Saturday, June 23, 2012

PHILPOST TOUR UNO

First, salamat kay Axl sa imbitasyon para makasali sa tour na ito. Very persistent sya na sumama ako with matching email confirmation para talagang selyado at may ebidensya ika nga. Kaya naman, past 12:00 pm pa lang eh nasa Liwasang Bonifacio na ko. Di ko alam na yong mga nakakasalubong ko sa Liwasan eh mga kasali pala sa tour at take note, mga photographers at bloggers... spell the word "Big Time". I'm not worthy... (pahiram ng linya Theo hehe)

Since first time ko sumama sa ganito, I don't know what to expect... kaya go with the flow na lang... nahihiya pa kong ilabas si camerang walang pangalan... pero di nagtagal ok na, dami ko nga photos eh, nahihiya pa ko ng lagay na yan. (For your info, mahiyain po talaga ako at tahimik hehehe) Dito lang ako madaldal sa blog ko... minsan nga hindi pa rin eh... pansin nyo tamad ko magsulat (lol)

This is a two part posting... like I said medyo marami akong photos, kaya hahatiin ko sa dalawa. Unahin natin mga kasali sa tour... I manage to take a snap shots on some of the people of the events... di ko man sila matandaan pangalan, at least I have their photos naman.

Kaya mga Ka- PhilPost... here we go...



These umbrellas will gonna be useful towards the end of the tour... waaah wala akong payong...

Axl's group... asikaso, pero late sya dumating, yon lang lol

The tour members after the group picture... getting ready!

Our Guide... Kuya Rence Chan

Shootttt!

Old Photos... remembering the past, our history...

All up... few are listening...

Show me... where???

I wonder what's with the stairs...

Silip...

PhilPost Hall... where bidding and lecture's going to happen at the same time...

Getting ready for the bidding... Collections of Old stuff... define Old? Very Old...

Checking out the items for bidding...

Last look at the items before the bidding starts...

Center Stage...

Bidders? Maybe..

The P.O. Boxes...

Jeffrey de Roxas, Axl, & Jasmine Cruz

The Family...

A snap shot during the lecture...

Bored? Sleepy?

Hello? Bibilhin ko na ba tong mga stamp?

The Collector's son... Not for Sale

Bilhin mo na kasi yan lahat...

Sold to number 16!

Tingala Effect...

Welga sa MET... di kami pinapasok lol

The other side of the street...

Enjoying Escolta street view...

Thinking where to go next...

In action...

Anyare???

Yan... ganyan!

Inside Calvo Building...30 pesos to go up at the second level

Unti-unti ng nababawasan mga kasama sa tour... parang dahong nalalagas

What's with the poster??

And the best part ends here...

What's your order? Rice! More Rice!!!!

Pancit Canton... with Rice (hello carbo)

Pancit canton upclose

Nido Soup... Di ako nakatiis, nag research ako why Nido soup tawag dito.

Ang masarap na Asado!

Ang Fried Rice Bow!

 End of part one...

Ginutom tuloy ako... Saka na ang conlcusion sa last part....

CIAO!!!!

34 comments:

  1. nainvite din ako dito...pero di ako nakapunta.sayang.

    anyway...sino ka sa mga pic na yan?:)

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    1. Sayang Jay... ang saya pa naman... wala ako dyan sa mga pics hehe

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  2. bakit daw nido soup ang tawag? hehe

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    1. Here is why it's called Nido... post from www.angsarap.net

      Nido Soup is the Filipino version of the Chinese Bird’s Nest Soup. The name came from a place in El Nido, Palawan (An island in the South West part of the Philippines) where these nests are harvested. This dish is a really expensive delicacy not just in the Philippine cuisine but as well as the Chinese cuisine as the nests came from cave swifts as it known for producing saliva nests which attributes to the unique gelatinous texture of this soup. Another attribute that makes this ingredient expensive is that these cup shaped nests can only be found in really high cave walls which makes it extremely difficult to harvest. These limestone caves look similar to the island in the movie “The Beach”, and there geographical formations can only be found in few regions like in Southeast Asia. To get an idea of how much this dish would cost, a typical restaurant in Hong Kong a serving of this delicacy would cost at least US$30 and a kilo of it would cost somewhere around US$2,000.

      As many Chinese believed like most of their delicacies this dish have some health benefits like better digestion, better immune system and it acts as an aphrodisiac as well. The nest itself has high concentration of calcium, potassium, iron and magnesium. This dish may not appeal you especially if you think its main ingredient came from a bird’s saliva but it is indeed healthy and taste really good.

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    2. Thanks for the info Wiki-Mario LOL.
      ano ba topic? post office? stamps? pansit? or Nido soup? LOL

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  3. linya ko tlga ginamit ah hahahahaha,

    Nido Soup is gawa sa laway ng isang bird.... Nido rin ata tawag dun, hehe
    bsta hindi xa egg whites lang..but some other restaus, dinadamihan ang egg whites para maging extender ng nido...., now you now!

    :))

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    1. Hindi Nido tawag don hehe... read my research posted above...

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  4. ang landi ni cuenkie sumagot. anyway..sobrang dami ata nung canton kaya halos malaglag na dun sa lalagyan. masarap ba?saucy kasi eh. di ko alam magiging reaction ko wahahaha

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    1. Masarapppp! Try natin minsan, pa treat tayo kay CJ Cuenca hahaha

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  5. so malamang gutom na gutom na kayo dahil pinicturan muna ang mga food bago kainin. i know! hehehehe

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  6. hahahahaha..... ang kulit ng mga caption.... yung sa akin wala pa.. waiting pa haha..
    im so happie nag enjoy ka sa tour..

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    1. tagal naman... gusto mo ipost ko na? May copy ako ng mga pics mo hahaha

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  7. talaga naman nag-research! pero agree ako kay TR, may mga restos na ginagamitan ng extender ang nido soup, di talaga purong nido soup gamit nila. pero nakakagutom mga foods ha, san restaurant yan?

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    1. Sun Wah Resto sa may Ongpin, punta na! hehe

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  8. Kelangan pa talaga ng lifeline para bumili ng stamps? Lol. Bakit di mo kasi pinityuran yung stairs ng magkaalaman? Baka may mumu/momo waahh anong spell? Mamaw nalang. Wala bang mas malaking pinggan yung resto at umaapaw yung sabaw nung pancit canton? Kakagutoms tuloy. hehe puro puna tuloy ang inabot dito pano kasi yun lang nag aappear sa old PC ko haist.

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  9. hayaan mo na ms gracie, makakabili ka din ng bagong pc hehe

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