August 18, 2006.
Another hungry group invaded not LEBANON but CEBU.
The mission is to eat PANGA!!!!
Gutoooom!!! RPA ra ang hinungdan.
March 18, 2006. That was the date. At 5pm the gang was already poised for the evening’s adbentyur. On a side note though, it was a case of multiple coincidences since we somehow planned to dine the “Sutukil” way, and generally oblivious to the fact that the date we set was just 2 days after March 16, which….
almost half a century ago (four hundred and eighty-five years to be exact), Magellan, the Portuguese explorer who was the first to circumnavigate our globe, and his fleet reached the virgin shores of Samar
… and he, according to popular history, died at the hands of the great warrior-chieftain Lapu-Lapu. And we, some hundred-hundred generations of that historical flashback, will have the adbentyur near Mactan shrine! Yes, that place where you see the large statue of Mr. Chief himself in all his glory–muscled body, loincloth, and that big, bad kampilan (a sort of a falchion or heavy scimitar) that might have cleaved Magellan and some of his friends. See the connection? See? See? Okay it’s not really like something that’s going to tickle some historical fascination, but it was a worth the thought.
Enough of history and multiple coincidences. It’s about pictures and pictures and pictures. So let’s tell it this way…
This month’s early birds.
Bag-o nga banda… all girl-band kuno ni…
Naglibog pa si Noy Kulas. Kumplitohon gyud kuno and Su-Tu-Kil!
Mao gyud ning nawnga sa seafood sano…
Naghinam-hinam na si sano, tan-awa ang nawng o…
Spot the differences between this picture…
…and this picture.
I luuuv shrimp!
Kang kinsa manang kamot?
Si Lany ang kinadaghanang nakaon nga shrimp.
Si Macelle ang kinadaghanang nakaon nga isda.
Busug na kaayo’g mga dagway ay…
Nanan-aw ni sila ug bino. Nakatawa lang si manang ay. Suka man kuno na.
Lisud gyud ni’ng bungoton ta sano, daghan gyung mosikit…
Kontestants sa Miss Lapu-Lapu 2006.
Ang makadaog makadawat niining ganti nga daku kaayo nga tropi.
Nagposing ang kontestants uban sa bungoton nila nga isponsor.
Haay naapil na gyud intawn ko.
Syaro di matagbaw ang makadaog. Labihan man kadaku sa tropi.
Si Lany ang nakadaog! Pero di kuno siya sa tropi. Si Lapu-Lapu kuno iya.
Mao sad diay kay solid man diay kaayu ni si Lapu-Lapu.
Oki last na ni nga posing ha…
Next Month: Basin adtu ta sa dagat. Kay April unya summer na. Kung mag uwan, dili madayun kay mahadlok si sano mabasa ‘nya kuno ta.
Pahibalo: Kinsa kadtung nakakita niining tawhana palihug lang ug sibya diri sa blag kay wala intawn ni kakuyog. Ani-a ang hulagway nga nakuha niadtu ni-aging tuig 2004. Daghang salamat.
The Attack at Abay’s happened at the 12th hour on the 18th of February. Perfect time for the group to indulge in what has got to be a recipe to get those blood pressures soaring. No problem, we’re up for it!
Sano says: “Maynalang hay’labi mag adik-adik!”
Let’s get on with the snapshots:
Noy Kulas with the ravenous eyes and appetized smile.
Mao ni gitawag ug: Pagtagbaw sano!
Congrats to Torax for being the early bird.
Ang duha ka sano naka-table ug chiks! Tag 50pesos kuno.
Relax-relax dayun. Capuccino kuno, ingon sano.
Two happy guys sharing coffee and talking about Brokeback Mountain… ???
Our special guest:
Next month, Sano’s food trip will target a Floating Boat! You’ve read it quite right, it will be a Floating Boat! Though some would argue that picturing a boat would mean it’s likely to float, so the attribute would be redundant. Somehow, word has it that this Floating Boat houses (or should I say ‘boatses’?) a vast selection of seafood treats. It’s up to Sano Julius to find out! Stay tuned folks.
Inig sweldo sa Pebrero ang mga sano mangita ug tambal sa hi-blood pinaagi sa pag harbat ug matambokon ug makagumkumon nga litson-kawali: