage by the beach as well :)
Sunday, September 12, 2010
children will always be kids, and even this kid at heart cant resist playing in the sand... specially boracay white powdery sand :)
Saturday, September 11, 2010
Friday, September 03, 2010
Willy's rock is probably the most photographed rock in boracay, you would see this rock in almost all photos of those who visited boracay's white beach, simply put Willy's rock is Boracay’s most recognizable attraction. Willy's Rock stands out like a dark dot on the immaculately white shoreline, becoming an island at high tide. A shrine dedicated to the Virgin Mary stands atop the rock.