Pink Guitars for Girls

While going around the place the other day, we passed by a shop full of guitars.  I usually go into the guitar shop to check on their sale items, but this time, we just passed by it.  By the window, I saw a black guitar perfect for a girl.  But then I was thinking that a pink one for the daughter would be a nice pick especially from Musicians friend. So i tried browsing more online and also checked which shops sell a pink guitar such as this –

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It’s a cutie! right? OH well, I hope to really find one before flying back home. I think it’s kind of a perfect gift.

Dog Postcards

I asked someone at work in the Philippines to send me some postcards. I gave her the liberty to send me any postcard she can see on my file. And this is one of them. dogs!


It is so timing because the first two homes I went to since I arrived here in Los Angeles, California is – they have pets! And guess what’s their pet? Of course, a dog! The home in Irvine city have Fiffy and the one in White Memorial, they have Precious. I wonder if they gonna needed packing materials if they decide to bring these pets home back to the Philippines. Oh well, they have pet carriers so I think that packing tape will not be needed anymore.

Seafoods & Music

As said in the previous post, we had seafoods for dinner.  I do not everything that comes from the sea, meaning, i only eat fish. But sometimes, especially when the dish is new to me, I do try to taste.  I am not so fun of it because of my allergic reactions to sea foods.  While enjoying dinner, a band of middle-aged men sang nice love songs — mostly of the past.  But they are songs that my companions are familiar with since they are songs loved by their parents.  I do not mean that I am as old as their parents. lol!  I admire the nice blending of the three guys.  The mic pre they were using were good that the sound outcome is not irritating to the ears.  If ever I will have the chance to visit Dumaguete again, I will surely dine in Hayahay during one of the evenings.

Hayahay | Lab-as

That is the name of the restaurant were we dined at during our dinner in Dumaguete last Monday evening.  Before settling on the said place, my friends tried to browse online which place people recommend to dine or what food that a visitor must taste while being there.   But then, a college classmate of Alex is in town, so she recommended this place.

It’s a seafood restaurant located beside the sea. So here’s what we ordered:

dinner enroute

a. Dumaguete Espesyal
b. Boullobaise (in coconut milk)
c. Calamares
d. Tinola (Maya Maya)

Since we do not know how soupy each recipe is except of course for the Tinola, so we ended up having lots of soup to fill our tummies. I think I had more than a 3 soup bowls of the Tinolang maya maya.

What we ordered was served at a reasonable time.  The music (live band) was nice, reminds me of good times in the past. lol!  Actually, it reminds of me Bacolod, which is just a 5-hours bus ride away.

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